HOW TO...

1. USE THE GLOBE AT NIGHT WEBSITE PAGE

2. FIND THE SOUTHERN CROSS - if you're in the Southern hemisphere

3. FIND BOOTES (if you're in the Northern hemisphere)

4. FIND YOUR CITIZEN SCIENTIST NUMBER - once you've completed your night sky observation.

5. HOW TO USE The Globe at Night Data

6. WHY Globe at Night Data is important

7. SIGN UP YOUR SCHOOL - Teachers are encouraged to let their students take the lesson.

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Watch Intro Video

Globe At Night

How to use the webapp

How to find your Citizen Scientist Number

On the Globe at Night Website

Once you've completed your night sky observation, and submitted the data, the screen will come up with a page showing your Citizen Scientist Number. Enter this number to show you did your night sky observation.

How to find the Southern Cross

If you're in the Southern Hemisphere

This is the old fashioned way, by map. But you can use apps like Google Sky, Stellarium or Skyview (to name but a few.)

How to find Bootes

If you're in the Nothern Hemisphere

Watch Intro Video

How to retrieve GAN data

For your council, community or interest

SIGN UP YOUR SCHOOL

... your scouts group, or your football team!

Tell your teachers, tell your friends.

It's easy for school groups to participate in this lesson and learn something about light pollution. 

School Light Pollution project.pdf