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Each April, Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) organizes Global Astronomy Month (GAM), providing a global audience for dozens of programs. GAM Global Programs fall into three categories: AWB Programs: AWB Programs for GAM2015 are organized solely by the AWB and are organized and conducted solely by AWB. Partner Programs: Partner Programs are organized and conducted jointly by AWB and a partner organization with responsibilities and deliverables agreed upon by both organizations. Associate Programs: Associate Programs are organized and conducted solely by partner organizations. GAM participation provides these programs with international recognition and a wide audience through the same methods as other...

Sponsor Global Astronomy Month 2015! Be a part of the biggest annual worldwide astronomy event. Help make it better than ever! Global Astronomy Month is a great opportunity to reach the broadest possible audience. There is a range of sponsorship opportunities that is sure to have a plan that fits your needs. Contact us for packages that include specific programs or events. Download the Global Astronomy Month sponsorship Package (PDF, 201 KB) For further information, or to discuss options, contact: Mike Simmons President, Astronomers Without Borders Email: Phone: +1 (818) 597 0223 Mobile: +1 (818) 486 7633 Current GAM 2015...

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The GAM 2015 Dark Skies Awareness Blog (GAM DSA Blog) brings you thoughts and programs on increasing awareness of the need for preserving our dark skies and improving conditions in light polluted areas. New posts will be coming out about 3 times a week, so check back regularly for the latest updates on Dark Skies Awareness.

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Jul 05

Annular Solar Eclipse of June 21, 2020 at the MMAO Summary

As the Ailangs school is not yet in session, and the boarding students not yet returned to campus due to...

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Jul 04

Solar Eclipse 2020 real photograph of 98% coverage on 21st June from Kurukshetra, India

Greetings from Team SciComm! It is our immense pleasure to share with you the live experience as well as the...

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Jul 03

QUARANTINE ASTRONOMY - JULY 2020 - BOLIVIA

Hello Astronomers! For sure this period of quarantine was challenging for everyone. Furthermore a positive mind is more than important!...

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Jun 24

Solar Observation

Our nearest star,the Sun is a huge globe of hot gas.This charged gas moves and generates powerful magnetic field.The sun's...

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Jun 23

Using YouTube to maintain outreach activities during Covid-19

I Normally I would be busy with me Mobile Planetarium, but since March I have had no work at all....

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Jun 23

Annular Solar eclipse of June 21,2020

A solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves between the Sun and the Earth.There are three types of solar eclipses...

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Jun 20

African Astronomical Society Eclipse Resources

The African Astronomical Society is coordinating a pan-African public campaign for the 21 June solar eclipse in collaboration with outreach...

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Jun 19

Occultation of Venus by the Moon

4YINFO - today's Occultation of Venus by the Moon - attached my friend's picture (Herbert Raab - Kepler Observatory Linz...

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Jun 16

AWB SERBIA - ASTRONOMY QUIZ ON JUNE 15th 2020

Every 15th of the month, except in April, AWB is organizing a small quiz featuring 10 questions on a selected...

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