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Press Release


**For more information for the press**

LIVE! UNIVERSE Public Relations Department
ISHIKAWA, Keiko
press AT live-universe.org

Sep 2, 2005
LIVE! UNIVERSE will webcast the annular eclipse from Madrid onOctober 3rd.

Nov 24, 2003 Flash Report
LIVE! UNIVERSE webcasted the total solar eclipse from the Antarctica
Successful live webcast and technology experiments - but the weather was cloudy. Video images from the airplane will be distributed in VOD

Nov 20, 2003
LIVE! UNIVERSE presents the first webcast of the total solar eclipse from the Antarctic with the Huge's music
- From 21:40 on Nov. 23 (UT), with the web contents and the live program linked -

Oct 24, 2003
LIVE! UNIVERSE challenges the first webcast of the total solar eclipse from the Antarctic
-- The official site opens on November 3 The main contents is the travel journal of the observation party --

Aug 22, 2003
LIVE! UNIVERSE starts the webcast project of the total solar eclipse from the Antarctic
-- Man's first observation from the Antarctic in travel journal style --

May 31, 2003
LIVE! UNIVERSE webcasted a red annular solar eclipse of midnight sun
-- Rare images of the sun early in the morning from the high latitudes --

May 22, 2003
LIVE! UNIVERSE webcasts the annular solar eclipse of the midnight sun
The shadow moves from East to West
-- From 12:00 to 14:00 on May 31, From Iceland and Finland--

* Amendment of the press release on April 25.
April 28, 2003
== Small Experimental Project LIVE! MERCURY 2003==
LIVE! UNIVERSE webcasts the transit of Mercury in real time
The transit in May is the first time in 33 years
-- From 2:00 p.m. to the sunset on May 7--

* Please refer to the press release on April 28 as there was a mistake.
April 25, 2003
== Small Experimental Project LIVE! MERCURY 2003==
LIVE! UNIVERSE webcasts the transit of Mercury in real time
The transit in May is the first time in 33 years
-- From 2:00 p.m. to the sunset on May 7--

December 4, 2002
Successful webcast from Africa and Australia continents
--Also provided live images to TV stations through DV over IP--

November 27, 2002
LIVE! UNIVERSE conducts the largest scale webcast of the total solar eclipse via video transmission networks on December 4th
--Corporation with many providers. Also appears on the street TV screen

November 18, 2002
-- Total solar eclipse on December 4 --
-- LIVE! UNIVERSE webcasts the total solar eclipse from Africa and Australia
-- Primary schools in Machida City and Mitaka City will conduct distance learning
LIVE! ECLIPSE 2002 project web page will open on November 20

June 11, 2002, 5:00 p.m.
<Flash Report> Rare image of the solar eclipse -- Red ring between the clouds in Mexico
-- Active usage of the webcast in classes and observation sessions --

June 11, 2002, 11:00 a.m.
<Flash Report> Successful webcast of the annular eclipse from Tinian
-- Through clouds in Japan, Korea and Mexico --

June 4, 2002
First webcast of "Annular Eclipse Sunset"
-- Live webcast from 6:00 a.m. and rebroadcast from 12:00 p.m. on June 11 --

May 21, 2002
Webcast of the annular eclipse centering in MeSci (National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation)
-- Morning on June 11, from the Mariana Islands, Korea, Japan and Mexico --

May 14, 2002
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