×

Message

There are currently no media kit items

Modern digital mobile devices have advanced to the point that it is possible to snap pleasing images of the starry skies. Using nothing more than a simple smartphone, you can capture surprisingly detailed wide-angle photographs of not only the brightest stars, constellations and planets, but also the fainter background Milky Way, meteors and aurora too. While your photos won't match the Hubble Space Telescope or those taken by astrophotography professionals using advanced DSLR camera setups, you can create pleasing night sky portraits no matter where you live– with just your phone and a few simple tricks. Here are 5 key...

The Great American Eclipse 2017 is almost upon us and AWB has so many programs that you can participate in. Check them all out!

Astronomers Without Borders is excited to implement the Building on the Eclipse Education program, in partnership with Astronomical Society of the Pacific and Science Technology Advanced Resource, Inc., through the generous support of Google. The program is designed to allow educators and their audiences to take a voyage of discovery using sunlight. Inspired by the total solar eclipse this August, you can continue to “look up” and learn more about the nearest star, our Sun. Join us in a network of educators and scientists to connect people through astronomy! This free program provides: Educational resources that address Next Generation Science...

// Occurs before the form is loaded function before_load() { } // Occurs just before submitting the form function before_submit() { } // Occurs just before resetting the form function before_reset() { } @media screen and (max-width: 480px) { .wdform-field-section-break { max-width: 220px !important; } .wdform_page { padding: 0 !important; } .wdform-element-section { max-width: 285px; min-width: 150px !important; } div{ max-width: 280px; } .wdform-field{ max-width: 285px; } } @media screen and (min-width: 481px) and (max-width: 768px) { div{ max-width:480px; } } .g-recaptcha > div { height: inherit !important; } #form13 .recaptcha_input_area input{height:initial !important;}#form13 input{border:none !important;outline:none !important;}#form13 input{border:none !important;outline:none !important;}#form13 a.ui-spinner-button{border-radius:0px...

Last total solar eclipse to touch continental USA was Feb. 26, 1979, in Pacific Northwest.

Member Reports

View All
Feb 12

AWB SERBIA - ASTRONOMY QUIZ ON JANUARY 15th 2018

Every 15th of each Month, except in April, the Serbian AWB organize a small quiz with 10 questions with one...

Read More...
Feb 07

Super Blue Blood Moon 2018

Hi, fellows of Cyberspace, today I want to share with you my photos, videos and the experience of seeing a...

Read More...
Jan 31

Blue Blood Supermoon Eclipse

Shot this morning from Whitewater, California (funny, it doesn't look bluish)

Read More...
Jan 15

The first Austrian Space Ball

This weekend 13.01.2018 - 14.01.2018 the first Austrian Space Ball happened. This extraordinary ball – the first Austrian Space Ball,...

Read More...
Jan 11

NEW YEAR GIFT

Every 15th of each Month, except in April, the Serbian AWB organizes a small quiz with 10 questions with one...

Read More...
Dec 05
2017

"In Flight Call" to ISS at AEC-Linz

Following a short report and some images from yesterday's event at Ars Electronica Center (AEC) Linz / AUSTRIA AEC is...

Read More...
Nov 24
2017

Brazilian Astronomy Day - Dia nacional da Astronomia.

In celebration of the National Astronomy Day, clubs, observatories, planetariums and various institutions in Brazil organize events to celebrate the...

Read More...
Nov 02
2017

The Jovian System

The Jovian System is oil paint on board. Jupiter and its 69 moons are painted to scale with eachother. The...

Read More...
Oct 24
2017

International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN) 2017

Este próximo Sábado 28 de Octubre se celebró la Noche Internacional de la Observación a La Luna, un evento promovido...

Read More...

Current Projects & Events

Social Media Updates