Enjoy a Night of Live Online and Interactive Outer Space Wonders!!

Join the Unistellar network on the night of June 27th to June 28th for a unique outer space observation feast: A night of interactive live observations of galaxies, nebulae, and celestial objects from all over the World.

From the Southern Hemisphere, in Reunion Island, to Switzerland, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States, eVscope users will share all through the night what their telescope is observing live. Join us and come chat with them.

You can check the detailed program’s schedule here (please note these are UTC times, to convert to your time zone you can for example use this time zone converter website).

This event is happening on the night of the 27th thanks to the great people from “On the Moon Again”. Each year, this worldwide sidewalk astronomy event, initiated by French scientists, is asking thousands of volunteers to take their telescope in the street to share with bystanders their passion for astronomy.

Due to the global health situation, the 2020 edition of On the Moon Again was cancelled. We found it a pity that an event which aims to share astronomy with all was cancelled and offered them to organize live observations with the Unistellar network.

Thanks to the Unistellar community, we can offer multiple live observation sessions from various countries starting at 7pm UTC on the 27th to 7am UTC on the 28th!

Be prepared for a full night of outer space wonders!

Our Partners

Observers

Learn more about the users who will adventure in space with you.

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    Patrice Huet

    Patrice is the science director of Reunion Island’s volcano museum.

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    Bruno Payet

    Bruno shares his passion for astronomy with Makes Astro

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    Julien de Lambilly

    Julien is from Switzerland and the very first citizen scientist to have detected an exoplanet transit with an eVscope.

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    Maurice Declerck

    Maurice, from beautiful Ardeche, in France, is an active user of his eVscope.

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    Space Bus - Lester David

    Lester is a space engineer at the Observatoire de Paris and a volunteer from SpaceBus France, one of the most active astronomy outreach organization in France.

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    Carlos Vicente

    Carlos is one the most active eVscope user in Spain.

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    Graham Pullen

    Graham is the Head of Physics of a secondary school in Essex, England.

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    Alain Vezina

    Alain is president of the conseil d’administration de la société d’astronomie du Planétarium de Montréal, and one of the earlier users of the eVscope.

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    Alex Bratton

    Alex Bratton, from Illinois, is one of the American eVscope users who took part in Unistellar’s comet ATLAS worldwide observing campaign.

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    Jim Sweitzer

    Jim Sweitzer, from Chicago, is a renowned science communicator and a planetarium expert.

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    Victor Osaka

    Victor, from Los Angeles, is one the most active members of the Unistellar community.

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    Franck Marchis

    Franck Marchis, Senior Astronomer at the SETI Institute and Unistellar’s Chief Scientific Officer.

Live Observation Schedule

(Please note these are UTC times, please convert to your local time)

NNameCountryTime
1Patrice HuetReunion Island19h00-19h25 UTC
2Bruno PayetReunion Island19h00-19h25 UTC
3Julien de LambillySwitzerland21h00-21h25 UTC
4Maurice DeclerckFrance21h00-21h25 UTC
5Space BusFrance21h35-22h00 UTC
6Carlos VicenteSpain21h35-22h00 UTC
7Graham PullenUnited Kingdom22h10-23h10 UTC
9Alain VezinaCanada03h00-03h25 UTC
10Alex BrattonUnited States04h00-04h25 UTC
11Jim SweitzerUnited States04h35-05h00 UTC
12Victor OsakaUnited States06h00-06h25 UTC
13Franck MarchisUnited States05h47-06h15 UTC

Reunion Island, 19h UTC (in French)

Join Bruno, sharing from his passion for astronomy with Makes Astro, for a live observation session on Youtube.

Join Patrice, scientific director of Reunion Island’s volcano museum, for a live observation session on Youtube.

Switzerland, 21h UTC (in French)

Join Julien, the very first citizen scientist having detected an exoplanet transit with an eVscope, for a live observation session on Youtube.

France, 21h and 21h35 UTC (in French)

Join Maurice, an active user in Ardeche, for a live observation session on Youtube.

Join Lester, space engineer at the Observatoire de Paris and a volunteer from SpaceBus France, and Léo from Unistellar, for a live observation session on Youtube.

Spain, 21h35 UTC (in English)

Join Carlos, one of the most active eVscope users in Spain, for a live observation session on Youtube.

United Kingdom, 22h10 UTC (in English)

Join Graham, Head of Physics of a secondary school in England, for a live observation session on Youtube.

Canada, 03h00 UTC (in French)

Join Alain, président of the conseil d’administration de la société d’astronomie du Planétarium de Montréal, for a live observation session on Youtube.

United States, starting at 04h00 UTC (in English)

Join Alex, from Illinois, one of the American eVscope users who took part in Unistellar’s comet ATLAS worldwide observing campaign, for a live observation session on Youtube.

Join Jim, from Chicago, a renowned science communicator and a planetarium expert, for a live observation session on Youtube.

Join Victor, one the most active members of the Unistellar community in Los Angeles, for a live observation session on Youtube.

California, at 05h47 UTC, hosted by Franck Marchis (in French)

Join Franck Marchis, Senior Astronomer at the SETI Institute and Unistellar’s Chief Scientific Officer, for a live session in the French during the French online astronomy outreach festival “Du Big Bang aux Big Bands“.

Franck will show the wonders of outer space starting at 05h47 UTC on the “Le Sense of Wonder” YouTube channel.