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On Sat., Oct. 16 at 7:30 p.m. EDT (23:30 UTC), join lunar enthusiasts around the world for International #ObserveTheMoon Night, an annual celebration of Earth's neighbor in space! Our live hosts will guide you on a scientific and cultural expedition to the Moon. Enjoy a close-up view of the lunar surface, watch flyovers of lunar features, and learn about our VIPER mission to search for water ice on the Moon's South Pole, and our plans to send humans there with the Artemis program. More: moon.nasa.gov/observe
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