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Growing Your Astronomy Club
Part 1: Welcoming Visitors

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checkHow the Night Sky Network can help

NSN logoThe more club functions that can be accessed online, the more likely younger adults will be attracted to your club. Here are just a few of the online services your club can use on the Night Sky Network:

All this and more is available at no cost through the Night Sky Network: http://nightskynetwork.org 

For example, clubs that are members of the Night Sky Network can subscribe to and renew magazine subscriptions online at the club discount price. Just log in and go to the Links page: http://nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov/club/links.cfm.

For more about the online features available for free through the Night Sky Network: http://nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov/apply.cfm

For assistance with setting up your astronomy club on the Night Sky Network, contact: nightskyinfo {at} astrosociety.org

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