Global Astronomy Month is in full swing… Led by Astronomers Without Borders — and supported by timeanddate.com — the event is a global celebration of the Universe. The biggest event in the sky during the month is a conjunction of the Moon and Mars on April 17.
Back in February 2017, an annular solar eclipse swept across the southern hemisphere, and ended at sunset in central Africa. I was privileged to be with a fabulous team of educators at the Instituto Superior de Ciências de Educação do Huambo (ISCED) in Angola. Recently, a teacher at ISCED, Eugênio Calei, contacted me about obtainingContinue reading “Sharing the sky”