Tune in to see the Moon from sites around the world.
The Night Skies Network group of Mallincam users has broadcasters around the world bringing you live images of the Moon . The group web site lists all the channels. Those listed in red are currently broadcasting live. Click on one of the red channels to join in. Join the chat, interacting with others around the world, by providing a user name of your choice.
AstronomyLive, a new web site, will host at least two live broadcasts focusing on the Moon on April 15 and 16. Crater Hunt will take you on a journey across the lunar surface on a hunt for the most beautiful craters visible. During Apollo Hop the broadcaster will show you every Apollo landing site and describe the legendary missions. If you have a telescope ready to broacast online then connect to AstronomyLive and join in. Go to the AstronomyLive web site for more information.
More about Nights Skies Network
Night Skies Network is a live streaming web site that allows amateur astronomers from all around the world to broadcast live images of objects from space using their own telescopes and special video cameras. The broadcasters answer questions about the objects and equipment being used. All one has to do is sign up with Night Skies Network to watch and you can chat with them and others viewers as you observe the objects. It's all free.
Tips on joining the chat: Put your name and even your country in the chat box before asking a question so people will know who you are and where you live. The chat can get busy at times and the broadcaster may miss your question so if after a few minutes he has not answered your question just repeat the question. If your club is watching together you may want to ask questions as a group.
Remember, you may see broadcastes at any time of day or night where you are, and broadcasters come and go depending on conditions where they are, so check the site once in a while to see who's live.
List of Night Skies Network webcasters
More about AstronomyLive
AstronomyLive is a global network of amateur astronomers and an easy-to-use platform that enables live broadcasting. You will enjoy the website either when you’re just interested in watching that live event or when you want to broadcast. The purpose of this website is to maximize the chance of letting people witness astronomical events and to make it as accessible as possible for the broadcaster. It’s not only easy to broadcast but you will receive lots of visitors that share your interest in astronomy. Not only predicted events like solar eclipses, meteor showers and star occultations can be broadcast on AstronomyLive. Everyone with a small- or medium-sized telescope and web camera is invited to connect to AstronomyLive and point it on the Moon, Sun, satellite, nebula, star, sunset or planet… you name it! Observatories can use this website as a tool for outreach and there are special accounts available for this purpose.
Night Skies Network webcasters:The broadcasters below are part of the Night Skies Network. The group web site lists all of the group's channels. Those listed in red are currently broadcasting live.
The list below includes the channels that will be broadcasting a live image of the Moon during Lunar Week. Click on a channel on the NSN web site to join in. Join the chat with others around the world by providing a user name of your choice.
The channels are listed below in the order they will begin broadcasting each day as the Sun sets in their location. For example, if you are in North America and it is daytime where you are you might watch the broadcast from New Zealand, Pakistan or South Africa. Note that not every channel will be broadcasting every night, or all night. The time zone of each location is given below (UTC = GMT for this purpose). Get the current time at locations around the world.
John Whitby, Carterton, New Zealand (UTC + 12)Channel Name: johneez1Equipment: Celestron C14 telescope on a MI250 mount, Mallincam Hyper Plus color cameraUmair Asim, Lahore, Pakistan (UTC + 5)Channel name: Khwarzmi Science Society Equipment: Celestron SCT 14" telescope, Losmandy Titan Mount, Mallincam HyperPlus cameraMartin Lyons, Cape Town, South Africa (UTC + 2)Channel name: MLyonsEquipment: Meade 14 SCT LX200 telescope and Stellarview 80mm refractor, Samsung SCC-A2333 cameraCarl Wright, Florida, USA (UTC - 4)Channel Name :cwright22sstEquipment: 22" Star Structure Dobsonian telescope, Mallincam Hyper Plus color cameraChris Appleton, Ontario, Canada (UTC - 4)Channel Name: Astro GateEquipment: Celestron 9.25 SCT telescope , Losmandy G11 mount, Mallincam Xtreme cameraDon Lulejian, Pennsylvania, USA (UTC - 4)Channel Name: Heavens Declare Gods GloryEquipment: For Lunar / Saturn: Celestron C8 telescope on Mini Tower mount, Modified webcam or Stellacam or VSS+Jim Thompson, Ontario, Canada, (UTC - 4)Channel Name: Abbey Road ObservatoryEquipment: Dual telescopes (8" Meade SCT & 80mm APO) mounted on a Atlas EQ/G, Toshiba IK-Wb11A camera for Lunar and SaturnScott Short, Red Lion, Pennsylvania, USA (UTC - 4)Channel Name: NGCPEEPEREquipment:For Solar: LUNT 60mm hydrogen-alpha telescope on a Celestron G-5GT Advance Mount, Mallincam Hyper Color Plus camera with a 2x Celestron Barlow.For Lunar / Saturn: 14.5 inch Starmaster F4.3 Truss Tube Dobsonian telescope, Mallincam Hyper Color Plus camera with a 2x Celestron BarlowHarold Harris, Tennessee, USA (UTC - 5)Channel Name: Heavens SplendorsEquipment: C-14 SCT telescope, CGE PRO mount, Mallincam VSS camera