Are you ready to observe the Moon with us?NASA
Join NASA this Saturday, Oct. 1, for International Observe the Moon Night, an annual, world-wide public event that unites people across the globe in a celebration of lunar observation, science, and exploration. International Observe the Moon Night occurs annually in September or October when the Moon is around first quarter.
You can take part in celestial observations, connect with fellow lunar enthusiasts, and honor cultural and personal connections to the Moon from wherever you are! Here’s how:
• Register your participation to add yourself to the map of lunar observers worldwide.
• Share your artwork by uploading your lunar photography, Moon-themed art, and event photos to our collaborative Flickr gallery.
• Connect with lunar enthusiasts around the world and share your Moon viewing experience on social media, tagging #ObserveTheMoon.
Plus, you can learn about the latest lunar science and hear from observers around the world in this year’s International Observe the Moon Night broadcast. Tune in at 7 p.m. EDT (23:00 UTC) on Oct. 1 and see views of the Moon from telescopes around the world.