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"Asteroid 2005 YU55 close encounter"

9 November 2011

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The event is scheduled for NOV. 9, 2011, at 20:00 UT. Don't miss this amazing live event. In case of bad weather, the event can be rescheduled or changed with another session.

Early in November, asteroid 2005 YU55 will brushes our planet, coming closer than the Moon! With a diameter of about 400 meters, it will be the largest object that's ever been seen passing so close.

Thanks to the Virtual Telescope technologies, we will track it while flying over there, sharing the images in real time, with the live commentary by  Gianluca Masi and Gisella Luccone,  from our  acclaimed scientific staff.

It wil be truly unforgettable experience! Joining this event you will support the Virtual Telescope activities.

The event is scheduled for NOV. 9, 2011, at 20:00 UT. In case of bad weather, the event can be rescheduled or changed with another session.

If you wish to join, a donation of 9 euros is required: joining this event, you will support the many, free social and humanitarian activities of the Virtual Telescope around the globe..

Don't miss this breathtaking, cosmic experience! Join it it is easy!

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