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Looking for a live stream to include in your event, or to tune into from home? Watch this space, or subscribe to our newsletter, for information about virtual programs featuring presenters from NASA centers and International Observe the Moon Night supporters across the USA.


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    NASA TV Broadcast

    Tune in to NASA TV or nasa.gov/live on Saturday, October 1, 7:00 p.m. ET/23:00 UTC to catch up on NASA lunar exploration and science from the past year, discover what’s on the horizon, and explore the ways in which participants from around the world celebrate International Observe the Moon Night.

    » Stay tuned! Live October 1


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    NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

    Celebrate International Observe the Moon Night virtually with us on October 1 at 6 p.m. Central Time. Most have stories of observing the Moon, and the Moon has a story for us. Our observations help us to reveal each page of that story. Watch the premiere of this virtual INTUITIVE Planetarium event with us. This event is sponsored by NASA Marshall Space Flight Center’s Planetary Missions Program Office and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.

    » Stay tuned! Live October 1


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    Live Streams of the Moon

    Members of NASA’s Night Sky Network and International Observe the Moon Night supporters around the world will be sharing their live streams of the Moon on the evening of October 1st.

    » Stay tuned! Live October 1

    » Rome, Italy


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    Event Planning

    Join the International Observe the Moon Night team and experienced event hosts to learn about this global observing program, how you can get involved, and all of the resources available to event hosts this year.

    » Watch recording on YouTube


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    NASA TV Broadcast

    Tune in with lunar enthusiasts around the world to celebrate Earth’s neighbor in space! Our live hosts will guide you on a scientific and cultural expedition to the Moon. See greetings from people around the world, hear an ancient Incan story about the Moon, enjoy a close-up view of the lunar surface as seen through Slooh's telescopes in Chile and the Canary Islands, watch flyovers of lunar features highlighted on this year’s Moon Map, and learn about NASA’s VIPER mission and plans to send humans to the Moon's South Pole with the agency’s Artemis program.


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    Marshall Space Flight Center's Virtual Observation Party

    Online event featuring an International Observe the Moon Night planetarium show, presented by MSFC's Planetary Missions Program and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.

    » Watch recording on YouTube

    Image Credit: NASA/Charles Beason


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    Lunar Surface Tour

    Live telescopic view of the Moon from the Foothill College Observatory, presented by Foothill College, the Peninsula Astronomical Society, and NASA's Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute.

    » Watch recording on YouTube

    Image Credit: Foothill College Observatory


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    Telescope Live Stream

    Online viewing of the Moon over Rome, Italy, presented by the Virtual Telescope Institute.

    » Watch recording on YouTube

    Image Credit: Gianluca Masi


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    Global Moon Party

    Join the NASA Night Sky Network and friends for a virtual celebration. Are you preparing for an International Observe the Moon Night event? Interested in Moon poetry and storytelling? Curious about the latest in lunar science? Looking for virtual exploration options, or seeking citizen science opportunities? The Moon Party has something for you!

    » Watch recording on YouTube


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    Event Planning

    Hosted by the NASA Night Sky Network. Learn how to host the International Observe the Moon Night event. With tips, resources, lunar science highlights from the past year, and more.

    » Watch recording on YouTube

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