If you’re not in New Zealand, you may not be able to witness the eclipse as it happens in the New Zealand sky.
You may have to look up from your home, but there’s no easy way to do that.
The event is in Wellington and is set to happen from February 18 to 21.
If you can’t make it, the event is free to watch on YouTube, but you can only watch it once per day.
The event will also be streamed on the YouTube channel of the New Zealander who’s taking part in the event.
You can watch the event in the following ways:On YouTube, you can subscribe to the Newzealand channel to get the event automatically streamed.
It’s currently a free service, so you may be able pay a small fee to watch the live stream on your computer or mobile device.
Alternatively, you’ll need to use the Newnzode event site, where you can sign up for an account.
There’s no charge for subscribing to the site.
There are a few things to keep in mind if you’re planning to watch a live stream from a computer or phone.
Firstly, the stream will be in English.
This means that if you want to watch it in English, you’re going to need to know a little bit about the language.
There are plenty of online resources that will help you learn how to pronounce certain words.
The best place to start is the New York Times Dictionary of New Zealand.
It’ll tell you what the words mean.
If you’re using a smartphone, you should know how to use Google Translate to help you translate the event’s text.
If that doesn’t help, you might want to start with a text that tells you how many seconds it takes to watch, and how many times you need to watch to see the event live.
Then you can add your own text, like, “Watching this will take 10 seconds.”
If you don’t have that text handy, you could ask someone else who does, and they can add it.
In addition, you need a way to watch your video.
You should use a video-sharing app, like YouTube, which will stream the event on its own servers.
Then, you simply add your video to the YouTube page, and it will be available to watch.
There’s one last thing to keep an eye out for: If you watch a stream on a phone or tablet, the video will start to slow down, and you may need to turn it off.
The most important thing is that you get the stream to start properly.
You want the video to start up and finish, so if you do that, the rest of the video is still available to you.
The video is currently being recorded on YouTube for NZ First.
Watch it in full below.