International Dimension

We talked to Edward Hardy, representative in Chile of the Association of American Universities, and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory; Michael Roth, of the Carnegie Institution for Science and in charge of the Magellan Telescopes Giants, who are in fourth region; and Chris Smith, director of the Observatory in Chile Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, AURA, on the 1st. Chilean-American Summit Broadcasting Astronomy Education that takes place next week in Chile.

At this meeting, representatives from both countries will meet with the objective of building a close partnership for the development of astronomical activity and disclosure. The meetings will be held in Santiago, San Pedro de Atacama, in the Coquimbo Region, between Sunday 22 and Saturday 28 March.

Dimensión Internacional

Conversamos con Eduardo Hardy, representante en Chile de la Asociación de Universidades de Estados Unidos, y del Observatorio Nacional de Radio-astronomía; Miguel Roth, de la Institución Carnegie para la Ciencia y a cargo de los Telescopios Gigantes Magallanes, que están en Cuarta Región; y con Chris Smith, director en Chile del Observatorio de la Asociación de Universidades para la Investigación en Astronomía, AURA, sobre la 1ª. Cumbre Chilena-Estadounidense de Difusión de la Educación en Astronomía que se realiza la próxima semana en Chile.

En este encuentro, representantes de ambos países se reunirán con el objetivo de construir una estrecha colaboración para el desarrollo de la actividad astronómica y su divulgación. Las reuniones se llevarán a cabo en Santiago, San Pedro de Atacama, y en la Región de Coquimbo, entre el domingo 22 y el sábado 28 de marzo.

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