Great World Wide Star Count

A great way to involve your students in a global astronomy activity is the Great World Wide Star Count, from October 14-28!

During this international event, we ask everyone to go outside, look skyward after dark, note the stars they see in certain constellations, and report what they see online.

The Great World Wide Star Count is an official Windows to the Universe Citizen Science Event designed to encourage learning in astronomy.

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