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“209P/Linear: the firework comet?”: online event (22 May 2014)

> See comet 209P/Linear LIVE, click here! <

Comet 209P/Linear: 17 May 2014

Comet 209P/Linear: 17 May 2014

> See comet 209P/Linear LIVE, click here! <

Next 24 May 2014, between 06:00 and 08:00 UT, there are chances to enjoy a memorable, exceptional meteor shower. The parent object feeding this possible event is comet 209P/Linear, a small dirty snowball now well known to the world because of this very desirable gift.

Just before this possible meteor shower (and we planned a live coverage to show it to the world), we will have a live observing session of this fascinating comet, thanks to the main robotic unit part of the Virtual Telescope. The Live event is scheduled for 22 May 2014 at 20:00 UT

> See comet 209P/Linear LIVE, click here! <

 

Join us on May 22, starting at 20:00 UT Universal Time! You just need to access our online webTV, click here!

 

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2 Responses to ““209P/Linear: the firework comet?”: online event (22 May 2014)”

  • Sandy Bump says:

    Looking forward to it.

  • Sandy Bump says:

    Dr. Masi, Sorry for the clouds on May 22… instead I watched the podcast of April 21 “Stars for All”… very beautiful. Thank you for making these events available for the public. I am praying for clear skies on May 24th! From Sandy Bump in Wisconsin, USA.

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