NASA invites everyone on earth to learn about lunar science and exploration, and to participate in celestial observation. The agency also hopes to pay tribute to the cultural and personal ties associated with the moon on this special night. International lunar night occurs in September or October every year, which is a very suitable phase for night observation. No matter where they are, NASA invites people to participate in observation and participate in or host a virtual or in person event. In particular, the agency wants people to spend time at home watching the moon. NASA wants to excite people around the world to observe and explore the moon as it prepares for the Artemis mission to return humans to the moon in a few years’ time. < / P > < p > for those who spend their time observing the moon tonight, NASA suggests that they use the “observe the moon” tag on NASA’s Facebook page to communicate with moon lovers around the world. The same tags can be used on any social media platform to share excitement online. < / P > < p > NASA’s official activities will last six hours and will start between 5:30-11:30 p.m. Eastern time or 2:30-8:30 p.m. Pacific time tonight. NASA is inviting fans to visit its website nasa.gov/NASATV 。 Global Tech

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