Starting at 11:20am PDT today, part of the world will be treated to a rare 100-minute long total lunar eclipse. This is a rare occasion, Google with Slooh Space Camera let you experience the spectacle wherever you are in the world, in real time.
You can watch the live stream on the Google YouTube Channel (video embedded below) or from the Sky layer in Google Earth (download this kml), while exploring the fascinating world that exists in our galaxy. Finally, those of you on the go can download the Slooh Space Camera Android app to view the images right on your phone.
11:37 PDT: Starting now, if you visit the Google homepage you'll see a special interactive doodle, which will update throughout the day to show the latest state of the moon. Lunar imagery provided by Slooh.
You can watch the interactive doodle live using the video embedded under this post.
[Source:Lat Long blog]