Google doodle stream Total Lunar Eclipse

Google doodle stream Total Lunar Eclipse 2011. Today, the Earth will pass between sun and the moon, casting a ruddy orange glow across the shiny, meteorite-battered lunar surface. The 100-minute-long celestial event will be spotted best from India, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia, but you don’t have to be there to see it: Google and the Slooh Space Camera have teamed up to provide this live webcast.
Google will stream the astronomical event live today from 2 to 6 p.m. Eastern time through a variety of channels: the Google App engine, a YouTube channel, the Sky layer in google Earth and a new Android app. The search engine giant teamed with the Slooh Space Camera to allow users to witness the spectacle in real time. The picture, says Google, updates every two minutes. You'll have to refresh the page on your browser (press F5 if you have a Windows computer; Command-R on an Apple) to see the new images. They'll change slowly over the five hours the eclipse lasts. If the eclipse is well along by the time you tune in, try the slider that's part of the Google Doodle. You'll find you can play the images back and forth as a time-lapse movie, watching Earth's shadow move across the moon's face