When the entire world witnessed the 100 minutes' show in the sky - the longest and darkest lunar eclipse on Wednesday, Jun 15, Google delineated the live Chandragrahan on its home page by posting a new Doodle.
The technology giant provided a chance to all those who missed to watch the moments between 12:12 am to 2:25 am on Wednesday. Google gave a live feed of the lunar eclipse from images from robotic telescope service Slooh.
Google posted a comment on its Twitter account, "Starting now, see the latest state of the lunar eclipse on our homepage - thanks @slooh for the imagery."
Google has already marked a niche by never missing a chance to feature Doodles (logo) on its search engine homepage globally and locally. The interactive and beautifully designed Google Doodles remind us about special days and life of great artists and scientists.
This time too, a click on the Doodle will take the viewer to a world which will provide a wide knowledge on lunar eclipse and how the world media covered the rarest moment.