4 April 2015: Total Lunar Eclipse – live event, online!

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4 April 2015 Total Lunar Eclipse: poster

4 April 2015 Total Lunar Eclipse: poster

an official event for Global Astronomy Month (April 2015)

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Next 4 April 2015, the Moon will offer an amazing total eclipse, well visible from the Americas, Australia and Asia. The Virtual Telescope Project was asked by many people to plan something, also because April is Global Astronomy Month, so we will do it again: an international team will cover this marvelous event and we will share it live, wherever you are on this planet.

The esperienced “cosmic” team making the live event is composed so far by:

  • astrophotographer: Dean Hooper (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia);
  • astrophotographer: Matthew Wastell (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia);
  • astrophotographer: Duncan Waldron (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia);
  • astrophotographer: Chris Stockdale (Latrobe Valley Astronomical Society, “Hazelwood Observatory”, near Morwell, Victoria, Australia)
  • astrophotographer: Joaquin Fabrega Polleri (Asociacion Panameña de Aficionados a la Astronomia, Panama);
  • astrophotographer: Gary Varney (South Florida Amateur Astronomers Association, Florida);
  • astrophotographer:  Bill Longo (Toronto, Canada)
  • astrophotographer: Ron Delvaux (Delvaux Observatory, Arizona)
  • astrophotographer: John W. Johnson (Omaha Astronomical Society, Nebraska)
  • astrophotographer: Marcy Malavasi (Altair , Costa Rica)
  • coordinator and live comment: astrophysicist Gianluca Masi (The Virtual Telescope Project, Italy).

If you want be part of the team, please let us know.

Join us on April 4, starting at 10:00 Universal Time! You just need to access our online webTV, click here!

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