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In 2021, let the Moon come to your home! Join the Lunar marathon on from July 17 at 10 UT to July 18 at 10 UT, a 24h live show with lunar experts and connected telescopes from around the world.

 

Every hour, a new view of the Moon. Thanks to the connected Unistellar telescope and world experts, new observations and stories on our beloved satellite.

To participate, connect on the On the Moon Again Youtube channel

Preliminary Program

 

July 17th

 

  • 10h-11hUT

Conference - Presentation of the Moon observation with Unistellar telescopes, Yann Besnard, Unistellar

Conference and discussion - Ocean & coastal tides - Rob Bell, Managing Director, Bell Adapt Ltd, Hamilton, New Zealand

 

  • 11h-12hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Japan

Conference and discussion - A Review of Chang'E Missions - Jun Huang, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, China

 

  • 12h-13hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Japan

Conference and discussion - How old is the surface of the Moon ? - Anthony Lagain, Curtin University (Perth), Space Science and Technology Centre, Australia

 

  • 13h-14hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Melbourne, Australia

Conference and discussion - Getting Up Close and Personal with the Moon: The Chandrayaan Story - Deepak Dhingra, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India

 

  • 14h-15hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Melbourne, Australia

Conference and discussion - The Emirates Lunar Mission: Rashid Rover  - Sara AlMaeeni, Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), Emirates

 

  • 15h-16hUT

Musical improvisation - Piano, Kim Bernard, France

Conference and discussion - Japanese Challenge to the Moon and the Scientific Implications - Taichi Kawamura, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, France

 

  • 16h-17hUT

Musical improvisation - Piano, Kim Bernard, France

Conference and discussion - Major outcomes of the Soviet Luna missions, Jean Pierre Bibring, Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale (IAS), Orsay, France

 

  • 17h-18hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in La Réunion Island

Musical improvisation - Piano, Kim Bernard, France

 

  • 18h-19hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in La Réunion Island

Conference and discussion - Stabilization of the Earth's obliquity by the Moon - Jacques Laskar, Observatoire de Paris, France

 

  • 19h-20hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in La Réunion Island

Conference and discussion - The regolith of the Moon and other rocky small bodies - Marco Delbo, Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur, Nice, France

 

  • 20h-21hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in France

Conference and discussion - ESA Moon exploration programme - Didier Schmitt, European Space Agency

 

  • 21h-22hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in France

Conference and discussion - Exploration of the Moon from antiquities to Apollo - Mark Wieczorek, Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur, Nice, France

 

  • 22h-23hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Portugal

Conference and discussion - Supporting commercial missions to the Moon - Matthew Cosby, Goonhilly Earth Station Ltd, UK

  • 23h-0hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Portugal

Conference and discussion - Impact cratering - from a Lunar perspective - Uwe Reimold, Institute of Geosciences, University of Brasilía, Brazil

 

July 18th

 

  • 0h-1hUT

Movie See the European Service Modules taking humankind forward to the Moon

Conference and discussion - The Apollo Missions To The Moon - Bob Craddock, Smithsonian Institution, Center for Earth and Planetary Studies, USA

 

  • 1h-2hUT

Movie 300 Feet to the Moon

Conference and discussion - Finding Water on the Moon - Casey Honiball, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

 

  • 2h-3hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Illinois, USA

Conference and discussion - From Apollo to Artemis: Lunar Science from Human Exploration - Noah Petro, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Planetary Geology, Geophysics, and Geochemistry Lab, USA

  • 3h-4hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Illinois, USA

Conference and discussion - Moon Tree Foundation and Apollo 14/Stuart Roosa/"moon" trees - Francesco Gonzales, Moon Tree Foundation, USA

 

  • 4h-5hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Illinois, USA

Conference and discussion - Lunar Meteorites: Stones from the Moon found on Earth - Brad Jolliff, Washington University in St. Louis, USA

 

  • 5h-6hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in California, USA

Conference and discussion - Fossil figure of the Moon - Isamu Matsuyama, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona, USA

 

  • 6h-7hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in California, USA

Conference and discussion - Ice Caves on the Moon? - Pascal Lee, SETI Institute & NASA Ames Research Center, USA

 

  • 7h-8hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Hawaii, USA

Conference and discussion - Exploring the lunar landing sites with your telescope - Philippe Henarejos, Ciel et Espace, France

 

  • 8h-9hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Hawaii, USA

Conference and discussion -  Observing Impacts on the Moon - Chrysa Avdellidou, Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur, Nice, France

 

  • 9h-10hUT

Live observation with a Unistellar Telescope in Hawaii, USA

Conference and discussion - Lunar culture in Africa, Maram kaire, ASPA, Senegal

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