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Celebrate Global Astronomy Month!
Everything you need to know is on the GAM website

Astronomers Without Borders is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing people together from around the world through our common interest in astronomy. We have programs underway and in development with partners worldwide, including Global Astronomy Month - the world's largest celebration of astronomy - which builds on the unprecedented attention paid to astronomy during the International Year of Astronomy 2009.  All programs are worldwide, accessible to anyone, and intended to connect us all through our common interest in the night sky and our place in the Universe.

Your support can help us continue what we do, and enable so much more . Be a part of the Astronomers Without Borders worldwide effort. Help build bridges between countries and cultures - through the sky.

How can you help while becoming a part of the growing worldwide astronomy community?

Membership
Join us.  Become a member.
Free Regular Membership to become a part of the community.
Supporting Memberships at various levels to help AWB and others.
Your choice. Open to all individuals and astronomy-related groups.

Equipment Donation
Do you have equipment in good condition you no longer use?
Donate your used equipment to AWB.

Donation
Want to help but don't want to join?  Donate.

Founder's Circle
An opportunity to help AWB transform to a professionally-run, fully-staffed organization
with sufficient resources to enhance and expand AWB programs into the future.
Find out more about the AWB Founder's Circle.

Sponsorship
Associate your company with the leading organization in worldwide astronomy programs.
Sponsor AWB or an individual program such as Global Astronomy Month.

For more information and questions about suupporting Astronomers Without Borders, contact President Mike Simmons

Astronomers Without Borders is a California-based tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable corporation.

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Apr 21

Astronomical Observation of Club de Ciencia Boadilla on April 20th 2018

Club de Ciencia Boadilla has organized a public astronomical observation on the night of Friday April 20th, in a public...

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Apr 21

Astronomical Camp for People with Hearing Disabilities in Oman

On Thursday 19th of April, as part of the Second Student Astronomy Festival, Oman Astronomical Society organized for the first...

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Apr 21

Bramon Gunstar DSO 01 Inauguration was a Success

With this station Goias enters the scenario of the monitoring with the Brazilian meteorological monitoring network Bramon, this network is...

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Apr 20

Global Star Party 2018 en España

Todo listo para celebrar el Día Internacional de la Astronomía. En España se han sumado entidades de divulgación de astronomía...

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Apr 20

Concurso de frases inspiradoras a la noche oscura

La Semana Internacional del Cielo Oscuro, promocionada por la International Dark-Sky Association (IDA), fue creada en 2003 por una estudiante...

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Apr 17

Adventures in Pirenópolis was a success. 3 Super Gunstar Academy Academy It was a success.

3 days of lots of adventure relying on nature photography and astrophotography a wonderful and fun event for the whole...

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Apr 16

Educational visit at Astronomical Institute of Romanian Academy

Today April 16 th , 2018 Astroclubul Bucuresti, Romania organized an educational visit of 30 children at the Astronomical Institute...

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Apr 16

Astronomical Observations in Romania (Comana)

On the 14 th of April 2018, some members of Astroclubul Bucuresti, Romania spent one night under the stars in...

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Apr 14

Journey in The Night Sky - Students of University - Guerrara

On 28 March 2018 , at Elhayat Institute - Guerrara, Algeria The Astronomic Club of Association Angham Elhayat organized for...

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