AWB

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AcronymDefinition
AWBAlgemene Wet Bestuursrecht (Dutch: General Administrative Law Act)
AWBAssociation of Washington Business (Washington state)
AWBAir Waybill (shipping)
AWBAssault Weapons Ban
AWBAustralian Wheat Board
AWBAverage White Band
AWBAutomatic White Balance (cameras)
AWBAfrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (Afrikaans: Afrikaner Resistance Movement; South Africa)
AWBAglets Workbench
AWBAd-Aware Backup File
AWBActive Words Wordbase
AWBAdaptive Web Browser
AWBAutomatic White Balance
AWBA While Back
AWBAirworthiness Bulletin (various organizations)
AWBAlternative Winter Break (various universities)
AWBAttijariwafa Bank (est. 1911; Morocco)
AWBArchitects without Borders (various locations)
AWBAstronomers without Borders
AWBAcupuncturists Without Borders
AWBAnwendungsbeobachtung (German: Observational Study)
AWBAnnual Water Balance (irrigation)
AWBAsian Wetland Bureau
AWBAborigines Welfare Board (Australia)
AWBAssociate Wildlife Biologist (Wildlife Society)
AWBArt without Borders
AWBAmerican Weather Bureau
AWBArrested while Black
AWBAnnulus Wing Block/Valve (petroleum production)
AWBArtificial Water Body
AWBAll Window Blinds (Dublin, Ireland)
AWBAuberge & Spa West Brome (Canada)
AWBAltered Wheel Base (automotive)
AWBAdministrator Work Bench
AWBAngry White Boy
AWBAir Warfare Battlelab
AWBAdvance Wars Bunker (website)
AWBAirborne Weapon Bulletin
AWBAverage White Boat
AWBAmerican Wind Band (Oakbrook Terrace, IL)
AWBAlert Service Bulletin
AWBAdvanced Wide Band (SATCOM)
AWBAuthentication Word Buffer
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Astronomers Without Borders president Mike Simmons adds, “Celestron's commitment to the worldwide astronomy community goes far beyond self-interest, with a long-term vision that promoting astronomy in education and as a hobby will improve participation in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) in the US and around the world.”
Astronomers Without Borders connects people worldwide through innovative programs that are accessible to everyone regardless of geography and culture.
The Astronomers Without Borders OneSky Reflector packs a moderately large 5.1-inch aperture mirror into a collapsible tube design.
Julio Vannini (jvannini@gmail.com) serves as ANASA's president and as representative for the Nicaraguan amateur community in LI ADA and Astronomers Without Borders. Visit his blog at http://ungaman.ivordpress.com or follow him on Twitter@UngaMan.
Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) is an international organization based in California that operates with the motto "One People, One Sky." The telescope, on the other hand, is manufactured in China and imported by Celestron for sale in the United States exclusively by AWB.
Following the idea behind Astronomers Without Borders (www.astrowb.org), I'm confident the night sky works as a bridge between people from different cultures.
Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) has created Global Astronomy Month (GAM) to bring together astronomy clubs and enthusiasts worldwide each April.
In the meantime, Astronomers Without Borders (www.astronomerswithoutborders.org) is conducting several follow-up programs and further developing the international network that has grown out of this truly global effort.
Mike Simmons is co-chair of the 100 Hours of Astronomy Cornerstone Project and president of Astronomers Without Borders (astronomerswithoutborders.org).
The World at Night, or TWAN (www.twanight.org), is a new program developed by the nonprofit group Astronomers Without Borders (www.astronomerswithoutborders.org).
As California amateur Mike Simmons puts it in this month's Focal Point essay about his new venture Astronomers Without Borders (page 102), "We all share the same sky."
Now a newly formed organization, Astronomers Without Borders, will introduce several global programs--and support other organizations--to foster goodwill and friendship through astronomy.