The Feb. 2020 Supermoon: online observation – 8 Feb. 2020
On the night between 8 and 9 Feb. 2020, we will have a Supermoon, the first of four in a row for this brand new year. Of course, the Virtual Telescope will show this Feb. 2020 Supermoon live, while it will rise above the legendary monuments of Rome.
Looking at the full Moon rising is a stunning experience, always. When it is at its closest to the Earth than usual (learn what the “Supermoon” is), it is even more fascinating. And what if you admire all this from Rome, while our satellite climbs the heaven above the legendary skyline of Rome?
The Virtual Telescope Project will bring to you the show of this Supermoon while it shines through the monuments of the Eternal City.
Join our free, live webcast: you just need a computer/tablet/smartphone and a internet connection. We will admire our satellite rising above the breathtaking skyline of Rome, the Eternal City. It will be an unforgettable experience. Enjoy the largest SuperMoon of the year with us!
The online, free session is scheduled for 8 Feb., starting at 16:00 UT.
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