Blink and you may have missed them - your NSN coordinator alerts! Have you seen them in the upper-right corner? Did you know about the various NSN services and partner links right below the alerts? Now you do!

When you log in as a club coordinator, look to the right: Open Items are alerts for new member requests, event requests from the public, pending events, and pending reports need review are all listed from your club's homepage, on the top right, as seen int he below screenshot. Below that? The Night Sky Network Services available to you and your members! 

screenshot of the night sky network website with arrows pointing to the alerts section on the right

Some of the services include access to astronomy magazine discounts, helpful videos for growing and managing your club, FAQs, the coordinator tips page,  monthly updated resource pages for the NASA Night Sky Notes articles and Astronomical League Sky Maps, the NSN calendar and search widgets, and even mailing requests for outreach handouts (when available)

screenshot of the links available under Night Sky Network Services - closeup

Keep in mind that while Coordinators can see the alerts and services upon logging in, Members will generally only see some of the Night Sky Network Services.

Last Updated: February 28, 2022

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