The total solar eclipse of the Sun on Wednesday, July 22, 2009, will be the longest total solar eclipse in the 21st century, with the disappearance of the Sun when totally covered by moon can last up to a maximum of 6 minutes and 39 seconds, with most area averaging 6 minutes of solar eclipse. The next solar eclipse that can surpass this record duration will not come until June 13, 2132.
National Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Multi-site from Wuhan to Shanghai Federated Live Broadcast of Solar Eclipse on July 22, International Year of Astronomy 2009): International Year of Astronomy 2009
University of North Dakota SEMS (from Wuhan Bioengineering Institute, Wuhan, China): http://sems1.cs.und.edu/~sems/index_Video.php
Live! Eclipse 2009 (Japan): LIVE! ECLIPSE 2009
AtlasPost (Simplified Chinese): http://www.atlaspost.com/2009tse
Exploratorium: TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE: Stories From the Path of Totality
UStream (from Guwahati): USTREAM, You're On. Free LIVE VIDEO Streaming, Online Broadcasts. Create webcasts, video chat, stream videos on the Internet. Live streaming videos, TV shows
Grupa Saros (Wuhan, China): Grupo SAROS Expediciones CientÃ*ficas - SAROS GROUP SCIENTIC EXPEDITIONS - SAROS.ORG
Depending on the broadcasting location, the online viewing time may vary, which generally falls between 8:10 PM to 11:05 PM (EDT) or 5:10 PM to 8:05 PM (PDT) on July 21, 2009 for broadcast originated from China, earlier in India or later in Japan.