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  • World Space Week On Now!

    World Space Week (WSW) kicked off Tuesday, October 4 with thousands of events globally, inspiring the next generation and celebrating sustainability in space.

    It has been shown that Sustainable Development Goals are positively impacted by the benefits stemming from Earth Observation and Global Navigation System applications. Out of the 169 targets associated with the SDGs, at least 65 (almost 40 per cent) directly benefit from using EO and GNSS services – either helping monitor the status of achievement of a given SDG or actively contributing to its fulfilment. This number is even higher when we include the benefits of space technologies on telecommunications.
    At the same time, Earth’s orbital environment is a limited resource that itself needs to be protected. By ensuring the long-term sustainability of outer space activities, we not only guarantee humanity’s increasing presence in space but we contribute to our socio-economic betterment, as well as the lives of all mankind on Earth.
    Because only through sustainable development Earth, and space, will remain accessible to future generations.

    AWB is proud to be an official partner with WSW and support raising awareness about space, and its role in bringing humanity together. We would love to hear how you plan on taking part in the celebrations.

    Use the following # on all social media before, during and after the event, in order to promote your events. WSW will track them as well.
    #WSW2022 #worldspaceweek #worldspaceweek2022 #spaceandsustainabilitywsw

    Share your member report on your own celebrations either you are hosting or attending.

  • Share Your Observe the Moon Night Story

    Another edition of International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN) has come and gone. Hundreds of celebratory events were held around the world and here at AWB we are excited to hear about your experience.


    Share a Member Report about how you celebrated the moon this past weekend or maybe share a cultural story with your global AWB community. And don't forget to include #InOMN in your report.



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    As a reward for sharing you will receive an NASA/AWB exclusive digital InOMN badge on your community profile.

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