International Observe the Moon Night 2020: online observation – 26 Sept. 2020

Next 26 Sept. 2020, the International Observe the Moon Night will be back and, once again, the Virtual Telescope Project will offer you a unique opportunity to join the celebrations from the comfort of your home, enjoying the Moon above the stunning skyline of Rome.

International Observe the Moon Night 2020: online observation - 26 Sept. 2020

International Observe the Moon Night 2020: online observation – 26 Sept. 2020

The Virtual Telescope Project is an official Sopporter (formerly Key Partner) of Nasa’s International Observe the Moon Night!

Discovering the Moon and its immense value in human culture is always a thrilling adventure and the International Observe the Moon Night is a superb opportunity to do that. This is why we are particularly proud and excited to support this Nasa initiative.

To celebrate InOMN 2020, the Virtual Telescope Project will offer a live, online observing session to show you our wonderful satellite, with the bonus of the legendary skyline of Rome. This year, because of the Covid-19 pandemic issue, our online proposal will be particularly precious not to miss this celebration.

We will enjoy the Moon hanging above the celebrated monuments of the Eternal City, with the live commentary of astrophysicist Gianluca Masi, PhD, founder of the Virtual Telescope Project.The beauty of our natural satellite will shine above the marvelous panorama of the Eternal City, assuring a unique experience.

The online, free session is scheduled for 26 Sept. 2020, starting at 19:00 UT.

To join the International Observe the Moon Night, you just need to enter, at the date and time above, our webTV page here!

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