Saint John Astronomy Club Website Stats~

~May 2018~

Overall Website Traffic~

Photo of website stats for the SJAC--May 2018 [lookback as of June 1, 2018].

Top Pages Visited in May 2018~
Home page

Top Downloads for May 2018~
/Fundy National Park Google Earth.pdf
/Kepler Space Telescope.pdf
/The Maine Solar System Model.pdf
/Fundy National Park Map.pdf
/Free Astronomy Workshops-Astrophotography-Equipment.pdf
/Free Astronomy Workshops-Astrophotography-Images.pdf
/Mount Carelton Google Earth Map.pdf
/Horizon Eclipse 2017.pdf
/SJAC Calendar May 2018.pdf
/Horizon-Autumn-Newsletter 2017.pdf
/Free Astronomy Workshops-Telescope Basics.pdf

~Last Year, 2017–January to December~

Overall Stats for the Saint John Astronomy Club for 2017

Overall, 2017 was a successful year for our little website. Interest in the eclipse in August, three free astronomy courses offered by Paul Owen and Curt Nason, an active Outreach season, good media coverage, and interest generated by Facebook Live feeds via Astronomy by the Bay all contributed. The overall efforts of an active group of individuals pulling in the same direction speak for themselves.

2016–January to December

Outreach Stats for RASC.NB Province Wide Events~

Photo showing Outreach Stats for the RASC.NB--2017[click to enlarge]

A different kind of Outreach~

Photo showing an ongoing Facebook Live feed by Astronomy by the Bay.

A Facebook Live Feed provides a unique opportunity for people all across Canada and the globe to look through telescopes. Chris Curwin from Astronomy by the Bay has been sharing his views through FB Live and the results are astounding. Over 130,000 views from April 2 to November 12, 2017, with 39,100 tuning in on the Eclipse Day alone!

[file says Aug 30 at top, it actually goes to November]

In addition to the Facebook Live feeds, Chris Curwin clocked an amazing 3,393 views at his scope(s) at Saints Rest Beach in Saint John during 2017!

View in pdf or Excel.

Bringing Astronomy to Southern New Brunswick, Canada