Giving a Second Chance - 40,000 glasses recycled, vetted, delivered: the journey from one memorable eclipse to another.

 

 

Woodland Hills Telescope
Woodland Hills Cameras and Telescopes, a leading retailer of equipment for astronomy and photography for more than 50 years, has supported Astronomers Without Borders in numerous ways.

 

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Canadian Telescopes.com is one of Canada’s leading online astronomy retailers, specializing in telescopes, binoculars and portable digital planetariums.

 

Rainbow Symphony
Rainbow Symphony
has been supplying quality specialty optical and related products for over 30 years and have donated items to Astronomers Without Borders projects.

 

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Aug 22

DEVELOPMENT OF FREE DESIGN PLANISPHERE - ASTROEDU - COCCHABAMBA #IAU100

Hi Astronomers! As part of the fre teacher workshop ASTROEDU - COCHABAMBA event, part of the "Open Astronomy Schools" of...

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Aug 12

Exoplanet naming contest

The International Astronomical Union has launched the seconde edition of exoplanet naming. See the official site for more detail: http://www.nameexoworlds.iau.org/...

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Aug 12

Mesurer l'Univers

If you are francophone, don't miss this MOOC from Observatoire de Paris: Mesurer l'Univers Mesurer l'Univers Calendrier: Inscription en cours.......

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Aug 11

Activities in Spain August 2019

1.- Workshop: The phases of La Luna with Oreo cookies, in the Astronomical Group of Huesca 2.- Guided observation of...

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Aug 11

Nights of the Stars august 2019

Hi all, This year, clouds were not too much in the way , we had 2 giant planets, the Moon,...

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Aug 02

Perseids 2019

As every year, in the month of August, we have the classic "Perseids", a stream of meteors that is produced...

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Jul 27

Lecture: The Moon Revisited: 50 Years After Apollo, A Gateway to Mars

This is a free, public program sponsored by www.MontaukObservatory.com Seating is limited. To register for free tickets, go to: https://emmart.eventbrite.com...

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Jul 26

Astronomy and Cloudy Skies

Observational astronomy is one of the most appealing aspects of astronomy. Be it in gazing at the starry skies, looking...

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Jul 26

ASTRONOMY FOR YOUTH – COCHABAMBA, BOLIVIA EVENT #IAU100 #MOONLANDING50

Hello Astronomers! As part of worldwide events in #MoonLanging50 and #IAU100. An event dedicated for youth on development of Astronomy...

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Global Astronomy Month 2019

Global Astronomy Month (GAM), organized each April by Astronomers Without Borders, is the world's largest global celebration of astronomy. With a theme of The Moon, GAM 2019 brings new ideas and new opportunities, again bringing enthusiasts together worldwide to celebrate Astronomers Without Borders' motto One People, One Sky.
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