Thank you for taking the Survey: Amateur Astronomers in 2021

(Credit: David Buchla - Nevada County Astronomers)
 
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More than 900 of you told us about you astronomy interests, club activities, and public engagement, both during the pandemic and beyond. We're putting together the responses now and will post the results here by the end of 2021.

NASA values amateur astronomers' dedication to public engagement in our communities and wants to understand how to better serve the needs of enthusiasts and astronomy clubs. The Night Sky Network has supported astronomy clubs since 2004 with outreach resources, club management tools, and monthly science webinars.

photo of a wooden sunspotter instrument Congratulations to the winners, randomly selected from more than 900 responses. Julian Shull, John Holleran, and Bob Anderson will be receiving prizes in October 2021. 

Survey closed on September 15th and results will be available by the end of the year on this webpage. We look forward to sharing the current state of amateur astronomy and outreach with you, our community. 

 
Last Updated: Sept 29, 2021

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Logo for Night Sky Network featuring child and astronomer observing the skyNight Sky Network (NSN) member clubs are dedicated to bringing the wonders of space and NASA science to folks across the USA.NSN program participation provides clubs with tools and resources to assist in their public outreach. 


 
 
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The NASA Night Sky Network is managed by the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. The ASP is a 501c3 non-profit organization advancing science literacy through astronomy.