NASA TV Live
The Atlantis Shuttle is landing Wednesday Feb 20. Live coverage of the landing of space shuttle Atlantis to end the STS-122 mission will begin at 7:30 a.m. EST from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.
They have a landing blog in real time! NASA Landing Blog
Universe Today Eclipse Info
For viewer on Eastern Standard Time the eclipse will enter the partial phase on February 20 at 08:43 pm; for Central Standard Time, 07:43 pm; for Mountain Standard Time, 06:43 pm; and Pacific Standard Time at 05:43 pm – before sunset. For viewers in Europe and Africa, the action begins at the beginning of a new day – on February 21 at 01:43 am GMT. (Sorry, to the good folks down under and in the Far East… no eclipse will be visible.) Totality will begin at 10:01 pm EAST, 09:01 pm CST, 08:01 pm, MST, 07:01 pm PST, and 03:01 am GMT and end precisely 50 minutes later. Then, you have 1 hour and 18 minutes left as the Moon slowly slides out of the Earth’s shadow once again.
Four Internet backbone cables have been disrupted since January 30th. Three of them appear to have been cut; the fourth is currently suffering from a power disruption. All are in the Middle East. Is it a coincidence? Read on for the timeline, the facts, and my analysis.
NOLA.com: Cams Central
Mardi Gras Real Time action. Parades will be going on until Tuesday. Check webpage for times.