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PRESS RELEASE ASTRONOMERS WITHOUT BORDERS DISTRIBUTING RECYCLED ECLIPSE VIEWING GLASSES IN SOUTH AMERICA FOR DECEMBER 14 SOLAR ECLIPSE Calabasas, CA, December 11, 2020: Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) is sending recycled eclipse-viewing glasses collected from across the U.S.A., to the people of Argentina and Chile for use during the solar eclipse that crosses the South American continent December 14, 2020. As a total eclipse of the Sun swept across the continental U.S.A. from coast to coast on August 21, 2017, millions of eclipse glasses were used to safely witness this dramatic celestial event. AWB, with support from its long time corporate...

Calabasas, CA, September 28, 2020: Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) is excited to announce the release of our new One People, One Sky video highlighting our non-profit's messaging of how the starry skies has the power to unite people. Our video has been highlighted at a special online event celebrating the United Nation's 75th anniversary. The focus of the program was to discuss astronomy in socioeconomic development of regions around the world, and how it can serve as an inspiration for leading children into STEM fields for their future careers. Thank you to all of the children who contributed their voices,...

Our Statement on Racial Injustice Astronomers Without Borders is dedicated to its core values of promoting diversity, accessibility and inclusion through astronomy to make the world a better place for all. At this extraordinary time of collective focus on social injustice and racial inequality, AWB stands together with our richly diverse global community. Regardless of where it is happening, racism and social injustice against persons of color must end. AWB recommits itself to stand in solidarity with others, and to work tirelessly to help build a more just, equitable and inclusive world. We are one people under one sky, all...

PRESS RELEASE ASTRONOMERS WITHOUT BORDERS DISTRIBUTING RECYCLED ECLIPSE VIEWING GLASSES IN ETHIOPIA FOR JUNE 21 SOLAR ECLIPSE Calabasas, CA, June 18, 2020: Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) is sending recycled eclipse-viewing glasses collected from across the U.S.A., to the people of Ethiopia for use during the solar eclipse that crosses the African continent June 21, 2020. As a total eclipse of the Sun swept across the continental U.S.A. from coast to coast on August 21, 2017, millions of eclipse glasses were used to safely witness this dramatic celestial event. AWB, with support from its long time corporate partner Explore Scientific, launched...

AWB Update - June 6, 2020 “I am very happy to send many greetings and appreciation from my head teacher and staff members for the great support funds from donors that help to facilitate learning during this hard time of pandemic virus COVID-19 for Tanzania students. First of all my head teacher and other members of the staff are very happy and excited for what we're doing because during this time, every one, including institutions in many countries all over the world were without knowing to assist students. But for us it become possible. Therefore they...

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Mar 16

AWB SERBIA - ASTRONOMY QUIZ ON MARCH 15th 2021

Every 15th of the month, except in April, AWB-Serbia is organizing a small quiz featuring 10 questions on a selected...

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Mar 06

Brief Introduction Of Gravitational Waves

Gravitational Waves Introduction Gravitational waves are 'ripples' in space-time caused by some of the most violent and energetic processes in...

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Mar 06

Why do we love all of this!!! / Porque amamos tudo isso!!!

Elon Musk, see how he is serene and calm, he knows what few know, that to build sometimes it is...

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Feb 25

Making of Balloon Powered Rocket

To understand "Newtons Third Law of Motion" we conducted this activity for grade V students

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Feb 22

AWB SERBIA - ASTRONOMY QUIZ ON FEBRUARY 15th 2021

Every 15th of the month, except in April and August, AWB-Serbia is organizing a small quiz featuring 10 questions on...

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Feb 11

Haldia Institute of Management Astronomy Club inaugurates its First Observatory

Haldia Institute of Management Astronomy Club also known as Aryabhatta Asatronomy Club launches its first observatory centre with its Reflector...

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Feb 10

Working in remote area of Pakistan to convey the message of cosmos in regional languages

Working in remote area of Pakistan to convey the message of cosmos in regional languages

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Jan 27

Asteroi Day Brazil 2021 Starts in Goias .

Asteroid day Brazil starts in Goias. Accepting yet another international mobilization challenge at IGTAC, adventure corporation Ira will hold 2021...

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Jan 21

''Un viaje a las estrellas''.

Se realizó el 2do encuentro de charlas astronómicas con los niños del círculo de lectura, la ponencia a cargo del...

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