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Astronomers Without Borders is all about looking up, and sharing the sky.

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timeanddate is proud to support Astronomers Without Borders, a non-profit organization dedicated to “building and cultivating community through astronomy.”

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Global Astronomy Month 2022

The flagship event of Astronomers Without Borders is Global Astronomy Month, which takes place every year in April. The aim is to encourage everyone to go outside, look up, and share the sky.

The highlights of Global Astronomy Month 2022 included a Venus-Saturn-Mars planetary dance, a partial solar eclipse across southern South America, and a Venus-Jupiter conjunction.

Links to Help You Enjoy Global Astronomy Month

A screenshot from our Night Sky Map showing the partial solar eclipse on April 30—seen here from Comodoro Rivadavia in Argentina.

A screenshot from our Night Sky Map showing the partial solar eclipse on April 30—seen here from Comodoro Rivadavia in Argentina at sunset.

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