NASA Night Sky Notes Monthly Article

NASA Night Sky Notes Monthly Article

  • Target Audience
  • Teen, Adult
Welcome to NASA's Night Sky Notes Monthly Article
(formerly the Space Place Monthly Partner Article)

The NASA Night Sky Network provides these monthly articles on the latest stargazing and NASA news to share with your organization's readership. Check back here by the 25th of each month for the following month's article, or sign up here to be reminded each time a new article is released.  Download the latest article below.

 
Find the Coma Star Cluster between Leo, Ursa Major, and Bootes
 Inverted greyscale version also available for this star chart

May 2019 Edition: Watching the Late Spring Skies
Updated April 18, 2019

Late spring brings warmer nights, making it more comfortable to observe a good showing of the Eta Aquarids meteor shower. Skywatchers can also look for the delicate Coma Star Cluster, and spot the Moon on the anniversary of Apollo 10’s “test run” prior to the Moon landing in 1969.

Download Word Document
Download PDF

Download star chart image (300 dpi)
Color PNG 
Greyscale PNG

Download Apollo 10 Image - Color JPG 

Download All Files for Article - ZIP

Attribution text: 
This article is distributed by the NASA Night Sky Network, a coalition of hundreds of astronomy clubs across the US dedicated to astronomy outreach. Visit nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov to find local clubs, events, stargazing info and more.

Logos
Click on the images below to download Night Sky Network identifiers for your article:
NSN logo featuring a child and adult using a telescope to stargazENSN logo featuring a child and adult using a telescope to stargaze                                   
 





150 pixels wide               300 pixels wide
(actual size)

Note: The What's Up This Month video will be posted below on the 1st of each month.
Find daily observing tips and tools on the Night Sky Planner page. 

The Louis Cruis Astronomy Club often posts translations of these articles in Portuguese shortly after each edition is released to their Facebook Page. The NSN extends our thanks for their awesome work!

Please Help Us Help You!
We rely on you to report the use of these articles so we can continue providing them to the community. Please take 2 minutes to let us know each time you use one of these articles. Thank you! 

* We will be pushing this release sooner in the very near future, based on feedback from our recent survey. Thanks for your patience!

last update: December 20, 2018

Video

What's Up This Month Video

Find out what's in the sky each month in this monthly video series by the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Activity Key

Daytime Event
Daytime Event
Nighttime Event
Nighttime Event
Inside Venue
Inside Venue
Outside Venue
Outside Venue
star
Target Audience