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NIGHTSKIESNETWORK.CA, the Original worldwide astronomy broadcast site, is proud to announce the addition of a new section for Schools, Colleges, Universities and Astronomy Societies. This new section will allow these institutions to privately broadcast their astronomical content and live observation to students and club members. The broadcaster will be able to select who has access to the content of the broadcast. In this way, professors can demonstrate to their students the topics being discussed in the classroom and the students can participate in the broadcasts to assist then in completing homework assignments. This section will be an asset to the educational system across the world as it relates to astronomical outreach and the related sciences.
The function of NIGHTSKIESNETWORK.CA will remain the same as it currently is for all individual broadcasters. They will continue to be able to share their astronomical live observation.

What you'll see live on NSN.

Night Skies Network is for amateur astronomers who like to view and share the wonders of our night time skies. Here you will see members from all parts of the globe broadcasting the night skies from their home built observatories, back yards, and just about any other place where they can set up a telescope. Each one has a unique set up and perspective on the night sky. You will find some using home made mounts and telescopes, while others use factory built automated mounts and telescopes. Some will have black and white video cameras while others will use color video cameras. Each will be unique and each will show you a different way to view deep space objects and planets. Don't worry about asking questions. Each and every one of them is more than happy to help you. More often than not, others watching along with you will have the answer to your question.

So start watching these wonderful amateur astronomers as they bring you live views of our night skies. Above all else have fun and enjoy.

To our new guest and members please note. You don't have to be a member to watch these live feeds. There are times when none of the Astrocasters are live. Any one of the NSN Broadcasters could go live at any given time day or night. They are located all around the world. The best way for you to see or catch a live broadcast is to tune back to NSN once in a while and check the home page to see if anyone is live. You can also use our RSS feed to keep a watch for any live broadcast as they come online. Please don't give up on trying to catch a live show. They really are amazing to watch.

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