31 Jan. 2018 Super Blue Moon Total Eclipse and “SuperBlueMoon 2018” – live events, online!

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"Super Blue Moon Total Eclipse" and "Super BlueMoon 2018": poster of the events

“Super Blue Moon Total Eclipse” and “Super BlueMoon 2018”: poster of the events

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Next 31 Jan. 2018, the Moon will offer an amazing total eclipse, well visible from Australia and western USA. As in the past, the Virtual Telescope Project will partner with some great astro-imagers there to bring to you the stunning beauty of such a unique event. Yes, it will be somewhat unique: the 31 Jan, 2018 Full Moon will be a Supermoon and will be a Blue Moon, too!

So far, the Super Blue Moon Total Eclipse team is as below:

  • astrophotographer: Dean Hooper (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia);
  • astrophotographer: John Stevenson (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia);
  • astrophotographer: Chris Stockdale (Latrobe Valley Astronomical Society, “Hazelwood Observatory”, near Morwell, Victoria, Australia)
  • coordinator and live comment: astrophysicist Gianluca Masi (The Virtual Telescope Project, Italy).

The online, free lunar total eclipse session is scheduled for 31 Jan. 2018, staring at 11:30 UT.

But this not enough! Later the same day, we will show the Supermoon rising above Rome, something which made us very popular worldwide. We will show the SuperBlueMoon rising above the legendary monuments of Rome on 31 Jan. 2018, starting at 16:00 UT

To join the “Super Blue Moon Total Eclipse” and “SuperBlueMoon 2018” events, you just need to enter, at the date and times above, our webTV page here!

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