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Astronomers with Slooh’s online observatory will be streaming live views of “Super Pink Moon” in a free webcast today (April 7) at. 7:30 p.m. EDT (2330 GMT), and you can see it live in the window above, courtesy of Slooh.
“Super Pink Moon” it will be the biggest “supermoon”
During the webcast, Slooh astronomer Paul Cox and his guests will discuss the science of the supermoon while viewing live views from Slooh’s telescopes at the Institute of Astrophysics in the Canary Islands and Chile.
Slooh’s next assignment is to live stream the second, and largest, in a trilogy Supermoons – Super Pink Moon on Tuesday, April 7 at 7:30 pm EDT.
Our team of experts and teachers, including renowned astronomer and journalist Bob Berman, hosted by Chief Astronomical Officer Paul Cox, will discuss Supermoon.
They will also introduce Slooh’s new educational issues, where students collect images of phenomena in space, research-related information, analyze their data and draw conclusions in a series of self-directed learning activities that culminate in the creation of their own personal infographic with their images.
Viewers can capture their own images of the supermoon from Slooh’s live telescope located at the Institute of Astrophysics in the Canary Islands and in Chile!
Schedule of events for Tuesday, April 7, 2020:
Live Stream Commences: 19:30 EDT ¦ 23: 30UTC
Livestream ends: 20:30 EDT ¦ 00: 30UTC
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