Watch a recording of timanddate.com’s LIVE show of the annular solar eclipse on October 14, 2023. Annularity, where the Sun forms a ‘ring of fire’ around the Moon, was visible along a narrow path crossing the US from Oregon to Texas. It then passed over Mexico’s Yucatán peninsula, plus parts of Central America, Colombia, and Brazil. Elsewhere in the Americas—from Alaska to Argentina—a partial eclipse was visible. Eclipse highlights: 00:22:40 Welcome 00:36:36 Who can see it 01:00:31 Start of partial USA 01:20:24 Interview: Ángela Pérez 01:51:35 Speed of Moon's shadow 02:08:53 Moving eclipse map 02:24:08 Annularity in New Mexico and Texas 03:18:02 Interview: Jim Todd 03:50:46 Interview: Ricardo Ogando 04:14:39 Annularity approaches in Colombia 04:34:17 After annularity in Colombia 04:49:46 Interview: Tony Guidroz 05:16:37 Annularity approaches in Brazil 05:33:49 Annularity in Brazil 05:48:07 Interview: Michelle Mora 05:59:48 Upcoming eclipses 🤍🤍timeanddate.com/eclipse/solar/2023-october-14 has animations, maps, times, and much more for this eclipse. You can also watch the recording on 🤍🤍timeanddate.com/live/eclipse-solar-2023-october-14 and read our live blog with time-stamped progress reports and background information about the eclipse. Keep an eye on 🤍🤍timeanddate.com/live/ for an up-to-date streaming schedule for future events.
Amazing! TYVM for posting!
watched a lot of it, From my house, and this video!
SSdJ9jELHOU&t=3h50m15s 3:50:15 what was that in the bottom? the internation space station? can't believe i noticed that for this very long stream
Amazing job, great coordination and impressive information.
Saying just "great job" falls short. . . thanks a million
And not one camera tracking the Moon during this phase, WHY...? because this whole event is NOT what you perceive it to be, the sun is a portal and during this phase its shedding a filter for its next phase of life, but humanity has been deceived into believing all sorts of garbage, keeping you dumbed down and controlled with the Heliocentric Jesuit Globe garbage
Missed it though.... location 😌
The LIVE Stream was awesome! I got to see my first solar eclipse in Albuquerque, New Mexico where I saw the "ring of fire" and it was a life changing event for me.
Can you imagine seeing this during the 16th century? THE GODS ARE ANGRY!😮
I hope you get your 100K subscribers play button ▶️ soon! 💛😻👍
Большое спасибо, что сделали это видео! Мы с внуком вчера смотрели в прямом эфире, благодарю вас!!! Привет из России!
AWESOME! THANK YOU! 🤩
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Thank you for sharing this with us in western Australia. The music was awsome too. I've watched alot now of your eclipse your the most informative and down to 'earth' channel. Keep it coming. ❤️🥰
BLACK HOLE SUN WONT YOU COOMMMEEEE
Neiva, Colombia stream was the highlight! Loved it even with the technical difficulties. It can be a quite a challenge to video these eclipses.
Great job guys!! I loved watching your stream from Florida! Very informative. Thank you Graham, Anne and team! I plan to travel to Texas to see the eclipse next year!