The longest solar eclipse of the Century is set to take place on July 22nd, 2009 and is estimated to last nearly 6 and 1/2 minutes long. The eclipse is set to occur about 2:35 UTC time, but unfortunately for our American visitors, it will only be viewable for those who live in South-East Asia and the Pacific. The next partial solar eclipse will occur in January 2010, and the next total solar eclipse is estimated for July 2010. It is also estimated that the next partial eclipse visible from North America will happen in 2011 (one year before the end of the world!).

See the live streaming web feed below along with video.

Above is a very cool video of what the eclipse will look like. I will add some other video as soon as they are available.

You will also be able to view a live stream of the eclipse live below.

Live video by Ustream