needs you!. Get involved with your IYA2009 National Activities. Hawaii Tribune Herald – 21 August 2008. Write an article about astronomy or IYA2009 in your local newspaper. ESO Open Day. Help organise star parties or open doors, particularly during 100 Hours of Astronomy.
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Write an article about astronomy or IYA2009 in your local newspaper.
Help organise star parties or open doors, particularly during 100 Hours of Astronomy.
Give talks to local astronomy clubs, science centres, schools, planetariums, cultural centres and astrocafés.
Start a blog! Link it with Cosmic Diary!
UNAWE Germany schools, planetariums, cultural centres and astrocafés.
Go to schools and run astronomy themed activities.
TWAN – World at Night schools, planetariums, cultural centres and astrocafés.
Support amateur astronomy societies.
Encourage work experience for high school and undergrad students in your institution.
How managers can contribute to IYA2009 students in your institution.
Laurie Anderson - NASA's first Artist In Residence
Encourage “artists in residence” programme in the organisations or institutions.
Michel Gondry – MIT’s Artist In Residence
From Earth to the Universe – 2008 - Liverpool, UK students in your institution.
Host exhibitions of astronomical images produced by your institution or From Earth to the Universe or The World at Night.
UNAWE Meeting students in your institution.
Liaise with partner organisations, share resources and mount joint events.
Our dream is to see every astronomer in the world involved in the International Year of Astronomy 2009.