AWB’s programs bring us together to share the sky with each other and those around us, without political, geographic, or cultural borders. Through these contacts we learn about each other, and stereotypes and misunderstandings are replaced with reality and empathy.
Global Astronomy Month is the world’s largest annual celebration of astronomy. Whether local events or online, watching or sharing, science or art, there’s something for everyone.
The Astronomers Without Borders global community is at the heart of everything we do. Bringing the community together through astronomy fosters friendship, understanding, and good will. Programs and activities are made possible by the participation of AWB members.
A bright fireball over Espirito Santo, Brazil on October 20. Exoss.org captures this fiery meteor entering our atmosphere from the tail of Halley's comet as part the Orionids that peaked October 20 - 22. Check out their video!
AWB serbia publishes ebook for world space week
Liliana Gracanin puts together ebook of submissions from Serbian participants in World Space Week. Drawings, pictures, poetry, stories and articles were assembled to create an 84 page ebook for you to download in Serbian.
star party for the small
The Cipriano Manrique's First Grade school students enjoyed an astronomical observation in Urb. Borinquen Valley of Caguas, Puerto Rico. These first graders were treated to rings of the planet Saturn and its moon Titan seen of telescope by amateur Astrophotographer and communicator Fernando Roquel Torres while Professor Erica Correa Felix talked about meteorites.