“Comet P/2016 BA14 Panstarrs: a historic close encounter” – online event (21 & 22 March 2016)
Next 22 March 2016, comet P/2016 BA14 Panstarss will make a truly historic close encounter with our planet, reaching a minimum distance from us of about 3,6 millions of km. While this distance is absolutely safe, it will make P/2016 BA14 the third closest comet ever in history.
At Virtual Telescope we will show this comet live, online, so that everyone can have a look at this record event from the comfort of home.
Two online, free sessions are scheduled for 21 and 22 Mar. 2016, starting at 21:00 UT.Click Here if you do not want to wait.
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