The Twelfth International Moon Night (InOMN) takes place on Saturday evening and a number of virtual and in-person events are held around the DMV.
Saturday night is the twelfth yearInternational Moon Observation at Night“(InOMN) and the metropolitan area celebrate 9 different events. International Observe Sponsors Night Moon lunar reconnaissance vehicle and the Solar System Exploration Division at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center with support from several partners.
Moon watchers and moon lovers all over the world will watch the moon to celebrate and sponsor moon tracking events.
As stated on the NASA InOMN website, the objectives of the International Moonlight Observation are:
- Bring people around the world together to celebrate moon sighting, science and exploration.
- Providing information, platforms and resources to:
- Raising awareness of NASA’s lunar science and exploration programs.
- Let people learn more about the moon, space science and exploration, and use the Earth’s moon as an accessible entry point.
- Make it easy to share stories, photos, artwork, and more moon-inspired ideas.
- Get inspired by constantly observing the moon, the sky, and the world around us.
AndIn this year’s DMV there There were 9 InOMN events. NASA Goddard organizes virtual events, while the Haas Public Observatory of the National Air and Space Museum and George Mason University present live InOMN events.
The virtual telescope project will be published online 13:30 EDT to make a comment and look at the moon from Rome.
Online too, 4:00 PM EST, Moon and Planetary Institute You will be running a live show About a “cold moon” that “highlights the mysterious craters of the moon’s south pole, which contain water ice and the key to future exploration of the moon and solar system.”
NASA TV 19:30-20:30 EDT Greetings from people from all over the world, the ancient Inca story of the moon, detailed view of the lunar surface from telescopes at Kluh, the Canary Islands and bridges on the moon are available in this general lunar map and information on the VIPER mission NASA and the Artemis program, which plans to send people to the south pole of the moon.
Go out and think of the moon…Humanity will survive this time. Raketa NASA Space Launch System (SLS) It’s ready for Mysia Artemis 1 who launches NASA New manned spaceship, Orion, away from the moon on a 3-week journey.
Enjoy the autumn night in the beautiful moonlight… By the way, the bright “star” in the upper right corner of the Moon is Jupiter with the ring of Saturn to the right of Jupiter.
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