You must must check out the google doodle on the home page right now. showing progress of the lunar eclipse too cool. Google makes the Google Doodle of the century’s longest and total lunar eclipse which is visible all over the world. The Google home page (google.com) is using it as its Google Doodle, showing the eclipse almost in real time, from cameras in South Africa, Dubai and the Canary Islands.
YouTube will be broadcasting on the Web a red-glowing lunar eclipse today at 11:20 a.m. The total lunar eclipse YouTube live stream will start at 11:20am PDT today. Tonight’s lunar eclipse will be visible to observers in Africa, southern Asia, and Australia.
It plays automatically when you load Google.com, but you can also drag the progress bar either way to see it minutely. according to the Google, this picture updates every two minutes—for the latest view, we’d have to refress the page of our browser to watch the latest and new images. Also, a star named 51 Ophiuchi will be occulted during the eclipse.