International Observe the Moon Night


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On the evening of October 8th, 2016 from 7-9PM (weather permitting) come take part in the FREE International Observe the Moon Night (IOTMN) event on the roof (9th floor) of UCLA’s Mathematical Sciences Building. Speak with experts on the Moon, observe the Moon first-hand with our telescopes, check out Lunar dust recovered from an Apollo Mission, and learn more about the Moon!

For additional directions and parking instructions, click here. Follow signs from the Court of Sciences.


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Exact address: 520 Portola Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095 (the 9th floor/rooftop). If you arrive at the Planetarium located on the 8th floor, take the stairs adjacent to the entrance to get to the 9th floor.

In the event of bad weather, potential cancellation of the event will be announced on this page.

For more general information about IOTMN, click here.

Presented by UCLA‘s Institute for Planets & Exoplanets (iPLEX) and the Department of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences.

Our official event page on the International Observe the Moon Night web site is located here as well as the Facebook Event posting located here.

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