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Mega Harvest Moon Broadcast

Mega Harvest Moon Broadcast – Courtesy Slooh.com

EXPERIENCE A RARE LUNAR ECLIPSE WITH SLOOH The Mega Harvest Moon Eclipse is Coming September 27th

It’s time to break out the blankets, grab your friends and family, and pack a festive picnic, because Slooh is inviting everyone to join us for the Mega Harvest Moon Eclipse on September 27th.

The Mega Harvest Moon Eclipse will take place on Sunday, September 27th, at 05:00 PM PDT/08:00 PM EDT/00:00UTC (International Times: http://bit.ly/1KxwTYH). Slooh is going all out for the eclipse, bringing in our feed partners from around the world to provide views of the moon from a number of countries and continents. Our hosts will report live from the U.S. and the United Kingdom, including a live report from the world famous Stonehenge. We’ll even have ongoing weather updates from Scott Sutherland of The Weather Network throughout the show, and in the week leading up to the eclipse, so viewers know exactly where they’ll be able to see the eclipse for themselves.

Slooh is especially excited for this rare event, and is calling on our viewers to share this special occasion with their friends and family by throwing a Lunatic Party! Get your loved ones together, pack a thematic picnic (moon pies, anyone?), and bring Slooh along for the ride, whether on your laptop, cell phone, or other mobile device. We’ll have all the information viewers need to enjoy this brilliant nighttime show, from what causes lunar eclipses, to the different ways people have understood the Moon throughout history, and even how some believe the Moon affects humans in bizarre ways to this day.

 Viewers can use the hashtag #SloohEclipse to ask questions, send pictures, and report their own observations during both shows.

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Blood Moon – Total Lunar Eclipse September 2015

Blood Moon – Total Lunar Eclipse, September 2015

Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse

September Lunar Eclipse (Illustration) Credit: Meteorwatch

This September, the Earth will be hit by massive asteroids, fried by solar flares, experience tsunamis, and lots of other horrid end of the world things from the Bible.  All caused by a total lunar eclipse or “Blood Moon” for those who like drama and prophesies and stuff! #omgweareallgoingtodie

To be serious though, the world isn’t going to end and there is more chance of winning the lottery. So please read on to find out more about this fabulous Lunar Eclipse/ Blood Moon which occurs late September, without all the end of the world nonsense. (more…)

September Night Sky Guide

September Night Sky

Tonight’s Sky: September 2015

Your guide to constellations, deep-sky objects, planets and events, Tonight’s Sky, Highlights of the September Sky (more…)

Penumbral Lunar Eclipse Live October 18th

Penumbral Lunar Eclipse Live October 18th

On Friday October 18, the Full Moon will venture into Earth’s outer or penumbral shadow, producing an eclipse.  Slooh, the Community Observatory, will track the Moon with its Canary Islands Half-Meter telescope, showing real-time as well as time-lapse views of the eclipse, accompanied by live narration from Slooh’s Paul Cox, and astronomer Bob Berman. (more…)

Shine on Harvest Moon

Shine on Harvest Moon

 

Wednesday, September 18, 2013 – 7 PM PDT / 10 PM EDT / 02:00 UTC (9/19)

Join the Slooh Team to celebrate and discuss what we call a Harvest Moon, which is the Full Moon nearest the autumnal equinox.  We’ll be watching wonderful real-time images direct from Slooh’s Canary Islands observatory and through our partner facility in Prescott, Arizona. Paul Cox, Bob Berman, and Matt Francis will join the broadcast

 

Supermoon LIVE HD Coverage

Supermoon LIVE HD Coverage

Slooh Space Camera to Broadcast Live Feed of the

Full Perigee “Supermoon” in HD

 

THE SKY WILL KICK OFF SUMMER WITH 2013’s BIGGEST FULL MOON.

On June 23rd, 2013, the full Moon will be at its closest point to Earth of the entire year, known to astronomers as a perigee-syzygy Moon, and will appear about 12% larger in diameter than when it’s at the other side of its orbit, as it was on June 9th.  Slooh Space Camera will cover the supermoon phenomenon on Sunday, June 23rd,  live on Slooh.com, free to the public,  starting at 6 PM PDT / 9 PM PM EDT / 01 UTC (6/24) – International times here: http://goo.gl/DXoo7 – viewers can watch live on their PC/MAC/Mobile device or by downloading the free Slooh iPad app in the iTunes store and touching the broadcast icon. (more…)

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