Moonwatch & Meteorwatch
As part of the International Year of Astronomy 2009, Autumn Moonwatch (and Meteorwatch) will take place from 24th October to the 1st November.
There will also be a Twitter Moonwatch on the evenings of the 26th & 27th October), where the idea is to communicate with people all over the UK while you observe the Moon. To take part in this, you will need to sign up to Twitter (for free) and the follow @astronomy2009uk.
During Twitter Moonwatch various people around the country will be live-tweeting images of the Moon, planets and other astronomical objects. At the same time astronomers from Newbury AS (and many others) will be online to answer any questions you might have about the images being tweeted, and about astronomy in general.
This Moonwatch will be a special one, as Faulkes Telescope Network of professional telescopes will also be taking part and taking images with their 2-metre telescope situated in New South Wales, Australia.
To find out more, visit www.astronomy2009.co.uk
Posted on 18 October, 2009, in Astronomy News, IYA2009-Beyond, Popular Science, Society News and tagged IYA2009-Beyond, meteor, meteorwatch, moon, moonwatch. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Moonwatch & Meteorwatch.