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Live Feed of Sunday’s Venus-Jupiter Conjunction


Slooh Space Camera will broadcast a free, real-time feed of the Venus and Jupiter conjunction Sunday, 3/11 starting at 02:30 UT / 7:30 PM PDT / 10:30 EDT. Slooh will provide multiple observatory feeds, including from Arizona and the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa. The broadcast can be accessed at Slooh’s homepage or by visiting Slooh’s G+ page, where you will be able to see the panel interact live via G+ Hangouts On Air.

Media websites can embed Slooh’s live syndicated image feed directly into their own coverage of the event by visiting Slooh’s media page.

In addition to the conjunction, Slooh will provide live views of several planets, including Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars using Slooh’s patented imaging technology. In addition, we will take an up close look at our nearest neighbor, the Moon.

If skies are clear, individuals can view the conjunction by looking toward the west, the first three hours after sunset.

Slooh’s own Patrick Paolucci will join Astronomy Magazine columnist Bob Berman along with other guests and Slooh members to discuss the event live and in true color.

Full Story: http://www.slooh.com/pr/slooh-live-feed-conjunction-march-2012.php

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Live Feeds of Mars Opposition from 2 Observatories

February 29, 2012 Leave a comment

Slooh Space Camera will broadcast a free, real-time feed of the Mars Opposition on Saturday 3/3 starting at 04:00 UT / 8:00 PM PST / 11:00 PM EST. Slooh will provide multiple observatory feeds, including from Arizona and the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa. The broadcast can be accessed at Slooh’s homepage or by visiting Slooh’s G+ page, where you will be able to see the panel interact live via G+ Hangouts On Air.

Media websites can embed Slooh’s live syndicated image feed directly into their own coverage of the event by visiting Slooh’s media page.

Slooh Space Camera will broadcast a free, real-time feed of the Mars Opposition on Saturday 3/3 starting at 04:00 UT / 8:00 PM PST / 11:00 PM EST. Slooh will provide multiple observatory feeds, including from Arizona and the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa.

Slooh’s own Patrick Paolucci will join Astronomy Magazine columnist Bob Berman along with other guests and Slooh members to discuss the event live and in true color.

Full Story: http://www.slooh.com/pr/slooh-live-feed-mars-opposition-march-2012.php

Space Camera to Broadcast Moon-Planet Conjunctions

February 22, 2012 Leave a comment

Slooh Space Camera will broadcast a free, real-time feed of the Venus/Moon and Jupiter/Moon conjunction Saturday 2/25 and Sunday, 2/26 starting at 02:30 UT / 6:30 PM PST / 9:30 EST. Slooh will provide multiple observatory feeds, including from Arizona and the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa. The broadcast can be accessed at Slooh’s homepage or by visiting Slooh’s G+ page, where you will be able to see the panel interact live via G+ Hangouts On Air.

Conjunctions are amazing phenomena to behold as viewers will be able to see both the Moon and planet Venus or Jupiter nearby in the same field of view. Individuals can also attempt to view the conjunction using binoculars pointed at the Moon.

Slooh’s own Patrick Paolucci will join Astronomy Magazine columnist Bob Berman along with other guests and Slooh members to discuss the event live and in true color.

Full Story: http://www.slooh.com/pr/slooh-live-feed-conjunction-february-2012.php

Live Broadcast of Total Lunar Eclipse, Dec. 10

December 6, 2011 Leave a comment

In an ongoing mission to share a live view of the universe, Slooh, the online Space Camera, will broadcast a free, real-time feed of the December 10th total lunar eclipse from Australia, Asia, and Hawaii starting at 5:00 AM PST / 8:00 AM EST / 13:00 UTC. This total eclipse of the Moon, which will be the last one until 2014, will only be visible in its entirety from Australia, Asia, and the extreme north western portion of North America. Viewers in Europe and Africa will miss the early phases of the eclipse and it will not be visible at all from South America.

Stargazers all over the world are invited to simultaneously watch the total lunar eclipse unfold in what is expected to be a spectacular celestial event. The lunar eclipse will be broadcast in its entirety over a three-hour period, with the total segment of the eclipse of the Moon to occur starting at 6:06 AM PST / 9:06 AM EST. The live feed can be accessed at Slooh’shomepage on the web or by downloading the Android App at the Marketplace store.

Full Story: http://www.slooh.com/pr/slooh-live-feed-total-lunar-eclipse-december-2011.php