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FM14 Session 2: Communicating Astronomy in our Changing World

  • William H. Waller (a1), Lina Canas (a2), Hidehiko Agata (a3), Hitoshi Yamaoka (a3), Shigeyuki Karino (a4), Davide Cenadelli (a5), Andrea Ettore Bernagozzi (a5) (a6), Jean Marc Christille (a5), Matteo Benedetto (a5), Matteo Calabrese (a5), Paolo Calcidese (a5), Richard Gelderman (a7), Saeko S. Hayashi (a8) (a9) (a10), Donald Lubowich (a11), Thomas Madura (a12), Carol Christian (a13), David Hurd (a14), Ken Silberman (a15), Kyle Walker (a16), Shannon McVoy (a17), Robert Massey (a18), Bogumił Radajewski (a19), Maciej Mikołajewski (a20) (a21), Krzysztof Czart (a20) (a21), Iwona Guz (a19), Adam Rubaszewski (a19), Tomasz Stelmach (a19), Rosa M. Ros (a22), Ederlinda Viñuales (a23), Beatriz Garca (a24), Yuly E. Sánchez (a25), Domínguez Santiago Vargas (a26), Cesar Acosta (a27), Nayive Rodríguez (a28), Aswin Sekhar (a29) (a30), Maria Sundin (a31), Petra Andersson (a32), Christian Finnsgård (a33), Lars Larsson (a34), Ron Miller (a35), Akihiko Tomita (a36) and Yogesh Wadadekar (a37)...

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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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FM14 Session 2: Communicating Astronomy in our Changing World

  • William H. Waller (a1), Lina Canas (a2), Hidehiko Agata (a3), Hitoshi Yamaoka (a3), Shigeyuki Karino (a4), Davide Cenadelli (a5), Andrea Ettore Bernagozzi (a5) (a6), Jean Marc Christille (a5), Matteo Benedetto (a5), Matteo Calabrese (a5), Paolo Calcidese (a5), Richard Gelderman (a7), Saeko S. Hayashi (a8) (a9) (a10), Donald Lubowich (a11), Thomas Madura (a12), Carol Christian (a13), David Hurd (a14), Ken Silberman (a15), Kyle Walker (a16), Shannon McVoy (a17), Robert Massey (a18), Bogumił Radajewski (a19), Maciej Mikołajewski (a20) (a21), Krzysztof Czart (a20) (a21), Iwona Guz (a19), Adam Rubaszewski (a19), Tomasz Stelmach (a19), Rosa M. Ros (a22), Ederlinda Viñuales (a23), Beatriz Garca (a24), Yuly E. Sánchez (a25), Domínguez Santiago Vargas (a26), Cesar Acosta (a27), Nayive Rodríguez (a28), Aswin Sekhar (a29) (a30), Maria Sundin (a31), Petra Andersson (a32), Christian Finnsgård (a33), Lars Larsson (a34), Ron Miller (a35), Akihiko Tomita (a36) and Yogesh Wadadekar (a37)...

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