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    Partial Solar Eclipse on September 13, 2015

    The second solar eclipse of the year will be visible on September 13, 2015. Join Slooh for coverage of this partial solar eclipse
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    See Mankind in Space Through Slooh

    Join us on September 15, 2015 for this special show to celebrate mankind’s endurance, and the continued exploration of the universe and our place in it.
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    Live Show: September Equinox 2015

    On September 23, 2015 join Slooh for a live show to celebrate the September equinox as the Sun crosses the celestial equator moving south, marking the beginning of autumn in the northern hemisphere and spring in the southern hemisphere.
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    “Supermoon” Eclipse September 28, 2015

    Mark your calendars to join Slooh for coverage of this total lunar eclipse on September 28.
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    Uranus at Opposition

    During our live show on October 12, Slooh astronomers will discuss what we know-- and don’t know-- about the planet Uranus.
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    The Orionid Meteor Shower 2015

    Slooh will present a live broadcast of this active and reliable meteor shower in conjunction with our multiple partner sites around the world.
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    Venus, Mars, and Jupiter: Three Planets in the Morning Sky

    Join Slooh as we celebrate the conjunction of these three bright planets on October 28, 2015.
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    Comet Catalina Approaches the Inner Solar System

    The last weeks of 2015 will bring a new comet to the northern skies, and it may be a comet bright enough to see with the naked eye.
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    The Geminid Meteor Shower 2015

    If you don’t want to stand in the cold and dark to see the Geminds, join Slooh on December 13, 2015 to learn more about meteors and see this major meteor shower through our partner observatory feeds.
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    December Solstice 2015

    During this online show, we celebrate together as the Sun reaches its most southerly point in the sky marking the beginning of winter in the northern hemisphere and summer in the southern hemisphere.