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The Slooh online observatory will broadcast stay views of the near-Earth asteroid Apophis because it makes a detailed however protected flyby of our planet as we speak (March 5) at eight p.m. EST (0100 GMT on Saturday). Slooh’s webcast will characteristic photos of Apophis from Slooh’s remotely operated observatories in Chile and the Canary Islands.
“We’ll be monitoring Apophis a lot of the night time,” Slooh’s chief astronomical officer Paul Cox advised Area.com. “I will be internet hosting the stay star get together, and our visitors are Bob Berman and Dr. Mike Shaw. We’ll be discussing Apophis, the dangers near-Earth objects pose to Earth, our historic protection of Apophis, and Slooh’s legacy monitoring these near-Earth asteroid passes since 2008.”
You’ll be able to watch the webcast stay within the window above, courtesy of Slooh, and Slooh members can view it at Slooh.com. Non-members can join a free 7-day membership trial here.
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