International Observe the Moon Night Resources

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International Observe the Moon Night Resources

  • Nighttime Event
  • Outside Venue
  • Target Audience
  • Teen, Adult

International Observe the Moon Night is a wonderful chance to connect with fans of our moon from all around the world! This resource page contains links to many moon-related Night Sky Network outreach activities, handouts, and related resources.

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  • Anyone Out There? Activity and PowerPoint

    Anyone Out There? Activity and PowerPoint

    • Inside Venue
    • Target Audience
    • Child, Teen, Adult

    Do aliens exist? This might be the most popular question you get while doing outreach! You can help your questioning audiences explore the possibilities of life in the universe with this exploration of the Drake Equation.


  • Skywatcher

    Skywatcher's Guide to the Moon [Handout]

    • Daytime Event
    • Nighttime Event
    • Outside Venue
    • Target Audience
    • Child, Teen, Adult

    Follow the moon in the sky after the eclipse! Use this moon map to identify some of its most famous features, find out where the astronauts landed, and what fills its "seas."


  • NSN Webinar: Cassini End of Mission

    NSN Webinar: Cassini End of Mission

    • Nighttime Event
    • Inside Venue
    • Target Audience
    • Teen, Adult

    NSN members joined us on Wednesday, September 20 when Trina Ray from NASA's JPL updated us on the end of the Cassini mission to Saturn.


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