These Sunspotters are perennial favorites for working with groups and children. We’re giving away 4 of them on December 5th, so be sure your club gets in the drawing. It's simple!
Just post five or more of your upcoming 2013 club events on the Public NSN calendar by Dec. 4th. You can even post your monthly meetings to qualify! (Hint: posting a recurring event is simple. See how here.) Be sure to post them Public on the NSN calendar so people can find them on mobile apps, NASA websites, and more. It’s a great way to get new people to your events!
looking at the transit of Venus through a Sunspotter
Photo Credit: Alice Few
Is your club in the list? (as of Saturday, December 1st)
Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh
Amateur Observers' Society of NY
AquaSoft Astronomy Club
Astronomers of Verde Valley
Astronomical Society of Harrisburg
Astronomical Society of Nevada
Astronomical Society of Northern New England
Astronomy Club of Asheville
ASU AstroDevils Astronomy Club
Atlanta Astronomy Club
Barnard-Seyfert Astronomical Society
Brazosport Astronomy Club
Broken Arrow Sidewalk Astronomers
Cameron Park Rotary Community Observatory
Central Arkansas Astronomical Society
Central Ohio Astronomical Society
Central Valley Astronomers
Central Washington University Astronomy Club
Charlie Elliott Chapter of the Atlanta Astronomy Club
Charlotte Amateur Astronomers Club
Colorado Springs Astronomical Society
Delaware Valley Amateur Astronomers
Denver Astronomical Society
East Central Minnesota Astronomy Club
East Valley Astronomy Club (EVAC)
Eastbay Astronomical Society
Fort Worth Astronomical Society
Fox Valley Astronomical Society
Grants Pass Astronomers
Hawaiian Astronomical Society
Hilltopper Astronomy Club
Houston Astronomical Society
Iowa County Astronomers
Johnson Space Center Astronomical Society
Keene Amateur Astronomy Club
Litchfield Hills Amateur Astronomy Club
Local Group Astronomy Club of Santa Clarita Valley
Los Angeles Astronomical Society
Marshal Martz Memorial Astronomical Association, Inc.
Miami Valley Astronomical Society
Michiana Astronomical Society
Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society
Mount Diablo Astronomical Society
Muskegon Astronomical Society
Northern Colorado Astronomical Society
Oak Ridge Isochronous Observation Network, Inc.
Oklahoma City Astronomy Club
Omaha Astronomical Society
Peninsula Astronomical Society
Phoenix Astronomical Society
Prescott Astronomy Club
Rappahannock Astronomy Club
River Bend Astronomy Club
Riverside Astronomical Society
Roanoke Valley Astronomical Society
San Antonio Astronomical Association
San Jose Astronomical Association
San Mateo County Astronomical Society
Shasta Astronomy Club
Sonoma y Astronomical Society
South Florida Amateur Astronomers Association
Southern Colorado Astronomical Society
Southern Maine Astronomers
St. Louis Astronomical Society
St. Petersburg Astronomy Club
Star City Astronomy Network
Starlight Astronomy Club
Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas
The Albuquerque Astronomical Society
Treasure Coast Astronomical Society
Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association
Twin City Amateur Astronomers
University Lowbrow Astronomers
Wabash Valley Astronomical Society
Warren Astronomical Society
Warren Rupp Observatory
Westminster Astronomical Society, Inc.
Westport Astronomical Society
Wilderness Center Astronomy Club
We invite you to join the NASA Night Sky Network stargazing community on Facebook and Twitter for sky charts, beautiful images, and lively conversation.
Find star parties and solar viewings quickly using these apps or use the website!
Go StarGaze, the NASA Night Sky Network astronomy app, developed by the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, helps you find astronomy clubs and their stargazing events on the go!
Distant Suns, your personal guide to the cosmos, lists Night Sky Network astronomy club star parties, safe solar gazing events, and lectures in the main navigation bar. Distant Suns is available on iPhone, iPad, Kindle, and NOOK.
SkySafari, a powerful planetarium that fits in your pocket, lists Night Sky Network astronomy club star parties, safe solar gazing events, and lectures in the help menu. SkySafari is available for Android and the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Clear skies and happy stargazing!
The NASA Night Sky Network is managed by the Astronomical Society of the Pacific in cooperation with NASA.