Presented:  August 26 23:00 UTC – August 27 04:00 UTC  or. August 26, 18:00 CDT

100 Hours for 100 Schools is an on-going collaborative program between Global Hands-On Universe (GHOU) and Las Cumbres Observatory (LCO). This program delivers unique activities in astronomy to teachers and students all over the world, with 100 teachers from at least 50 countries being selected. Each participating teacher uses LCO remote telescopes for students to image deep sky objects for use in their classrooms with their students. Students post results in a project Padlet for others participants to review and discuss.