5 June 2020 penumbral lunar eclipse: online observation
Next 5 June 2020, the Moon will offer us another penumbral eclipse. While not so spectacular, it will be a nice natural show to see. At Virtual Telescope we will share it live, online, while the Moon will shine above the skyline of Rome.
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Once again, the Virtual Telescope is ready to share with you live, online, the beauty of this celestial event. Our live feed will show the eclipsed Moon above the skyline of Rome, the Eternal City. Joining our live feed is absolutely free of charges.
The online, free session to see the penumbral lunar eclipse is scheduled for 5 June 2020, starting at 19:00 UT.Click Here if you do not want to wait.
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