New Moon Toolkits Available for NSN Member Clubs
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of humans landing on the Moon this July, the Night Sky Network has released Moon handouts and activities ideal for use at the telescope and beyond. Active clubs will receive hard copies of all materials in a Moon Toolkit in May 2019 in preparation for Moon outreach events this summer. Make sure your club's shipping address is up to date and that your club has reported on at least 2 events in the last quarter to qualify. Keep an eye out for the kit coming in mid-May, full of NASA handouts, activities, and demos!

Anyone can print their own copies of these materials via our Moon Toolkit Outreach Resource page. From handouts to observing cards, there is something for everyone. Find your closest celebration of Apollo and observe the Moon with your local astronomy club



Here's to NASA's Next Giant Leap! 
 


Last Updated: May 3, 2019
 
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