NEW: Eclipse Glasses Redistribution Program
Astronomers Without Borders will be announcing a program to collect eclipse glasses for distribution to other countries for future eclipses. Hold on to your glasses! Ask the company or organization you got them from if they will be taking part. We will announce details soon after the eclipse. We have corporate partners who will be receiving and processing them for us. Please DO NOT send them to AWB! Sign up for our newsletter for more details or follow us on Facebook.

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Raoul Lannoy, AWB National Coordinator in Belguim, talks about The Day the Earth Smiled.

Mponda Malozo from Tanzania: "The Centre for Science and Telescopes to Tanzania are going to have a huge impact in science teaching... Telescopes to Tanzania shows us how..."

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Future Programs:

Astronomy in Schools in Afghanistan
The Afghanistan Astronomy Association introduces science in Afghanistan schools through astronomy. AWB will be there to help.

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Stars for All
The stars belong to everyone - including the sight-disabled. Stars for all will bring efforts and resources together for the sight-disabled worldwide.

Eyes on ISS
International Space Station observations are submitted from around the world and the stations orbit and physical characteristics are calculated. It's the first step in a program of enthusiasts worldwide measuring the Universe.


 outreach programs that educate, inform and inspire