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SpaceTT: Live feed feed of the Moon and Jupiter tonight via Melton Memorial Observatory

Check out a live video feed of the Moon and Jupiter tonight between 8pm and 10pm US Eastern

| Science, Space & Robotics News | Posted: Feb 18, 2013 7:30 pm

While the awesome animated GIF images I posted earlier are fresh in your mind, I would like to bring something else I consider awesome to everyone's attention. My friends at the Melton Memorial Observatory of the University of South Carolina will be hosting a live video feed of their public observing session tonight.

 

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If you tune in to their USTREAM page tonight between 8pm and 10pm US EST, you will be able to see live images of the moon as well as the planet Jupiter as seen from one of the telescopes on campus. They generally hold a live streaming session every Monday with the activities beginning shortly after dark.

 

Check out their USTREAM here.

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