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FM14 Session 2: Communicating Astronomy in our Changing World

Conference paper
Authors William H. Waller
Lina Canas
Hidehiko Agata
Hitoshi Yamaoka
Shigeyuki Karino
Davide Cenadelli
Andrea Ettore Bernagozzi
Jean Marc Christille
Matteo Benedetto
Matteo Calabrese
Paolo Calcidese
Richard Gelderman
Saeko S. Hayashi
Donald Lubowich
Thomas Madura
Carol Christian
David Hurd
Ken Silberman
Kyle Walker
Shannon McVoy
Robert Massey
Bogumił Radajewski
MacIej Mikołajewski
Krzysztof Czart
Iwona Guz
Adam Rubaszewski
Tomasz Stelmach
Rosa M. Ros
Ederlinda Viñuales
Beatriz Garca
Yuly E. Sánchez
Domínguez Santiago Vargas
Cesar Acosta
Nayive Rodríguez
Aswin Sekhar
Maria Sundin
Petra Andersson
Christian Finnsgård
Lars Larsson
Ron Miller
Akihiko Tomita
Yogesh Wadadekar
Published in Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union
ISSN 1743-9213
Publication year 2018
Published at Department of Physics (GU)
Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science
Language en
Links https://doi.org/10.1017/S1743921319...
Keywords astronomy education, astronomy for development, astronomy outreach
Subject categories Astronomy

Abstract

© International Astronomical Union 2020. As the IAU heads towards its second century, many changes have simultaneously transformed Astronomy and the human condition world-wide. Amid the amazing recent discoveries of exoplanets, primeval galaxies, and gravitational radiation, the human condition on Earth has become blazingly interconnected, yet beset with ever-increasing problems of over-population, pollution, and never-ending wars. Fossil-fueled global climate change has begun to yield perilous consequences. And the displacement of people from war-torn nations has reached levels not seen since World War II.

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