Mike Simmons


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A Standard 6 student looks through a telescope for the first time during a science workshop at Kalinga Primary School in northern Tanzania Ngongongare head girl - Veronica Andrew and head boy Dickson Girard shared their report about the school that said: "We don't have a laboratory for biology, chemistry, and physics. This is a problem for us to learn science theory without practical experience."
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Students enjoy dark sky viewing in Tanzania. Mponda Malazo, AWB's Tanzanian colleague, teaches students about solar dynamics. Another solar viewing telescope with a sun-funnel will be on its way to Tanzania soon.


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About Me

I'm president of Astronomers Without Borders.


Location:Calabasas, CA
United States of America (the)