The latest local and global astronomy projects which I support:
Globe at Night — Feb. 21 – March 6.
Less of Our Light for More Star Light
GLOBE at Night is an international star-hunting campaign which aims to help address the light pollution issue locally as well as globally.
Sun-Earth Day — Celebrate Sun-Earth Day on March 19, 2011
Sun-Earth Day is comprised of a series of programs and events that occur throughout the year culminating with a celebration on or near the Spring Equinox.
Global Astronomy Month – April 2011
The annual event, organized by Astronomers Without Borders, celebrates the Universe in the spirit of the International Year of Astronomy 2009 cornerstone project “100 Hours of Astronomy.”
Year of the Solar System — October 2010 until August 2012
23 months of exploration by robotic tourists will reveal the familiar objects of our solar system as new worlds through new discoveries. Discover these worlds for yourself through activities highlighting a new topic each month.
World Space Week 2011 — Celebrated in over 55 Nations every October 4-10
The largest annual public space event on Earth with the purpose of celebrating the contributions of space!science and technology to life on Earth.
International Observe the Moon Night – Oct. 8, 2011
InOMN is a global event meant to get people excited aboutlunar science and exploration.
During this international event, everyone is asked to go outside, look skyward after dark, note the stars they see in certain constellations, and report what they see online.