During January 8-9, 2015, we hosted an international group of astronomers at Yale-NUS and at NUS to discuss new forms of global astronomy projects. The visiting scientists represented observatories from Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey, India, and California. Our group planned some coordinate observations for March 2015 which will involve telescopes from around the world viewing Jupiter 24 hours a day, and constructing a “weather map” of Jupiter that will enable astronomers to learn more about the drift of storm centers on Jupiter. We were joined by Glenn Orton, a senior scientist from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and these observations will be helpful to support the upcoming NASA mission known as Juno, which will encounter Jupiter in July 2016. Chris Go, world famous amateur astronomy imager gave a workshop on high resolution imaging of Jupiter as well. It was a great meeting! You can learn more about our network – with the acronym GONSSO – at our site http://gonsso.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg.