The longest lunar eclipse in 100 years was just over last night. Have you seen it? Well, if you have missed it, you can watch it in Google Doodle or you have YouTube where it is recorded from various parts of the world by individuals.
Check out the Google homepage which will give you instant access to the Google Doodle. The picture, says Google, updated every two minutes. Google suggested trying the slider at the bottom of the 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. If you don’t see the doodle before Google returns to its regular logo, past ones are archived here.
you can watch one video from YouTube, as seen from Mauritius.