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May 15, 2021 is International Astronomy Day, a time when amateur and professional astronomers around the world bring the universe to the general public. To celebrate, we will be hosting virtual telescope views of the Moon and planets beginning at 7 pm. The program will be hosted by Planetarium Astronomer Scott Young and will include commentary and discussion with other astronomers and guests around the world.
If the sky is cloudy, a live feed from another telescope in Canada will be shown with local commentary.
Schedule of events:
7:00 pm: telescope views of the Moon during daylight
7:45 pm: programming break
9:00 pm: programming resumes
9:10 pm: sunset; begin to look for planets in telescope
10:30pm: programming ends
The program will be offered via Zoom webinar (registration required) and will be livestreamed to the Manitoba Museum’s Facebook and YouTube pages (see links below). A digital device and internet connection are required to participate.
Register for the Zoom event here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. One registration is good for one device
Or join us live at 7 or 9 pm on May 15 via Facebook or YouTube.