Sky Day Project FAQs
Who is taking part?
Individuals and responsible organizations all over the world like New End(London)/The Delaware Contemporary/Adler Planetarium/Mom's Clean Air Force/Lycee Claudel (CA)/Northwestern University/Jeddah Astronomy Society/American Montessori Society/International Planetarium Society/Lycee Francais de Chicago/Institute of Environmental Science for Social Change Philippines/Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. And more people are joining in everyday.
Do I have to use twitter?
Yes. Posting to Sky Day Project can only be done via twitter. If you are new to twitter it is free and easy to use. Sign up for twitter here. If you are a group leader you will be glad to know that anyone you give your group's two special tags to can post to your group via their twitter account anytime anywhere 24/7. Also you people have found they can tweet 50 photos in under 10 minutes if they organized! (Tweeting tips below) It's easy.
But remember to make your photographs all about the sky. The Sky Day Project challenge is to find a spot where your pictures will be about the sky ONLY - nothing else. Any hint of people, lamp posts, mountains, horizons, trees etc. will get weeded out by our filters and will not get into the artwork. (Photo taking guidelines below too!)