Congratulations to the latest quarterly prizewinners!
Visitors enjoy the views from a large Dobsonian telescope at the Public Star Party in Bowie Nature Park in Fairview, Tennessee, hosted by the Barnard-Seyfert Astronomical Society.

Credit: Theo Wellington

Congratulations to the astronomers of the Barnard-Seyfert Astronomical Society, Charlotte Amateur Astronomers, and the Fort Bend Astronomy Club! Their clubs won the quarterly prize - models of the James Webb Space Telescope by MESATech, simply by entering and logging their public outreach events on the Night Sky Network calendar. 

Image of the James Webb Space Telescope model
Their winning events were:

Public Star Party at Bowie Nature Park, hosted by the Barnard-Seyfert Astronomical Society of Nashville, Tennessee, logged by Theo Wellington.

The Charlotte Amateur Astronomers Monthly Club Meeting, logged by Steve Rogish, of the Charlotte Amateur Astronomers Club of Charlotte, North Carolina..

Public Observing at the George Observatory hosted by the Fort Bend Astronomy Club of Stafford, Texas, logged by Jo Sutter.

All Night Sky Network member clubs are eligible to receive prizes, handouts, ToolKits for public outreach, award pins, and other benefits simply by posting and logging their events to the Night Sky Network calendar. Who will win the next batch of prizes? Maybe it will be your club-just keep logging events to stay active and eligible!


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