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Didactic applications of remote and robotic observatories

 Nowadays the use of remote and robotic observatories for astronomy education and public outreach has become a reality. Students can access these resources from their schools by using the Internet, regardless of the geographic location. Teachers have a wide range of educational and outreach projects that can be implemented in the classroom.

In the poster are displayed, from a general point of view, the most common approaches adopted; as well as, in particular, the potential synergies between them. As an example of this it is presented the new CESAR project (Cooperation through Education in Science and Astronomy Research) and the synergies with PARTNeR project (Proyecto Académico con el Radio Telescopio de NASA en Robledo – Educational Project with NASA’s Radio Telescope at Robledo).

Donwload poster (Juan Ángel Vaquerizo)

Link: Spanish Astronomical Society

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