**I am an astronomer turned science writer, currently interning at Sky & Telescope. Among other things, I have written for Penn State's media relations office, the Association for Women in Science (AWIS) magazine, and weekly blog posts at http://starsandspice.tumblr.com. I have also volunteered for numerous outreach programs, including regular planetarium shows at Penn State for 2nd-8th graders. (Questions from the 2nd graders were the best!)
- Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter will broadcast video of the transit livestarting at 2pm MST (one hour before the transit starts).
- Astronomers Without Borders will broadcast a live webcast, hosted by president Mike Simmons.
- The Exploratorium will show a live feed of the transit, with commentary every 30 minutes.
- NASA TV will host a NASA Edge program covering the transit livefrom Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
- The SLOOH Space Camera will broadcast the transit of Venus livefrom locations around the world, starting at 6p.m. (EDT).
- Researchers from University of Barcelona's Department of Astronomy and Meteorology will broadcast the transit live
from the Arctic Svalbard archipelago, the northernmost part of Norway.
- The Kwasan Observatory will air the transit live from Japan.
- The Appalachian State University will stream a live feed from one of its 11-inch Celestron telescopes.
- The Bareket Observatory will broadcast the latter part of the transit live from Israel.
- The Sky Watchers Association of North Bengal (SWAN) brings you a live feed of the hydrogen-alpha sun.
- The Planet Hunters (part of the Zooniverse citizen science project) will be broadcasting a live feed from their website.
- Columbus State University's Coca-Cola Space Science Center will be broadcasting the transit in many different wavelengths using hydrogen-alpha, calcium-K-line, and white-light solar filters.
If you or someone you know is hosting a live feed online, let us know and we'll post it here!
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