By Lance D. Davis, NASA
October 16, 2021
Everyone, all over, every year is welcomed to commemorate with fellow Moon lovers around our world for International Observe the Moon Night– an around the world public occasion motivating observation, gratitude, and understanding of the Moon and its connection to “>
Join NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center on October16,2021, for the Virtual Observation Party at 6:00 p.m. CDT by means of the Facebook occasion page.
This virtual occasion is brought to you by the Planetary Missions Program Office at Marshall and the U.S. Space & Rocket. Furthermore, it will consist of a planetarium program and interviews with planetary and resident researchers. There will likewise be an interview about the Artemis objectives. Do not miss out on out on this enjoyable, helpful program!
It’s a fun time to commemorate the Moon with individuals all over Earth as enjoyment grows about NASA going back to our closest celestial next-door neighbor with the Artemis objectives. Artemis will land the very first lady and very first individual of color on the Moon, utilizing ingenious innovations to check out locations of the lunar surface area that have actually never ever been found prior to.
Since 2010, the event has actually taken place every year in September or October when the Moon is around very first quarter– an excellent stage for exceptional seeing chances.
Whether it’s outdoors, in the house, online, or any place you might be, you are motivated to be a part of International Observe the Moon Night. Please keep in mind to follow your regional health and wellness standards.
Learn more and discover other occasions here. Take pleasure in the event!