This relatively rare central eclipse -- meaning the moon will pass through the center of Earth's shadow -- promises to be longer and darker than usual. This should be one of the most spectacular lunar eclipses in the last years.
July 27-28 2018 – Total Lunar Eclipse!
Tune in for a live free webcast! | 27/07/2018 18:30-24:
Giant Asteroid 3122 Florence passes Earth - LIVE WEBCAST
The flyby will provide a unique opportunity for researchers to study a near-Earth object up close.
Asteroid 3122 Florence – Earth Flyby!
Tune in for a live free webcast! | 09/01/2017 19:00UTC
Movie: images from the live telescope session, of Asteroid 3122 Florence
Asteroid 3122 Floren
The Bareket observatory in Israel is glad to announce about a spectacular SUPER MOON webcast, available anywhere in the world with an internet connection.
Participate in a multi-viewer broadcast of the most spectacular Super Moon of the year, a real celestial light showThe live event will take a place at the night of November 14th 2016.
The Bareket observatory in Israel is glad to announce about a spectacular FREE Meteor observing & detection webcast, available anywhere in the world with an internet connection.
Participate in a multi-viewer broadcast of the most spectacular meteor shower of the year, a real celestial light showThe Perseid meteor shower, which will take a pl
Asteroid 3D printing - 3D models of celestial targets
Students who participate at the Emerald planetariums educational programs are printing 3D models of space objects,
based on real hands-on experiments their are conducting via the Bareket observatory's robotic telescopes.
You can view a high school student abstract in the following link [PDF]
Video of the Asteroid '901 Brunsia'
On 13th February 2010, we made a special webcast of the transit of an extra solar planet named GJ-436 (and later on also the XO-3b system). You're welcome to join us in this extra-solar quest!
Images from the LIve event:
Image: target stars
Image: light curve of the extra solar planet system! Live view.
Deep space webcast - live telescope session IYA2009 | Bareket observatory Israel
Deep space webcast (DSO) from a high-end robotic telescope. Including live explanations & musical representation for those who are blind.
Using a sophisticated robotic telescope and a super sensitive cooled CCD camera, special musical image sonifications for those who are blind and an expert astronomer who will provide live explanations
2010's Perseids meteor shower using CCDTV camera.
Our 2006 Gemenids meteor shower webcast announcement:
Bareket observatory in Israel announces, for the first time in recorded history, for a new, spectacular FREE Meteor observing & detection service, available anywhere in the world with an internet connection.Participate in
Lunar Halo - time sequence from the live footage, using the Bareket observatory's Allsky fisheye camera.
Free Live Asteroid 1998 QE2 flyby Webcast | Bareket Observatory2013 May 31th
A free, live webcast from Bareket Observatory in Israel featured the asteroid 1998 EQ2 flyby on May 31, 2013. The flyby provided a unique opportunity for researchers to study a near-Earth object up close. The observatory has offered a special Live view of the close approa