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Rethinking Tourism in Africa by BBC

From stargazing trips to plans for a brand-new museum of evolution, we hear from the people changing perceptions around holidays in sub-Saharan Africa. Safari tours aren’t going away, but the industry is changing and that’s good news for Africa’s underperforming tourism sector. Vivienne Nunis… Continue Reading “Rethinking Tourism in Africa by BBC”

The Nairobi Planetarium

The Nairobi Planetarium is now OPEN!!! Come with us to a journey through the Solar System, the Milky Way and many more wonders of the Universe. Visit The Nairobi Planetarium and enjoy a guided tour of our virtual sky. Learn about planets, moons and… Continue Reading “The Nairobi Planetarium”

Airbus little engineer program

The Travelling Telescope is excited to partner with Airbus Foundation and Little Engineers and invite students to their FREE virtual 3D modelling program suitable for learners aged 10+.We will introduce students to the aerospace and engineering industry and demonstrate the role of 3D modelling… Continue Reading “Airbus little engineer program”


Check out our new fun space song, The eclipse song and sing along with your little ones. We have created  simple fun space songs for young kids to sing along and learn about the Eclipse and the Sun. This is a first creation of… Continue Reading “SpaceSongs”


Airbus Foundation Discovery Space is an online portal that helps students understand science through a world of aerospace. As the youth partners of Airbus Foundation we invite teachers and parents to engage students with STEM. If you would like to explore this project with… Continue Reading “AFDS”


Cosmic Quiz Live !!!!!! The Cosmic Quiz Live is a bi-weekly astronomy live online quiz for families and friends. Buzz in with the correct answer and let the world witness you win. Previous participants were India, South Africa, Canada,  USA, Britain, Scotland, France, Ghana,… Continue Reading “CosmicQuiz”


This is a student from a rural school in Kenya’s Maasai Mara region observing the Moon – you can see its bright light in his eye.  The school has few resources but the students are very keen to discover more from this practical astronomy… Continue Reading “Experience”



We partner with Airbus Foundation and The Little Engineer to bring an up-to-date robotics and space workshop to schools across Kenya.  There is no better way to engage students with their future than by exposing them to the possibilities of technology with hands on-activities.


We take our project all over, and frequently find ourselves sharing experiences and thoughts with a hugely diverse range of people, from primary school children in Nairobi to Maasai Elders in the Rift Valley.

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