CAP2018 NEWS

March 23, 2018

Largest Conference for Astronomy Communicators Ever Starts in Fukuoka, Japan

This Saturday, 24 March 2018, the eighth Communicating Astronomy with the Public Conference (CAP) 2018 starts at the Fukuoka City Science Museum, in Japan. This is the largest CAP Conference ever, with around 450 participants from 53 countries across all continents, except Antarctica, attending.

The conference will last five days, from Saturday, 24 March until Wednesday, 28 March, and it is organised under the main theme of “Communicating Astronomy in Today’s World: Purpose & Methods”. The Purpose part of the theme aims to reflect on the many challenges communicators face in the post-truth era and on the role of astronomy communication in this context. The Methods component will look at recommendations from communicators all around the globe, as they come together to share their lessons learnt, insights and foresights.

The conference consists of five plenary sessions with four invited speakers, 22 parallel sessions, including a planetarium session, 24 workshop sessions, four unconference slots and a special session dedicated to the 100 Years Anniversary of the IAU.

Four days of the conference are dedicated to a sub-theme and have one or more invited speakers:

  • Day 1 – Outreach and Informal Education. Invited speaker: Norio Kaifu, Professor Emeritus of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan NAOJ, Advisor to the IAU, writer and lecturer, Japan.
  • Day 2 – Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Empathy in Communicating Astronomy. Invited speakers:
    • Wanda Diaz Merced, Postdoctoral Researcher at the IAU Office of Astronomy for Development, Cape Town, South Africa;
    • Hitoshi Murayama, PhD theoretical physicist, Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and Director of the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe at the University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Day 3 – Using Multimedia, Social Media, Immersive Environments, and other Technologies for Public Engagement with Astronomy. Invited speaker: Dominique Brossard, Professor and Chair in the Department of Life Sciences Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
  • Day 5 – Current Challenges in Astronomy Communication. Invited speaker: Jennifer Ouellette, science writer and author, former science editor of Gizmodo, USA.

Day 4 is fully dedicated to workshops, an important component of the conference, whose aim is to develop participants’ skills by learning from one another.

The Local Organising Committee of the conference has prepared a diverse social programme, meant to immerse participants in the culture of the host country Japan.

Japan was selected as host of this edition of CAP with the goal to reach the Asia-Pacific region and promote an exchange between professionals residing here and elsewhere in the world, strengthening collaboration and increasing diversity within the community.  

Insights from the conference will be published on the conference Twitter channel @CAPConference using the hashtag #CAP2018. Those interested in the conference are invited to also follow the conference Facebook page, join the CAP mailing list, where they can find out about future editions and follow the dedicated C2 website section.

The CAP Conference series is organised by the International Astronomical Union (IAU), through Commission 2 — Communicating Astronomy with the Public. The local organisation of the 2018 edition was led by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) and Fukuoka City, supported by a very strong national and local team of astronomy communicators, city officials and other partners. The Scientific Programme of the conference was led by the C2 CAP Conference Working Group.

More information

The International Astronomical Union (IAU) was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Paris, France. Its mission is to promote and safeguard the science of astronomy in all its aspects through international cooperation. Its individual members – structured into Divisions, Commissions, and Working Groups – are professional astronomers from all over the world who are active in professional research and education in astronomy. The IAU has more than 10,000 members in 98 countries worldwide. The IAU is responsible for naming stars, planets, asteroids and other celestial bodies and collaborates with other scientific organisations all over the world.

The National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) is a leading astronomy research organization, and Fukuoka City, an area with historical connections to science and astronomy, teamed up to bring the international astronomy outreach and education community to Japan to directly experience the latest Japanese and Asian advances in astronomy communication.

Fukuoka City Science Museum has opened in 2017 to bring science to all citizens of, and visitors to, the city. It aims to make science accessible to the public and to provide an environment where children can express their creativity and receive support to follow their dreams for the future.

March 20, 2018

Special dome program presented by Konica Minolta 

Day3, March 26, Monday

13:30~14:00

  Fukuoka City Science Museum opening anniversary program
  “Space frontier astronaut for this step” (30 minutes)

    Japanese navigation and also English, Korean, Mandarin. 
    (available to the first 40 people.) 

18:10~18:53

 Directed by Hiromitsu Kamisaka
      “HORIZON: Beyond the Edge of the Visible Universe” (40 minutes)
       English edition

March 05, 2018

EARLY ONSITE REGISTRATION MARCH 23, 2018, 3pm-9pm

As you know, this CAP Conference will have an overwhelming participation of 400 people from over 45 countries, and we would like you to have a smooth and special registration experience. One day before the start, on March 23, we have prepared special programs for you to enjoy.

This offer is only valid on March 23, from 4 pm to 6 pm, and its first come first served basis.
For the onsite registration, please bring your Registration Number (for example e277).

You will be able to select one option from two planetarium shows, the museum exhibition or Science Hall movie shows displays for free.

1. Fukuoka City Science Museum exhibition room (100 tickets available, on March 23)
Admission until 17:30;

2. Fukuoka City Science Museum dome Dome Theater Tickets (available on March 23);

2-1 17:30 “Memories of dinosaurs(30 tickets available on March 23, with 30 English translator headsets)

2-2 19:00 Spring Starry Sky Live Show (30 tickets, Japanese version)

The Reception Desk opens from 15 o’clock to 21 o’clock on the 6th-floor foyer.

March 01, 2018

PROGRAM BOOK NOW ONLINE

You can find the Program Book HERE.  

February 28, 2018

SATELLITE EVENTS INFORMATION

We would like to share with you all that, as part of the CAP 2018 experience, we are supporting two satellite events in the south of Kyushu Island — we hope you can also join!

*These are self-organized trips. You will need to arrange your own means of transportation.

Astronomy Education Meeting in Kagoshima
After CAP 2018 meeting in Fukuoka, the local organisation wishes to invite all participants to join the “Astronomy Education Meeting in Kagoshima” that will be held on March 30 at Kagoshima University.  Along with various astronomy education activities presented in a casual meeting, this will be a great chance for international educators to contact with local school teachers and vice-versa.

Find more information by visiting the official website here.

Visit the JAXA Tanegashima Space Center

(Registrations now closed.)
You can find additional information here

Jaxa is organising a guided tour (in English) to the JAXA Tanegashima Space Center (the most beautiful launch site in the world!) on the 31 March 2018 at 13:00. It is possible to get to Tanegashima with a ferry from Kagoshima to the city of Nishinoomote, from there is an hour drive. A day-trip from Kagoshima is possible but will be a rushed visit. For that, you need to take a morning ferry (I would recommend 7:45  and take the 17:05 ferry back to Kagoshima). I would recommend staying another day to explore this beautiful island. The trip to the Jaxa Space Center needs to be self-organised.  Please make sure that you double check times since this information might be outdated.

*How to get there?*

By Car
You will need to rent and drive by yourself. Please don’t forget to bring your international driver’s licence. 

Ferry from Kagoshima to Nishinoomote city (Tanegashima Island)
The “Toppy” (トッピー) and “Rocket” (ロケット) Jetfoil ferries can be taken from Kagoshima.
Timetable in Japanese (google translate will be useful): https://www.tykousoku.jp/fare_time/
Pier in Kagoshima: https://goo.gl/maps/CYxjiuARm2R2
(If you have some waiting time, you  can get some coffee or food in this nice cosy cafe: http://good-neighbors.info/
https://foursquare.com/v/good-neighbors/4c37035418e72d7f7bb415f5

 From Nishinoomote city to Jaxa Tanegashima Space Center (and back) :
Best (and possibly only) way to get there is renting a car: NIPPON RENT-A-CAR (https://www.nrgroup-global.com/en/branch.php?id=45)
They have a shuttle from the ferry to and from the Rental car offices and the ferry pier.
The trip from Nishinoomote city to Jaxa Tanegashima Space Center takes around 1hour: https://goo.gl/maps/QHfNmD6y5M42
More information about the Jaxa Tanegashima Space Center: http://global.jaxa.jp/about/centers/tnsc/index.html

*Where to stay in Tanegashima?*
You can stay in the Tanegashima Araki Hotel, which also provides access to the Onsen next door.
https://travel.rakuten.com/hotel/info/29167/
Food: There is an interesting food truck in Tanegashima: Burgers & Craft beers: http://dolphintrip.net/trippers/

Map with additional information about Tanegashima island: http://tanekan.jp/content/files/pdf/map/english.pdf

February 07, 2018

WORKSHOP REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLE

Due to the large number of participants, pre-registration of the CAP2018 workshops is required. Please complete the workshop registration here. The workshops are first-come-first-served. The first deadline of workshop registration is Feb 23.

February 01, 2018

GUIDELINES FOR PROCEEDINGS NOW AVAILABLE

You can find all information HERE.

January 24, 2018

REGISTRATION CLOSES ON 31 JANUARY

Thank you for the overwhelming interest in attending CAP 2018! As the venue has almost reached its capacity limit, conference registration will be closed on Jan 31 23:59 Japan time. We encourage you to register before that date if you still want to attend the conference. Thank you for your understanding.

January 9, 2018

The 2018 edition of the Communicating Astronomy with the Public Conference has received overwhelming interest from professionals around the world. The number of registered participants is much higher than anticipated and it continues to increase. For this reason, the organisers would like to announce that if the venue limit of 400 participants is reached, registration will be closed sooner than 28 February 2018.

We would like to encourage all those who are planning on attending CAP 2018 to pay their registrations fees as soon as possible to secure their spot.

The CAP 2018 programme can be checked here.

We thank you for all your interest and we look forward to seeing you at the conference!

December 28, 2017

The draft program is published at the program page

December 9, 2017

Please find the list of accepted abstracts at accepted submission list (Google Docs)

November 1, 2017

The 2018 National and Local Organizing Committee wanted the CAP 2018 Conference to provide a unique opportunity to promote the development and professionalization of science communication in the Asia-Pacific region. Joint efforts between the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) and Japanese crowdfunding campaigns allowed supporting the attendance of participants from Asia-Pacific countries. [Read more]

November 1, 2017

The CAP 2018 Scientific Organizing Committee (SOC) has received an overwhelming response of more than 90 IAU Travel Grant applications. The SOC is delighted to see the enormous interest in the CAP 2018 conference in Japan. [Read more]

October 17, 2017

During CAP 2018 participants will have access to wireless WiFi accessible at any point from the venue. Unfortunately, a good connection is guaranteed only for a maximum of 50 users simultaneously. As we expect a larger number of participants at CAP 2018, we recommend buying data SIM cards. [Read more]

October 16, 2017

New Deadline: October 18, 2018, 23:59 UTC

15 October is the last day abstracts can be submitted to the Communicating Astronomy with the Public 2018 Conference (CAP 2018). The edition’s theme focuses on current challenges in astronomy communication, what purposes should our field serve in current contexts and what methods are most efficient in achieving our goals. [Read more]

October 2, 2017

15 October is the last day abstracts can be submitted to the Communicating Astronomy with the Public 2018 Conference (CAP 2018). The edition’s theme focuses on current challenges in astronomy communication, what purposes should our field serve in current contexts and what methods are most efficient in achieving our goals. [Read more]

Dr. Brossard, Ph.D., is one of the invited speakers at CAP 2018 in Fukuoka, Japan. In her talk, “Communicating Science in New Media Environments” she will discuss how scientific discourse gets constructed in online environments and stress the aspects that need to be taken into account for successful science communication, based on empirical research findings. [Read more]

September 18, 2017

Renowned theoretical physicist Hitoshi Murayama is one of the CAP 2018 invited speakers. His talk “Dark Side of the Universe for Everybody” will present his methods of using dark matter and dark energy to communicate science and engage the public. [Read more]

September 15, 2017

Communicating Astronomy with the Public 2018 (CAP 2018) in Japan will provide a  unique opportunity to promote the development and professionalization of science communication in the Asia-Pacific region. A joint effort between the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) and a Japanese crowdfunding campaign will allow support for the attendance of participants from developing countries in the region. The deadline to apply has been extended to October 15, 2018. [Read more]

September 14, 2017

Two types of grants are offered by organizers to provide support in attending the Communicating Astronomy with the Public 2018 Conference in Fukuoka, Japan. The deadline for both of them ends on 15 September. [Read more]

September 5, 2017

The Communicating Astronomy with the Public conference will be hosted in Japan, from 24 to 28 March 2018 in Fukuoka, in southern Island of Kyushu. For the 2018 edition a book of proceedings will be available, both as an online version and in print. [Read more]

July 1, 2017

Using Multimedia, Social Media, Immersive Environments, and other Technologies for Public Engagement with Astronomy  [Read more]

CAP2018 NEWS

March 23, 2018

Largest Conference for Astronomy Communicators Ever Starts in Fukuoka, Japan

This Saturday, 24 March 2018, the eighth Communicating Astronomy with the Public Conference (CAP) 2018 starts at the Fukuoka City Science Museum, in Japan. This is the largest CAP Conference ever, with around 450 participants from 53 countries across all continents, except Antarctica, attending.

The conference will last five days, from Saturday, 24 March until Wednesday, 28 March, and it is organised under the main theme of “Communicating Astronomy in Today’s World: Purpose & Methods”. The Purpose part of the theme aims to reflect on the many challenges communicators face in the post-truth era and on the role of astronomy communication in this context. The Methods component will look at recommendations from communicators all around the globe, as they come together to share their lessons learnt, insights and foresights.

The conference consists of five plenary sessions with four invited speakers, 22 parallel sessions, including a planetarium session, 24 workshop sessions, four unconference slots and a special session dedicated to the 100 Years Anniversary of the IAU.

Four days of the conference are dedicated to a sub-theme and have one or more invited speakers:

  • Day 1 – Outreach and Informal Education. Invited speaker: Norio Kaifu, Professor Emeritus of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan NAOJ, Advisor to the IAU, writer and lecturer, Japan.
  • Day 2 – Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Empathy in Communicating Astronomy. Invited speakers:
    • Wanda Diaz Merced, Postdoctoral Researcher at the IAU Office of Astronomy for Development, Cape Town, South Africa;
    • Hitoshi Murayama, PhD theoretical physicist, Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and Director of the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe at the University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Day 3 – Using Multimedia, Social Media, Immersive Environments, and other Technologies for Public Engagement with Astronomy. Invited speaker: Dominique Brossard, Professor and Chair in the Department of Life Sciences Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
  • Day 5 – Current Challenges in Astronomy Communication. Invited speaker: Jennifer Ouellette, science writer and author, former science editor of Gizmodo, USA.

Day 4 is fully dedicated to workshops, an important component of the conference, whose aim is to develop participants’ skills by learning from one another.

The Local Organising Committee of the conference has prepared a diverse social programme, meant to immerse participants in the culture of the host country Japan.

Japan was selected as host of this edition of CAP with the goal to reach the Asia-Pacific region and promote an exchange between professionals residing here and elsewhere in the world, strengthening collaboration and increasing diversity within the community.  

Insights from the conference will be published on the conference Twitter channel @CAPConference using the hashtag #CAP2018. Those interested in the conference are invited to also follow the conference Facebook page, join the CAP mailing list, where they can find out about future editions and follow the dedicated C2 website section.

The CAP Conference series is organised by the International Astronomical Union (IAU), through Commission 2 — Communicating Astronomy with the Public. The local organisation of the 2018 edition was led by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) and Fukuoka City, supported by a very strong national and local team of astronomy communicators, city officials and other partners. The Scientific Programme of the conference was led by the C2 CAP Conference Working Group.

More information

The International Astronomical Union (IAU) was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Paris, France. Its mission is to promote and safeguard the science of astronomy in all its aspects through international cooperation. Its individual members – structured into Divisions, Commissions, and Working Groups – are professional astronomers from all over the world who are active in professional research and education in astronomy. The IAU has more than 10,000 members in 98 countries worldwide. The IAU is responsible for naming stars, planets, asteroids and other celestial bodies and collaborates with other scientific organisations all over the world.

The National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) is a leading astronomy research organization, and Fukuoka City, an area with historical connections to science and astronomy, teamed up to bring the international astronomy outreach and education community to Japan to directly experience the latest Japanese and Asian advances in astronomy communication.

Fukuoka City Science Museum has opened in 2017 to bring science to all citizens of, and visitors to, the city. It aims to make science accessible to the public and to provide an environment where children can express their creativity and receive support to follow their dreams for the future.

March 20, 2018

Special dome program presented by Konica Minolta


Day3, March 26, Monday

13:30~14:00

  Fukuoka City Science Museum opening anniversary program
  “Space frontier astronaut for this step” (30 minutes)

    Japanese navigation and also English, Korean, Mandarin. 
    (available to the first 40 people.) 


18:10~18:53

 Directed by Hiromitsu Kamisaka
      “HORIZON: Beyond the Edge of the Visible Universe” (40 minutes)
       English edition

March 05, 2018

EARLY ONSITE REGISTRATION MARCH 23, 2018, 3pm-9pm

As you know, this CAP Conference will have an overwhelming participation of 400 people from over 45 countries, and we would like you to have a smooth and special registration experience. One day before the start, on March 23, we have prepared special programs for you to enjoy.

This offer is only valid on March 23, from 4 pm to 6 pm, and its first come first served basis.
For the onsite registration, please bring your Registration Number (for example e277).

You will be able to select one option from two planetarium shows, the museum exhibition or Science Hall movie shows displays for free.

1. Fukuoka City Science Museum exhibition room (100 tickets available, on March 23)
Admission until 17:30;

2. Fukuoka City Science Museum dome Dome Theater Tickets (available on March 23);

2-1 17:30 “Memories of dinosaurs(30 tickets available on March 23, with 30 English translator headsets)

2-2 19:00 Spring Starry Sky Live Show (30 tickets, Japanese version)

The Reception Desk opens from 15 o’clock to 21 o’clock on the 6th-floor foyer.

March 01, 2018

PROGRAM BOOK NOW ONLINE

You can find the Program Book HERE.  

February 28, 2018

SATELLITE EVENTS INFORMATION

We would like to share with you all that, as part of the CAP 2018 experience, we are supporting two satellite events in the south of Kyushu Island — we hope you can also join!

*These are self-organized trips. You will need to arrange your own means of transportation.

Astronomy Education Meeting in Kagoshima
After CAP 2018 meeting in Fukuoka, the local organisation wishes to invite all participants to join the “Astronomy Education Meeting in Kagoshima” that will be held on March 30 at Kagoshima University.  Along with various astronomy education activities presented in a casual meeting, this will be a great chance for international educators to contact with local school teachers and vice-versa.

Find more information by visiting the official website here.

Visit the JAXA Tanegashima Space Center

(Registrations now closed.)
You can find additional information here

Jaxa is organising a guided tour (in English) to the JAXA Tanegashima Space Center (the most beautiful launch site in the world!) on the 31 March 2018 at 13:00. It is possible to get to Tanegashima with a ferry from Kagoshima to the city of Nishinoomote, from there is an hour drive. A day-trip from Kagoshima is possible but will be a rushed visit. For that, you need to take a morning ferry (I would recommend 7:45  and take the 17:05 ferry back to Kagoshima). I would recommend staying another day to explore this beautiful island. The trip to the Jaxa Space Center needs to be self-organised.  Please make sure that you double check times since this information might be outdated.

*How to get there?*

By Car
You will need to rent and drive by yourself. Please don’t forget to bring your international driver’s licence. 

Ferry from Kagoshima to Nishinoomote city (Tanegashima Island)
The “Toppy” (トッピー) and “Rocket” (ロケット) Jetfoil ferries can be taken from Kagoshima.
Timetable in Japanese (google translate will be useful): https://www.tykousoku.jp/fare_time/
Pier in Kagoshima: https://goo.gl/maps/CYxjiuARm2R2
(If you have some waiting time, you  can get some coffee or food in this nice cosy cafe: http://good-neighbors.info/
https://foursquare.com/v/good-neighbors/4c37035418e72d7f7bb415f5

 From Nishinoomote city to Jaxa Tanegashima Space Center (and back) :
Best (and possibly only) way to get there is renting a car: NIPPON RENT-A-CAR (https://www.nrgroup-global.com/en/branch.php?id=45)
They have a shuttle from the ferry to and from the Rental car offices and the ferry pier.
The trip from Nishinoomote city to Jaxa Tanegashima Space Center takes around 1hour: https://goo.gl/maps/QHfNmD6y5M42
More information about the Jaxa Tanegashima Space Center: http://global.jaxa.jp/about/centers/tnsc/index.html

*Where to stay in Tanegashima?*
You can stay in the Tanegashima Araki Hotel, which also provides access to the Onsen next door.
https://travel.rakuten.com/hotel/info/29167/
Food: There is an interesting food truck in Tanegashima: Burgers & Craft beers: http://dolphintrip.net/trippers/

Map with additional information about Tanegashima island: http://tanekan.jp/content/files/pdf/map/english.pdf

February 07, 2018

WORKSHOP REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLE

Due to the large number of participants, pre-registration of the CAP2018 workshops is required. Please complete the workshop registration here. The workshops are first-come-first-served. The first deadline of workshop registration is Feb 23.

February 01, 2018

GUIDELINES FOR PROCEEDINGS NOW AVAILABLE

You can find all information HERE.

January 24, 2018

REGISTRATION CLOSES ON 31 JANUARY

Thank you for the overwhelming interest in attending CAP 2018! As the venue has almost reached its capacity limit, conference registration will be closed on Jan 31 23:59 Japan time. We encourage you to register before that date if you still want to attend the conference. Thank you for your understanding.

December 9, 2017

Please find the list of accepted abstracts at accepted submission list (Google Docs)

November 1, 2017

The 2018 National and Local Organizing Committee wanted the CAP 2018 Conference to provide a unique opportunity to promote the development and professionalization of science communication in the Asia-Pacific region. Joint efforts between the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) and Japanese crowdfunding campaigns allowed supporting the attendance of participants from Asia-Pacific countries. [Read more]

November 1, 2017

The CAP 2018 Scientific Organizing Committee (SOC) has received an overwhelming response of more than 90 IAU Travel Grant applications. The SOC is delighted to see the enormous interest in the CAP 2018 conference in Japan. [Read more]

October 17, 2017

During CAP 2018 participants will have access to wireless WiFi accessible at any point from the venue. Unfortunately, a good connection is guaranteed only for a maximum of 50 users simultaneously. As we expect a larger number of participants at CAP 2018, we recommend buying data SIM cards. [Read more]

October 16, 2017

New Deadline: October 18, 2018,
23:59 UTC
We regret to inform that our CAP 2018 website has been experiencing some difficulties in the past hours due to the many requests for submission. We deeply apologize for the inconvenience. The organizing committee has agreed to an extension of the deadline for abstract submission and Asia-Pacific Grant Application. You are welcome to still submit your abstract by following the links available: [Read more]

October 2, 2017

15 October is the last day abstracts can be submitted to the Communicating Astronomy with the Public 2018 Conference (CAP 2018). The edition’s theme focuses on current challenges in astronomy communication, what purposes should our field serve in current contexts and what methods are most efficient in achieving our goals. [Read more]

Dr. Brossard, Ph.D., is one of the invited speakers at CAP 2018 in Fukuoka, Japan. In her talk, “Communicating Science in New Media Environments” she will discuss how scientific discourse gets constructed in online environments and stress the aspects that need to be taken into account for successful science communication, based on empirical research findings. [Read more]

September 18, 2017

Using Multimedia, Social Media, Immersive Environments, and other Technologies for Public Engagement with Astronomy [Read more]

September 15, 2017

Communicating Astronomy with the Public 2018 (CAP 2018) in Japan will provide a  unique opportunity to promote the development and professionalization of science communication in the Asia-Pacific region. A joint effort between the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) and a Japanese crowdfunding campaign will allow support for the attendance of participants from developing countries in the region. The deadline to apply has been extended to October 15, 2018[Read more]

September 14, 2017

Two types of grants are offered by organizers to provide support in attending the Communicating Astronomy with the Public 2018 Conference in Fukuoka, Japan. The deadline for both of them ends on 15 September. [Read more]

September 5, 2017

The proceedings printed copies are included in the registration fee and will be sent to all CAP 2018 participants. [Read more]

July 1, 2017

Using Multimedia, Social Media, Immersive Environments, and other Technologies for Public Engagement with Astronomy  [Read more]