Astronomy societies play a crucial role in public outreach,
education, and community building. To better support these wonderful
organizations, Astrospheric is releasing a new feature called Subspace.
Subspace gives astronomy societies the ability to
communicate, share, and plan amazing events beneath the stars.
Best of all, it's completely free.
Get on the Map
Societies have the option to show up on Astrospheric's map for all users to see.
Spread the word about your club and its upcoming events!
Stay in touch with your friends and fellow society members with chat and image
sharing, all using the Astrospheric app or website.
Heading out for a night under the stars? Let your society know with an event
capturing all of the details. Astronomy societies can even create
public events visible to all Astrospheric users!
Free Astrospheric Professional Society Edition for your members
Astronomy societies may be eligible for the free Society Edition of Astrospheric Professional for all of their member.
This unlocks many professional features so all member can be informed about upcoming weather.
Getting started is easy and can be accomplished using the Astrospheric App or website.
How to create your first Subspace Group
Some groups may be eligible to receive the Society Edition of Astrospheric Professional for free. This allows all of the group members to receive
free weather notifications and additional forecast data so that nobody misses a night of good weather!
Once your group meets the requirements below, then you may submit for review.
The group must represent an official society or club in the US or Canada.
- The Subspace group must have at least 20 active members.
The Subspace group must visible on Astrospheric's map.
The Astrospheric embed control must be displayed on your public facing society/club
website in a prominent position and wherever weather is shown.
Learn how to set it up.
Please Note, this Society Edition of Pro does not include all features that are included in the
paid Professional edition. See the differences here.