Live Moon Viewing with the GT Observatory!

Presented by Georgia Tech Observatory, STEM@GTRI

Join the GT Observatory and STEM@GTRI for a virtual event that shares a live viewing of the moon using the Aloha telescope! Tune in and you will have the opportunity to control a telescope hundreds of miles away to get a closer look at the features of the moon, and learn all about our closest neighbor from GT Observatory Director Dr. Jim Sowell. In addition to studying the moon's features, we'll explore other questions about our moon, such as: - What is the moon made of? - Why can we only see one side of the moon? - What is a lunar eclipse? - Why does the moon have different phases

Date and Time

Thursday, March 16th, 2023
10:00 am – 10:30 am


Virtual Event


Middle School, Elem. School


Price: Free with advance registration

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Earth & Space Science