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Astronomy enthusiasts love to share their passion for astronomy with others, and to encourage others to make the night sky a part of their lives. Resource-sharing programs provide the opportunity to share knowledge, experience, digital materials, printed matter, equipment, and more. Whether it’s basic necessities for astronomy clubs, materials for schools in need, or sharing the experiences of different cultures, we all have resources that are treasures to others.

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Jun 18

ASTRONOMERS WITHOUT BORDERS DISTRIBUTING RECYCLED ECLIPSE VIEWING GLASSES IN ETHIOPIA FOR JUNE 21 SOLAR ECLIPSE

PRESS RELEASE ASTRONOMERS WITHOUT BORDERS DISTRIBUTING RECYCLED ECLIPSE VIEWING GLASSES IN ETHIOPIA FOR JUNE 21 SOLAR ECLIPSE Calabasas, CA, June 18, 2020: Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) is sending recycled eclipse-viewing...

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Jun 11

Distance Learning Update in June

by Kai Staats

AWB Update - June 6, 2020 “I am very happy to send many greetings and appreciation from my head teacher and staff members for the great support funds from...

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Jun 11

Distance Learning in May

by Kai Staats

AWB Update - Five weeks ago, on April 19, the MMAO Ambassadors held our regular weekly Skype call. And in that call we initiated a distance learning program, starting with...

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Jun 11

Distance Learning with MMAO

by Kai Staats

AWB Update - In April the MMAO Astronomy Teacher Ambassadors moved to distance learning. Read about their challenges and how they have engaged their students in the following posts: April...

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Jun 11

The Biggest, Brightest Super Moon of 2020!

by Kai Staats

AWB Update - April 7, 2020 Tonight we can enjoy the biggest, brightest super-moon of 2020! An introduction the event is provided at EarthSky Full moons at apogee, or farthest...

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Jun 10

Making Water Rockets at Iboru, Tanzania

by Kai Staats

AWB Update - In March Eliatosha Maleko, Astronomy Ambassador to MMAO and instructor at the Ilboru Primary School worked with his students to design, construct, and launch water rockets. Read...

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