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WATCH THE SOLAR ECLIPSE LIVE FROM ANTARCTICA WITH LINDBLAD EXPEDITIONS

 

Following the exhilarating success of the first live broadcast from a passenger vessel in Antarctica, Lindblad Expeditions is set for another live streaming feat this week – going live from one of their newest polar vessel's broadcast centers during the total solar eclipse on December 4, 2021.

During their stream, their recognized experts will educate viewers about the eclipse, what's happening in nature during the phenomenon, and how to safely view one in the future. In the event the conditions are clear enough to view the eclipse, their shipboard photographers will capture and share some of the world’s first professional images, straight from the Southern Ocean.

 

  • David Cothran, Lindblad naturalist, will serve as host and provide color commentary on where they are, why totality is only happening in Antarctica, how to safely view an eclipse…
  • Ralph Lee Hopkins, National Geographic photographer

 

Saturday morning, December 4, 2021, at approximately 1:30 am EST

WHERE:

Aboard National Geographic Resolution in Antarctica

HOW TO WATCH:

The stream will live on Lindblad Expeditions’ Facebook channel, as well as YouTube that will be embedded on Expeditions.com/Eclipse.

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