I went to watch some of this with the intention of just watching "some of this" and got addicted to it. It was fabulous. Had to go to bed in the end on Friday night (around 1.30am) as I needed to get some kip in preparation for the ASWA
Public Viewing Night we were doing on Sat night (last night). Logged on again on Sat morn and got sucked in again. It was all I could do to drag myself away yesterday arvo to get up to Gooseberry Hill for the viewing night.
The video was available online at http://www.100hoursofastronomy.org/c...cast/webcast/6
but it looks like they've archived most of it. They are going to make a DVD of the highlights available at some point.
The webcast did have its technical difficulties though, they had so much traffic the email address crashed and they had to get a new one, plus they had to close the main 100 Hours site down while the 80 Telescopes event ran, and they tried to bring a mirror site up on the Saturday. It was very, very well watched!
The best fun was talking on the chat group while watching the live footage, you could talk to the astronomers right there in the observatories, and converse with hundreds of people from all over the world about astronomy (in about 12 different languages, too!), all in the one place.
Great event, really spectacular.