NASA TV Broadcast

Learn about the latest lunar science and hear from observers around the world in this year’s International Observe the Moon Night Broadcast. Tune in at 7 p.m. EDT / 23:00 UTC on October 1, 2022.

How do you #ObserveTheMoon? Let us know! Upload your lunar photography, Moon-themed art, and event photos to this year’s collaborative Flickr gallery.


Smiling girl drawing and coloring a picture of the Moon.

Hands-on ways to observe and celebrate the Moon.
Image credit: Flickr user Lovely


  • Lunar Photography Guide

    Capture the moment like a pro! Check out our Moon photography tips for cell phones, professional cameras, and more. 

  • Moon Observation Journal

    Spend the next month getting to know the Moon. 

  • Event Materials

    From press release text to science content and beyond, here’s everything you need to prepare for your International Observe the Moon Night event. 

"Join us" Image Credits
Clockwise from upper left: Todd Diemer/Unsplash, Amorpha Youth Group, Xialong Wong/Unsplash, NASA, Jim Hendrickson, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Amorpha Youth Group, Amorpha Youth Group.

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