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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Suhel Ahmeti

Location:Albania
Joined: 17 August 2016

About

From Pristina, Rep. of Kosovo. Passionate after Science & Astronomy. Official representative and National Coordinator of AWB for Kosovo & Albania. I'm on my final year of graduating at the public University of Pristina. President & founder of the first astronomy club in Kosovo (ACK).

Astronomy Club of Kosovo / Klubi i Astronomëve Amator të Kosovës (ALB), is made of a young group of people who love Astronomy and aim towards bringing the science of Astronomy and its beauty closer to the people of Kosovo, Albania and the region. The group initially came together as only lovers of astronomy, with simple tools that each member of the group had in their homes, slowly growing into a more serious group with scheduled meetings for stargazing, discussions about astronomy and ways that the group can impact the community of both countries. Our NGO has been registered in late 2014, since we have seen interest towards astronomy and realized that we need to grow our community and find ways to support our activities. S.A