Thousands of registered events and hundreds of thousands of observers, from over 120 countries and all seven continents, made International Observe the Moon Night 2022 a success.
Everyone on Earth is invited to learn about lunar science and exploration, take part in celestial observations, and honor cultural and personal connections to the Moon.
Browse images submitted by observers around the world, and contribute your own, in this year's #ObserveTheMoon community gallery.
Thank you for observing with us.
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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.