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Visitors At The Planetarium Get To Witness Planets’ Partial Lunar Eclipse, Here’s How You Can Too!


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The skies are always intriguing and fascinating. For some of us, staring at the night sky brings us a certain sense of peace that can never be replicated or bought.

Space and skies are filled with planets and sometimes there are events taking place on these planets that can not be seen with the naked eye and certain times, we just don’t know how to as we do not have the equipment and expertise to do so.

Earlier this morning, visitors at the National Planetarium had the opportunity to witness the planets Saturn and Jupiter through observation activities organised by the agency, reported BERNAMA.

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It is said that there were eight telescopes provided for the visitors to watch the two planets more clearly.

One of the visitors, Mohd Jamaluddin Ismail, 48, who went to the Planetarium with his family, said that they had been anticipating the moment.

“This is the second time we (family) are here. We are really interested in the galaxy and to be able to witness the natural phenomena that happens is amazing.”

Now, if you would like to join in these kinds of activities in the future, you can do so by following the National Planetarium on social media platforms (we recommend Facebook) to stay updated with the events that they are holding.

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If you are further away from KL and do not want to make the trip here, they seem to be streaming the phenomena on their Facebook page. To make it more vibey, you can definitely plug in your projector if you have one.

Happy viewing!


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