Contact   Donate      Sign Up

A showing of the film followed by a panel discussion
of astronauts and Overview Effect commentators
Sponsored by The Overview Institute, Astronomers Without Borders,
and Yuri’s Night

Overview small

Since its premiere on December 7, 2012, “Overview,” a film by Planetary Collective, has garnered 1.7 million plays on Vimeo. This extraordinary work brings home the power of the Overview Effect, its impact on those who experience it, and implications for the future of our planet.

“Overview” will be featured in a two-hour online event on April 12 as part of AWB’s “Global Astronomy Month” from 14:30 to 16:30 UT, and recorded for playback during Yuri’s Night festivities.

Translate Universal Time (UT) to your time

Confirmed participants as of April 4, 2013 include:

Frank White, author, The Overview Effect: Space Exploration and Human Evolution: Moderator
Guy Reid, director, “Overview”: Speaker

Panelists:
Edgar Mitchell: Apollo 14 astronaut
Byron Lichtenberg: STS-9, STS-45 astronaut
David Beaver: Co-founder, the Overview Institute

Other panelists may be added prior to the showing.

 

Comments

    You need to be logged in to leave a comment

    About AWB

    Astronomers Without Borders is a global astronomy community. Astronomy enthusiasts, educators, and others worldwide come together in programs based on our common interest in astronomy.

    Read More

    Get Involved

    Join Astronomers Without Borders worldwide astronomy community. Get the latest news and program updates, and take part. Join as an individual or affiliate group, or donate to become a sponsor or supporter.

    Read More

    Latest News

    Apr 30

    AWB @ NEAF

    Our president, Mike Simmons represented Astronomers Without Borders at NEAF this year held in New York. He manned our booth and spread the word about our international outreach. Here's his report: "The Northeast Astronomy Forum (NEAF), was held in northern... Read More...

    Apr 30

    Mike In Brazil

    Our president, Mike Simmons visited friends in Brazil during GAM 2015 representing Astronomers Without Borders. Here's a report of his trip. "It was a pleasure to attend the International Meeting of Astronomy and Astronautics in Campos dos Goytacezes, Brazil this... Read More...

    Apr 29

    Melanie King - Largest Ever Cyanotype

    This week Melanie King features her work with cyanotype, when the paper is exposed to ultraviolet light (usually from the Sun), a chemical reaction takes place resulting in an insoluble blue dye know as "prussian blue". Using the same technique,... Read More...

    Current Projects & Events

    Global Astronomy Month 2015

    Global Astronomy Month (GAM), organized each April by Astronomers Without Borders, is the world's largest global celebration of astronomy. GAM 2015 will bring new ideas and new opportunities, again bringing enthusiasts together worldwide to celebrate Astronomers Without Borders' motto One People, One Sky . See below for GAM programs and GAM-related news (coming soon). Some important dates are on the  Program Schedule now, with n ew programs being added all the time.
    Learn More

    Geminis 2010

    Poster credit: Azhy Hasan ( Download print version ) Earth encounters the Geminid Meteor Shower each December. For 2010, this shower will begin December 7th and end around December 17th. To celebrate this event, AWB is spearheading a new project called Meteors Without Borders (MwB), scheduled for the peak of the shower on December 13th and 14th. Most meteor showers originate from the dust left behind by a comet. However, this one is birthed from an asteroid called 3200 Phaethon—a near-Earth (or Earth-crossing) asteroid that lives in the intermediate main belt. 3200 Phaethon is also called an Apollo asteroid (Palladian...
    Learn More

    Name Your Crater on Mars In "Astronomers Without Borders"

    Now you can not only name a crater on Mars on Uwingu's new map but you can have "Astronomers Without Borders" as part of its Martian address! The first Province to be given a name on this new map of Mars has been named in honor of Astronomers Without Borders, and when you name a crater there you not only support the Uwingu Fund for astronomy research, education, and public outreach, but 10% goes directly to AWB's global programs. If you haven't named a Mars crater yet then this is the time - and the place - to do it....
    Learn More

    Social Media Updates