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La semaine prochaine, une éclipse solaire totale en direct de l’Australie avec Panasonic pour le monde entier !

Au matin du 14 novembre 2012, le nord de l’Australie sera témoin d’une éclipse solaire totale. Panasonic, grâce à ses panneaux solaires et ses batteries Li-on pour le stockage, diffusera en direct ce phénomène astrologique spectaculaire via USTREAM.

Filmer le soleil en se servant de lui. Rejoignez-nous pour assister à cet incroyable spectacle astronomique ! Profitez du compte à rebours jusqu’au commencement de la diffusion sur nos pages Facebook et Twitter.
Page Facebook officielle :http://www.facebook.com/PanasonicEclipseLive
http://facebook.com/PanasonicEclipseLiveBySolarPower
Twitter :http://twitter.com/EclipsebySolar

Diffusion depuis deux bases
La principale caméra sera sur la côte de Port Douglas, et la caméra secondaire sera située sur Fitzroy Island pour filmer l’éclipse totale. Les caméras et les systèmes de diffusion seront branchés sur un système électrique alimenté par les panneaux solaires, les batteries assurant le stockage. Les vidéos pourront être visionnées sur les pages suivantes.

Double écran des caméras principales et secondaires *Uniquement disponible sur PC.
https://www.facebook.com/PanasonicEclipseLiveBySolarPower/app_435671416492320
La chaîne principale sur Ustream
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/panasonic-eclipse-live-by-solar-power-1
La chaîne secondaire sur Ustream
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/panasonic-eclipse-live-by-solar-power-2

Système utilisé

Production d’électricité   Panneau solaire HIT(R) VBHN235SE10×9
Stockage électrique Stock d’énergie portable CB-LS01H×30
Capture vidéo Caméra LUMIX GH2×6 Full HD
Autres Toughbook (Note PC), Equatorial Telescope, etc.

Heures des diffusions internationales en direct

Lancement du direct (tentative)   13/11/2012 18 : 30 : 00 (UT)   14/11/2012 4 : 30 : 00 (Cairns)
Début de l’éclipse partielle 13/11/2012 19 : 44 : 54 (UT) 14/11/2012 5 : 44 : 54 (Cairns)
Début de l’éclipse totale 13/11/2012 20 : 38 : 45 (UT) 14/11/2012 6 : 38 : 45 (Cairns)
État intermédiaire de l’éclipse (durée totale 1 mn et 40 sec) 13/11/2012 20 : 39 : 36 (UT) 14/11/2012 6 : 39 : 36 (Cairns)
Fin de l’éclipse totale 13/11/2012 20 : 40 : 26 (UT) 14/11/2012 6 : 40 : 26 (Cairns)
Fin de l’éclipse partielle 13/11/2012 21 : 40 : 14 (UT) 14/11/2012 7 : 40 : 14 (Cairns)
Fin du direct (tentative) 13/11/2012 22 : 00 : 00 (UT) 14/11/2012 8 : 00 : 00 (Cairns)
 

Liens associés :
À propos de ce projet
http://www.facebook.com/PanasonicEclipseLiveBySolarPower/app_495466917130140
Page du dossier de presse (Documents pour Media, Blogger, etc)
http://news.panasonic.net/presskits/eclipselive_by_solarpower2
Vidéo du rapport du précédent projet
http://ch.panasonic.net/contents/10226/

Qu’est qu’une éclipse solaire totale ?
Une éclipse totale du soleil se produit lorsque la lune se place entre le soleil et la Terre, rendant ainsi la totalité du soleil invisible. L’éclipse totale étant un phénomène dans lequel le soleil n’est pas visible, ce que nous pouvons en réalité observer ne sont autres que les gaz chauds de la couronne solaire, ce que nous appelons l’« anneau de feu » et la « proéminence solaire ». Le faisceau d’observation d’une éclipse solaire totale est très étroit, c’est pourquoi il est considéré comme rare d’avoir la chance d’en être témoin une fois dans sa vie.

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