April 20th is Astronomy Day, when hundreds of astronomy clubs, observatories, museums, colleges, and planetariums worldwide host special family-oriented events and festivities that showcase the wonder and excitement of the night sky.
Mark your calendars! This year's Astronomy Day festivities take place May 6th.
The latest version of the S&T Astronomy Day Award entry form is available on the Astronomical League's website.
Amateur astronomy clubs, planetariums, science museums, and parks celebrate Astronomy Day twice a year.
Join your local amateur astronomy community in celebrating Spring Astronomy Day on May 14, 2016.
Amateur astronomy clubs, planetariums, science museums, and parks celebrate Astronomy Day twice a year, when the public is invited to come learn about the sky and view through telescopes.
Looking for something to do on Saturday? Make plans to celebrate Astronomy Day on April 21st!
Each year, one club or organization is recognized for its successful efforts in promoting Astronomy Day.