IL canale NASA seguirà l'eclisse solare totale del 29 marzo!


#1

NASA and San Francisco’s Exploratorium will team up to provide
webcast, podcast and broadcast via NASA TV of the total solar eclipse
on March 29. The coverage is part of this year’s Sun-Earth Day theme,
“Eclipse: In a Different Light,” which shows how solar eclipses have
inspired people to observe and understand the sun-Earth-moon system.

Podcast:
Begins March 27 from Turkey. Some podcasts are available now. A link
to the Sun-Earth Day podcast is available at:


#2

Ecco il comunicato ufficiale NASA al proposito…

March 23, 2006

Erica Hupp
Headquarters, Washington
(202) 358-1237

Rob Gutro/Steve Cole
Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md.
(301) 286-4044/3026

MEDIA ADVISORY: M06-049

SOLAR ECLIPSE VIEWING AVAILABLE VIA NASA TV, PODCASTS, WEBCASTS

NASA and San Francisco’s Exploratorium will team up to provide
webcast, podcast and broadcast via NASA TV of the total solar eclipse
on March 29. The coverage is part of this year’s Sun-Earth Day theme,
“Eclipse: In a Different Light,” which shows how solar eclipses have
inspired people to observe and understand the sun-Earth-moon system.

Podcast:
Begins March 27 from Turkey. Some podcasts are available now. A link
to the Sun-Earth Day podcast is available at:

Webcast:
5 a.m. to 6:15 a.m. EST, Wednesday, March 29. The webcast will relay
the eclipse live from Side, Turkey. During the webcast, NASA will
contact scientists in Turkey and Libya observing the eclipse. The
webcast will be available at:

NASA TV:
NASA’s Public Service Channel (#101) and Education Channel (#102) will
carry the webcast. NASA’s Media Channel (#103) will carry a live feed
of the eclipse.

NASA TV’s Public, Education and Media channels are available on an
MPEG-2 digital C-band signal accessed via satellite AMC-6, at 72
degrees west longitude, transponder 17C, 4040 MHz, vertical
polarization. In Alaska and Hawaii, they’re on AMC-7 at 137 degrees
west longitude, transponder 18C, at 4060 MHz, horizontal
polarization. A Digital Video Broadcast compliant Integrated Receiver
Decoder is required for reception. For NASA TV digital downlink
information and access to the Public Channel, visit:

Telescope:
Telescope only feed: 4:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. EST, (Analog)
Galaxy-3C/04C (95’ W) U/L: 6005.000 MHz Horizontal; D/L: 3780.000 MHz
Vertical Allocated Bandwidth (MHz): 36.000. NASA’s Media Channel will
also carry a live telescope feed of the eclipse (#103). This feed is
courtesy of NASA and the Exploratorium.

For information about NASA and agency programs on the Web, visit:

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#3

Speriamo che le condizioni meteo ci permettano di vedere l’eclisse dal vivo. 8)


#4
Speriamo che le condizioni meteo ci permettano di vedere l'eclisse dal vivo. 8)

Da noi purtroppo non sarà totale… :frowning:

Comunque io preparo gli occhialini…


#5

Io purtroppo sarò al lavoro, ma credo che riuscirò a rubare una maschera da saldatore ai nostri meccanici…come feci un paio di anni fa per il passaggio di Venere sul disco solare… :grinning: