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Cornwall – Sea to Stars

16 May 2017, 09:30 UTC
Cornwall – Sea to Stars

Cornwall – Sea to Stars
Europlanet 2020 RI is a partner in a new project to bring astronomy and geology to one of the remotest parts of the UK. ‘Cornwall – Sea to Stars’ has been awarded a grant of £30,000 by the Royal Astronomical Society as part of the RAS200 Sky & Earth project to celebrate the Society’s 200th anniversary.
‘Cornwall – Sea to Stars’ will create an interactive, mobile science outreach unit showcasing the best of Cornwall’s geology and astronomy. It will use both existing and new networks of community groups and trained volunteers to roll out a program of events. The unit will travel to many remote locations in the county to engage Cornwall’s varied and often disparate communities with astronomy and geophysics. The unit will be equipped with themed and interchangeable ‘modules’ that will allow community groups and trained volunteers to present topics in a fun but professional manner.
Europlanet will be providing planetary science resources and science communication training. We look congratulate all the winners of the RAS200 awards and look forward to working with the ‘Cornwall – Sea to Stars’ team!

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