NASA has promised to stream the August solar Eclipse

NASA has promised to stream the August solar Eclipse

The whole stream will cost 4 thousand dollars


The us space Agency NASA in collaboration with the online video platform Stream will show live total solar Eclipse, which should happen in August 2017.

This is reported by the world media, citing Mashable.

This solar Eclipse will be the first that will be broadcast with the help of special platforms that are running to great heights. Thus, every viewer will be able to enjoy a solar Eclipse, not depending on weather conditions.

According to Director of marketing Stream will Jamieson, viewers will have great picture provided 57 teams in dozens of cities. They will run a special the cylinders with the necessary equipment for broadcast.

He added that their company has cooperated with many sports leagues, large conferences, media companies, but this is their first contract with NASA.

In Stream assume that the entire stream will cost 4 thousand dollars. This amount is due to the fact that the company has all the necessary to start broadcasting and they do not need to involve a third party company.

Recall that NASA showed clay valley on Mars

Answer 1 for “NASA has promised to stream the August solar Eclipse”

  1. As the date of the August 21 eclipse draws near, keep this important safety information in mind: You MUST use special eclipse safety glasses to view a partial eclipse and the partial phases of a total eclipse. To do otherwise is risking permanent eye damage and even blindness. The ONLY time it’s safe to look at a TOTAL eclipse without proper eye protection is during the very brief period of totality when the Sun is 100 percent blocked by the Moon. If you’re in a location where the eclipse won’t be total, there is NEVER a time when it’s safe to look with unprotected eyes. NEVER attempt to view an eclipse with an optical device (camera, binoculars, telescope) that doesn’t have a specially designed solar filter that fits snugly on the front end (the Sun side) of the device. Additionally, never attempt to view an eclipse with an optical device while wearing eclipse glasses; the focused light will destroy the glasses and enter and damage your eyes.

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