Join us this Saturday, August 29, 2015 for a live online view of the first of this year’s three “super moons”, the largest apparent full Moons of the year.During this live show, we’ll discuss:

  • What makes a super moon, and what (if anything) is super about it
  • Where the name “super moon” comes from
  • The difference between a super moon and a “mega moon”
  • How much bigger does the moon actually look compared to this year’s “mini moon” on March 5

Slooh observatory guru Paul Cox will be on the show, and you’ll get a live look at the super moon through one of our robotic telescopes. Mark your calendars, and join us on August 29th for this supermoon show.

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