In light of the global health situation caused by the Covid-19, the 2020 On the Moon Again edition is cancelled. We hope to see many of you in 2021 for a new edition which should take place on the weekend of July 18, 2021.
In July 1969, 600 million people on all the continents followed the first step of a man on the Moon, together with their family or friends, around a radio, sometimes a TV. To celebrate the 50th anniversary, On the Moon Again brought together 1350 events in 77 countries in 2019. Every year from now on, , we want to feel this enthusiasm for the Moon again in a global, universal movement, transcending all borders.
How? Nothing could be easier. We want everyone, young and old, to discover the Moon through an astronomical telescope in a worldwide event. Surprise passers-by by offering them this unexpected sight.
You have astronomical equipment? Install it at the corner of a street, along the side of a river, on a village square... Join the event On the Moon Again on July 17 to 19 2021 and invite passers-by to observe the Moon and share the wonder.