Last Updated on September 30, 2022 by Solar System Ambassador Pam Roller
Here’s an update from our local Solar System Ambassador Pam Roller about International Observe the Moon Night on Oct. 1, 2022:
Last year about 500,000 people participated from 122 countries and from all seven continents. This annual worldwide event takes place when the Moon is close to first quarter, and it is a great phase for evening observing.
Tune in to NASA TV or nasa.gov/live on Saturday, October 1, 7:00 p.m. ET/23:00 UTC to catch up on NASA lunar exploration and science from the past year, discover what’s on the horizon, and explore the ways in which participants from around the world celebrate International Observe the Moon Night.» Stay tuned! Live October 1
Link for resources, activities, moon map, glossary, viewing and photography guides https://moon.nasa.gov/observe-the-moon-night/resources/moon-map/