Slooh Space Camera to Broadcast Live Feeds of
Venus, Jupiter, and Crescent Moon Conjunction

Live coverage begins Mar 26th at 10:00 PM EDT / 7:00 PM PDT
March 22nd, 2012

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Slooh Space Camera to Broadcast Live Feeds of
Venus, Jupiter, and Crescent Moon Conjunction

ATTENTION MEDIA WEBSITES: Embed Slooh’s Live Syndicated Image Feed into Your Coverage (see below)

Slooh Space Camera will broadcast a free, real-time feed of the Venus, Jupiter, and Crescent Moon conjunction Monday 3/26 starting at 7:00 PM PDT / 10:00 PM EDT (02:00 UT on 3/27). Slooh will provide multiple observatory feeds, including from Arizona and the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa. The broadcast can be accessed at Slooh's homepage or by visiting Slooh's G+ page, where you will be able to see the panel interact live via G+ Hangouts On Air.

Media websites can embed Slooh's live syndicated image feed directly into their own coverage of the event by visiting Slooh's media page.

Conjunctions are amazing phenomena to behold as viewers will be able to see Venus, Jupiter, and the Crescent Moon in the same field of view. If skies are clear, individuals can view the conjunction by looking toward the west, the first three hours after sunset.

Slooh's own Patrick Paolucci will join Astronomy Magazine columnist Bob Berman along with other guests and Slooh members to discuss the event live and in true color.

About Slooh
Slooh is a worldwide community of people peering into space together. Slooh is the leader in live, celestial event programming with free weekly shows featuring the great wonders of the Universe. In December 2003, Slooh launched the first Space Camera available to the public. SLOOH has broadcast more than 300,000 live missions to celestial objects for members all over the world, who have taken more than 1.7 million photographs to date. Slooh's patented instant imaging technology makes astronomical objects appear in real time in full color.

To embed Slooh’s live syndicated image feed into your media coverage of the eclipse, visit and follow the instructions.

G+ Slooh Space Camera Page