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Amateur Astronomy Network Development in Indonesia

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 March 2015

Avivah Yamani
langitselatan, astronomy education and communication media
Hakim L. Malasan
Astronomy Division and Bosscha Observatory, Institut Teknologi Bandung
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Indonesia is a very big country with over 238 million people. And we only have one higher learning institution on astronomy, so how do we reach and convey astronomical information effectively to the whole country? The answer lies in Astronomy Clubs who play an increasingly important role to communicate and educate the public. As part of South East Asia, Indonesia is actively involved in the region to develop astronomy.

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