SkyDay is growing fast.

New and exciting things are happening all the time.  See who just joined the SkyTeam for example! So connect with us on Facebook Twitter and Instagram so you hear all our exciting news as it happens!

SkyDayProject 2017 was a terrific success.

  • Thousands of tweeted sky photos from all over the world

  • Responsible organizations from 10 nations taking part

  • A beautiful installation at Chicago's great Adler Planetarium

  • Partnership with the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) and New Trier High School for a poster competition all about the sky

Now our team is working hard to make next year's Sky Day even bigger and more spectacular! 

Sky day Project at the Adler

SkyDayProject at the Adler

Save the date! Sky Day is Friday September 21, 2018.   

Big news! Leading climate scientist Don Wuebbles joins the SkyTeam

Leading climate scientist and Professor of Atmospheric Science at the University of Illinois - Don Wuebbles - joins astronaut, aquanaut and artist Nicole Stott, Northwestern University climate scientist Daniel Horton and artist and SkyDay executive director Ben Whitehouse on the Sky Team. Don is an expert in atmospheric physics and chemistry and co-author of scientific assessments for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) a team that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. We are thrilled to have his guidance with us as we develop our new projects.

SkyDayProject 2018 to combine citizen art and citizen science in new and exciting new ways!

Viewers will be able to discover 'SkyDayProject' adventures' within making exploring the amazing library of sky photos you helped create an exciting adventure in learning. What is the science of super storms, for example? And why does the science matter?

Supermoon anyone?

SkyDayProject remains open and new sky photos are being posted everyday.  Did you see the Supermoon? What did it look like where you were?  

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Homework, anyone?! 

Would you please tell three colleagues about us? Our goal is to focus attention on our one magnificent shared sky and bring the next generation together, across cultures and borders, to collaborate on innovative solutions to our ecological challenges.  The more people taking part the better!

We wish you a wonderful 2018 from all of us at SkyDay!

Ben Whitehouse                                                                                                              President and Executive Director

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