New Resource: Perennial Astronomy Articles for Newsletters
Many astronomy topics come up over and over again. To help,  we have compiled a list of our own frequently updated articles about common astronomy topics asked of amateur astronomers for your use! Topics include meteor showers, supermoons, identifying UFOs, working with astronomy clubs, telescope information, citizen science programs, observing programs, stargazing tips, light pollution,  and many more!

You can add these articles in your own club's newsletters, and even edit them with additional information and illustrations that your audience may find useful.  We just ask that you give a credit at the end to the NASA Night Sky Network and author (if specified), and a link to our website: nightsky.jpl.nasa.org

If you have any feedback, be it suggestions for additional topics, corrections, or anything else, please let us know at nightskyinfo@astrosociety.org . We want to make sure these are accurate and useful for your audiences.

You can find the initial list here:  https://nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov/download-view.cfm?Doc_ID=611

More topics will be added over time, so come back now and again to see the latest updates.

Last Updated: January 12, 2018
 
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