Promote on Social Media
Use the power of social media to spread the word about your PlanetaryDefenders Watch Party with your community! To get you started, we’ve provided a few sample tweets and Facebook posts.
- Are you ready for the #DARTMission impact? Watch the live broadcast to learn more, and don’t forget to submit your questions to #AskNASA.
- Tune in to NASA TV, NASA YouTube, NASA Twitter and NASA Facebook to watch the live impact broadcast. Have a burning question for our experts? Submit it to #AskNASA and you could have yours answered live!
- Tell everyone about the upcoming #DARTMission impact and live broadcast!
- Host your own Planetary Defenders Watch Party! Are you a #PlanetaryDefender? Take the quiz and get your certificate today!
- Moving space rocks to test #PlanetaryDefense methods? It’s just what we do. And now you can be a part of it! Visit the #DARTMission website to learn more about the mission and how YOU can help make an impact.
Sample Facebook posts:
- We’re having a #DARTMission impact party! Come watch this amazing event with us. Tune in to NASA TV, NASA YouTube, NASA Twitter and NASA Facebook to be a part of the experience. And don’t forget to sign up to be a #PlanetaryDefender! Get your official badge and certificate today.
- Spread the word! Tune in to NASA TV, NASA YouTube, NASA Twitter and NASA Facebook to watch the live impact broadcast on September 26, 2022. Watch history being made as we perform the first-ever kinetic impact test in space.
Hold a Contest
Holding a contest can be a great way to get people excited about your watch party. Announce the winners at your party and offer prizes, big or small. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
- Best promotional poster about DART
- Best short story about DART
- Best edible model design
- Most creative DART model display
- Best song or dance about DART
- Planetary Defenders Watch Party photo contest
- Best technical video about DART
Work with Local Schools, Museums, Science Centers and Community Groups
- Share the resources on this website with your local school districts or after-school groups.
- Work with teachers to prepare their students for your watch party.
- If hosting an event on the day of impact isn’t possible, consider scheduling your party before September 26 to prepare your audience for the live broadcast.