Looking beyond Nov. 3 2013, this thread is about the second Astronomy & Space Science workshop to be held in Libreville (Gabon) in October 2015, following a successful Pan-African 2013 total solar eclipse and scientific workshop in the same city. As a reminder, on November 3rd 2013, Gabon and other countries in Africa experienced a total solar eclipse. This unique opportunity was used to set a significant momentum towards the establishment of a language/regional node for French-speaking Africa and more as well as to organise a successful seven (07) days astronomy and space science workshop in Libreville. We are aiming at a better and more successful one in 2015. Plans are therefore ahead for a second workshop designed to become The Biennial School for Astronomy and Space Science for Central Africa (SASSCA). SASSCA’s aim will be to help develop a regional astronomy & space science research, teaching and outreach hub in (west) central Africa with an initial focal point in Gabon. The intended workshop in 2015 will consist of compact lecture series and activities covering basics of astronomy & space science, to help participants develop and teach high school and/or undergraduate astronomy & space science courses; to start/continue with further astrophysics/space science studies themselves and/or to use these subjects in their professional duties. Modern observational techniques, data reduction and analysis skills, and other key tools in these fields will be introduced. The hands on activities, during the school are aimed at setting the foundations right for future and more advanced regional endeavours in astronomy & space science. The workshop and later on the school (SASSCA) will also aim at dramatically improving the local/regional outreach capacity. This will be a decisive outcome against which to measure the long lasting impact of the workshop as well as the school. Finally, the time will also be used for further networking and strategic planning for astronomy & space science in Central Africa, in collaboration with others in Africa and beyond, in the same city of Libreville in Gabon.