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46. Teaching of Astronomy

  • D. G. Wentzel, L. Houziaux, M. Rigutti, W. Buscombe, C. Iwaniszewska, J. Kleczek, E. V. Kononovich, L. Mavridis, S. E. Okoye, B. F. Peery and A. Ringuelet...

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The projects of this Commission are increasingly aimed at the astronomically developing countries. The projects are:

International Schools for Young Astronomers. These are the highest-priority activity of the Commission. They last three weeks, have typically 25 to 35 participants, cover a range of astronomical topics with emphasis on practical training, and are funded by the IAU, UNESCO, and local sources. This report covers three schools: i) La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain, September 1979, participants from Spain, Portugal, Canary Islands and five Latin American countries, ii) Hvar, SR Croatia, Yugoslavia, September – October 1980, participants from Balkan and Mediterranean countries, iii) Helwan Observatory, Cairo, Egypt, participants from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Nigeria, Tanzania, Greece, Portugal, Hungary, China.

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46. Teaching of Astronomy

  • D. G. Wentzel, L. Houziaux, M. Rigutti, W. Buscombe, C. Iwaniszewska, J. Kleczek, E. V. Kononovich, L. Mavridis, S. E. Okoye, B. F. Peery and A. Ringuelet...

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