Asteroid 2012 TC4 close approach: online, live event!
Next 12 Oct. 2012, at 05:17 UT, the asteroid 2012 TC4 will reach a minimum distance from the Earth of less than 100.000km, about 0.2 times the distance of the Moon.
It will be a very nice opportunity to see an asteroid brushing our planet.
Of course, there are no risks for our planet.
The Virtual Telescope Project is proud to offer a FREE, live event, online, covering the close approach: real-time images will be broadcasted through the Virtual Telescope’s WebTV, with the live commentary of the astrophysicist Gianluca Masi, PhD.
The online event will be in English.
www.astrowebtv.org on Oct. 11 at 19:30 Universal Time.The event is scheduled on
Save the date and enjoy this amazing cosmic show!
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