WHAT IS THIS ABOUT?
This is a campaign challenging for Malaysian taking records of the night sky.
You are participating in a global campaign to observe and record the faintest stars visible as a means of measuring light pollution in a given location. By locating and observing the constellation Cygnus in the night sky and comparing it to stellar charts, people from around the world will learn how the lights in their community contribute to light pollution. Your contributions to the online database will document the visible nighttime sky.
- Learn on how to look at designated constellation. Find the constellation here: https://www.globeatnight.org/finding. Or you may use Stellarium/SkySafari
- Submit your data here: https://www.globeatnight.org/webapp/
- Don’t forget to screenshot and submit your form in this page to receive your e-certifcate
- Receive e-certificate (if you submit the form below)
find cygnus constellation here
If you’re not sure what does Cygnus looks like, click the button below:
SUBMIT YOUR DATA
After submit, don’t forget to take note of your Observer ID number
If you need help using the Globe at Night Webapp, we have a step-by-step guide for you.
To get your e-certificate submit the form below.
We thanked you for a gazillion stars for your contribution!
*You may get observer ID Number at the page with the summary report after you submit