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This image shows the lights on Earth as seen in darkness from a satellites orbiting our planet.
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Windows to the Universe is one of the most popular non-profit science education websites in the world, serving over 21 million people annually. We need your help, in addition to the support of our sponsoring institutions and agencies, to keep our website up to date and to support our teacher professional development program. Your support will help us avoid needing to put ads on the site!
Click on the links below to find out how you can make a tax deductible donation to Windows to the Universe, and how your generous contribution will be used. We also welcome corporate and foundation sponsorship from organizations seeking to promote science and technology education. Finally, Windows to the Universe welcomes partnerships with scientists interested in integrating research and education.
Please support us in our efforts to promote education in the Earth and space sciences for learners all over the world!
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