Category Archives: 2014

I teach astronomy because…

This post was written by Jeremy Exelby. He grew up in Southern Africa where clear night skies stimulated an interest in astronomy that has remained with him ever since. Jeremy has worked in several countries in both hemispheres, and currently teaches close to the equator. He has made a number of optical and radio telescopes, and […]

Portuguese project update: eFormação

eFormação de Professores em S. Tomé e Príncipe De 12 de Novembro a 3 de Dezembro decorreu no Príncipe a eFormação de Professores realizada no âmbito do projeto realizado pelo NUCLIO – Núcleo Interativo de Astronomia, GTTP – Galileo Teacher Training Program e o OAD – Office of Astronomy for Development. A eformação teve o […]

Astrophysics Conference and Autumn School in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

The National University of Mongolia, the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, and the East Asian Regional Node (EA-ROAD) recently hosted the first and largest conference in astrophysics in Mongolia. Prior to the start of the conference, the organizers held an Autumn School on binary and multiple stars for Mongolian and international astrophysics students. The formal conference […]