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The club is affiliated with the International Dark Sky Association, and Night Sky Network.
A few of us were inspired by NASA's Night Sky Network, which provides guidance and tools for astronomy clubs to reach out to the public.
Aldrich members also participate in the Night Sky Network, a nationwide coalition of astronomy clubs that bring NASA's mission to the public.
The 16-year-old sophomore is a member of the North Eugene High School Astronomy Club, a group that formed just this year and affiliated with the Night Sky Network, an education outreach effort sponsored by NASA.
NASA created the Night Sky Network in 2002 to support amateur astronomers, said Marni Berendsen, education project coordinator for the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, a co-sponsor of the Night Sky Network.
In Oregon, there are four other amateur astronomy clubs that participate in the Night Sky Network, including the Eugene Astronomical Society, according to the network Web site.
It's also forging connections between the major themes of IYA2009 and existing ASP-fostered projects, such as its NASA-funded Night Sky Network of astronomy clubs.
Scores of astronomy clubs practice more structured education as part of NASA's Night Sky Network (nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov).
Now there is a new collaboration among the ASP, NASA, and the Astronomical League: the Night Sky Network (http://nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov).
If you're not in a club but want to find out which ones near you are part of the Night Sky Network, look them up at the Web site.