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Find out why you may want to get a good pair of binoculars over a computerized telescope as your first instrument in our latest article!

Choose a First Telescope | Night Sky Network

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12/02/2016 at 22:54. Facebook
December is a great month for stargazers, with planets, comets, and meteor showers to keep the skies busy and exciting this month. Find out more in NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's latest What's Up video for skywatchers.

What's Up for December 2016

See Mercury, Venus and Mars all month long and a New Year’s Eve comet. With some luck, you may catch some Geminid and Ursid meteors, too. Catch up on all of ...

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12/01/2016 at 18:28. Facebook
Planetary observers: watch Venus, Mars, and Mercury shift their positions night to night in the evening December skies, and catch bright Jupiter rising in the wee hours right before sunrise! Ringed Saturn is lost in the Sun's glare for now, but will appear in morning skies later this winter. More details courtesy EarthSky's guide at the link below.

December guide to the bright planets | EarthSky.org

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11/30/2016 at 19:16. Facebook
Today marks the beginning of the last exciting phase of NASA's Cassini Mission to Saturn! Cassini will fling itself into a series of dives around the rings of Saturn - with help from Titan's gravity - and continuing to collect valuable science from a new point of view as the venerable mission nears its end.

NASA Saturn Mission Prepares for 'Ring-Grazing Orbits'

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11/29/2016 at 21:39. Facebook
Solar Observers: the Sun has a few interesting sunspots in view today after a bit of a quiet period. Image and more space weather info from Spaceweather.com

SpaceWeather.com -- News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids

A young crescent Moon points the way to finding Mercury, Venus, and Mars at dusk this coming week! Also: be on the lookout for some faint fuzzies, and see if you can spot the Pleiades, Hyades, and even Orion in the east as the night wears on. h/t Sky & Telescope
Students in grades 5-12 in the USA: you are invited to take NASA's Cassini Mission to Saturn Scientist for a Day Challenge! Rules & more information on how to participate can be found at: [ Solarsystem.nasa.gov Link ]

Cassini Scientist For a Day 2016-17 | Education - NASA Solar System Exploration

Planning an event for the 2017 total solar eclipse in North America? Post your event to NASA's 2017 Eclipse event website!

SDO | Solar Dynamics Observatory

Amateur and professional astronomers can contribute images of three comets - 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresak, 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova, and 46P/Wirtanen - and help contribute to study of comets and how their coma change over time.

Worldwide Help Sought For Comet Study Effort | Planetary Science Institute

The Fort Bend Astronomy Club uses a scale model of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, won as part of their participation in the NASA Night Sky Network program, at various Houston-area astronomy outreach events as part of their Astronomy on Wheels program.

Astronomy On Wheels with the James Webb Space Telescope | Night Sky Network

Amateur astronomers were joined by Dr. Giada Arney and Dr. Eddie Schwieterman on Wednesday, November 16, 2016, to learn more about how astronomers and astrobiologists are investigating the atmospheres of exoplanets for signs of life. Check out our video below!

NSN Webinar: Exploring Exoplanet Biosignatures

Amateur astronomers were joined by Dr. Giada Arney and Dr. Eddie Schwieterman on Wednesday, November 16, 2016, to learn more about how astronomers and astrob...

What is the fate of our Universe? The study of the history and evolution of our Universe is called Cosmology, and scientists who study the structure of the Universe must grapple with strange and mind blowing theories like the Big Bang and dark energy. Find out more in this month's Universe Discovery Guide, filled with activities and info all about Cosmology!

Universe Discovery Guide for November: The Fate of Our Universe | Night Sky Network

If you love observing the Moon, you should check out the Astronomical League's Lunar Observing program! Even folks in the most heavily light-polluted areas of cities can see the Moon, making it a perfect target for any amateur astronomers who may be curious about trying out an observing program.

Lunar Program Introduction | The Astronomical League

Find answers to questions about supermoons in this great article from EarthSky. While the term "supermoon" comes from from astrology and not astronomy, it does have a real and measurable effect on something on Earth - tides!

What is a supermoon? | EarthSky.org

Plan your stargazing for the coming week with help from Sky & Telescope's sky at a glance. Check out Venus in the the evening, spot the square of Pegasus, watch Orion rise earlier and earlier at night-and see if you can really see the difference in size with that SuperMoon you may have heard about.

This Week's Sky at a Glance, November 11 – 19 - Sky & Telescope

Spent a good chunk of today's time prepping #Eclipse2017 eclipse outreach handouts for Night Sky Network clubs that enter their upcoming astronomy outreach events on the NSN's 2017 calendar. Member clubs in the USA will receive yardstick eclipse models, eclipse postcards, lithographs from NASA's LRO mission and more!

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Help pick the design of this year's astronomy club outreach award pins! We can't decide in the office, so we leave it to you in our Twitter poll: curvy or straight lines for the solar eclipse? (also, follow the Night Sky Network on Twitter!)
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Find out how you can help bring attention to the problems with light pollution with help from programs like Globe at Night and organizations like the International Dark-Sky Association in our latest article!

Light Pollution and You | Night Sky Network

Stargazers: check out what to look for in the night sky with this week’s guide from Sky & Telescope . See if you can still catch Saturn in the evening before it slips into morning skies, watch the Moon's position as it travels across the ecliptic-and don't forget to set your clocks back an hour!

This Week's Sky at a Glance, November 4 – 12 - Sky & Telescope

The Binocular Sky Newsletter for November is out & offers great objects for stargazers with binoculars this month, including a batch of open clusters, nebula, and even couple of galaxies-including the great Andromeda Galxay (M31)! Check it out at the link below.