The Swinburne Centre for Astrophysics & Supercomputering, in conjunction with Geoff Dudley of Swinburne Learning & Teaching Support, had hoped to provide a live webcast of the eclipse, but unfortunately this will not be possible. Instead we recommend the CSIRO webcast live from Ceduna. Geoff is currently at Ceduna with a digital recorder & camera (and scope holder rings generously provided by the Binocular & Telescope Service Centre) and we will publish his recording a few days after the eclipse, so stay turned!

Viewing information from the Astronomical Society of South Australia

Viewing information using the Rainbow Symphony glasses

Eclipse facts: The Dec. 4, 2002 total solar eclipse will start off the west coast of Africa (Angola) and end in the South West corner of Queensland.

Local time: Wednesday, 24-Jul-2024 21:03:50 EDT