Sunshine 60 Observatory Astronomical Viewing Party 2022 1st 2022 Biggest Bright Full Moon “Super Moon”

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July 13th (Wednesday) 18: 30-19: 30 July 14th (Thursday) 18: 00-21: 00 (the day that looks the biggest, the full moon) * A viewing event is also held *

SKY CIRCUS Sunshine 60 Observatory (Ikebukuro, Tokyo) is planning to hold multiple astronomical viewing events in 2022 (see below).
This time, which is the first step, we will have a viewing party on Thursday, July 14th, which is the phenomenon "Super Moon" where the moon seen from the earth looks the largest in 2022, and Wednesday, July 13th, the day before. It will be held.

On the 13th (Wednesday), an event will be held in which the observatory staff will give a lecture on the basic knowledge of the super moon, which looks the largest the next day, and how to take beautiful pictures of the moon with a smartphone.
On the 14th (Thursday), with the cooperation of starry sky photographer Hiroyuki Narizawa, a moon shooting point lecture and a super moon will be displayed on the monitor, and an ornamental event including commentary will be held.

Why don't you take a picture of a fantastic moment as a wonderful memory while being healed by the beautiful scenery that you can see because it is the Sunshine 60 Observatory, which is registered as one of the 100 best moons in Japan.



・ Overview of the first celestial viewing event 2022 "Super Moon"

Date: July 13th (Wednesday) 18: 30-Month as close as possible to Super Moon
July 14th (Thursday) 18: 00-Super Moon
[July 13th Moonrise: around 18:53, July 14th Moonrise: around 19:50]

Location: SKY CIRCUS Sunshine 60 Observatory

Price: You can enjoy it with the following observatory entrance fee.
Adults 1,200 yen, students (high school / university / vocational school) 900 yen, children (elementary / junior high school students) 600 yen, infants (4 years old and over) 300 yen

You can see the full moon in the closest position to the earth in 2022.

You can see the full moon in the closest position to the earth in 2022.

Holding an ornamental event
"This is perfect! Supermoon pre-learning session!"
Date: Wednesday, July 13th, 18: 30-19: 30
Fee: Free * Admission to the observatory is required.
Contents: Monthly talk session by Sunshine 60 Observatory staff.

"Lecture on viewing and shooting points by starry sky photographer Mr. Narizawa"
Date: Thursday, July 14th, 18: 00-21: 00
Fee: Free * Admission to the observatory is required.
Contents: Supermoon commentary and monitor viewing by starry sky photographer Hiroyuki Narizawa.

* It may not be available or may be canceled depending on the weather and conditions.

・ Profile of Hiroyuki Narizawa

Starry sky photographer and time-lapse creator. A regular member of the Japan Professional Photographers Society.
Fujifilm FPS member, Academy X instructor, Nikon NPS member.
Books "Hiroyuki Narizawa's Starry Sky Photography School" and "Time Lapse Photography Textbook".

★★ Sunshine 60 Observatory Astronomical Viewing Event 2022 Schedule (planned) ★★
・ Super Moon (July 13th and 14th) ・ Planetary viewing party (tentative name) (August 11th (planned)) ・ Mid-autumn moon (September 9th to 11th (planned))

* At Sunshine 60 Observatory, we are working to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infections so that our customers can visit us with peace of mind. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation when you visit us. Please check the Sunshine 60 Observatory website for details. https://sunshinecity.jp/observatory/news/entry-18197.html

* In order to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection, the content and schedule may be changed or canceled depending on the situation. ※The image is an image. * All prices include tax.

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■ SKY CIRCUS Sunshine 60 Observatory Overview
● Location: 3-1 Higashiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo Sunshine City Sunshine 60 Building / 60F
● Business hours: 12: 00-20: 00 * Last admission is 1 hour before the end
* To prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection, it may differ from normal business hours. Please check the website ( https://sunshinecity.jp/observatory/) for the latest information.
● Admission: Adults 1,200 yen, students (high school / university / vocational school) 900 yen, children (elementary / junior high school students) 600 yen, infants (4 years old and over) 300 yen
● Contact: SKY CIRCUS Sunshine 60 Observatory 03-3989-3457 https://sunshinecity.jp
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