International Observe the Moon Night Resources

International Observe the Moon Night Resources

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  • Teen, Adult
International Observe the Moon Night is a wonderful chance to connect with fans of our moon from all around the world! This resource page contains links to many Moon-related Night Sky Network outreach activities, handouts, and related resources to help you make the most of your moonwatching events.

Watch NASA's special  livestream on International Observe the Moon Night, this Saturday, September 26, starting at 5:30 pm Eastern: https://moon.nasa.gov/observe-the-moon-night/participate/live-streams/

Check out our event prep webinar for this year's International Observe the Moon night here::  https://youtu.be/5YOiQ3N6ot4

Just in! Download the official #ObserveTheMoon map for this year's event. This is what the Moon will look like, with highlighted features, on September 26, 2020:
https://moon.nasa.gov/resources/406/2020-moon-map-for-international-observe-the-moon-night/

Find your local astronomy club and upcoming events here.

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Hear updates, share pictures and highlights from your event, and connect to fellow lunar enthusiasts around the world through @NASAMoon and #observethemoon on Twitter and the International Observe the Moon Night page on Facebook.

You can link to the page you're currently reading with this short link: bit.ly/nsnmoonnight

Last Updated Sept 3, 2020

 

Video

A New View of the Moon

We took a telescope around the streets of Los Angeles to give passersby an up-close look at a familiar object: a new view of the moon. A film by Wylie Overstreet and Alex Gorosh

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