Galaxy Forum Japan – Cumulative

Galaxy Forum Japan 2012 – Tokyo

Saturday 10 Nov 2012 (3:00-5:00pm) @ Science Agora 2012, Miraikan National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

Galaxy Forum Japan 2012 Tokyo, Science Agora
ILOA has succeeded in coordinating Galaxy Forum Japan 2012 as part of the major national science festival called Science Agora at Miraikan. Held annually since 2006, Science Agora has continued to be one of the leading science communication events in Japan. Last year the event hosted 194 programs offered by 183 organizing parties; there were roughly 1,700 exhibitors serving more than 5,000 visitors during the three days.

The Galaxy Forum program includes:

Misuzu Onuki, Space Frontier Foundation: Forum Moderator

Steve Durst, ILOA / Space Age Publishing: ILO First Light Galaxy Imaging and 21st Century Education

Dr. Hidehiko Agata, NAOJ: Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) / Japan Participation

Daigo Fujita, Leave a Nest Co., Ltd: Why Leave a Nest’s Space Education Project Engaged So Many People?

Japanese Language Version:

English Language Version:

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Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 – Tokyo

Saturday 10 December 2011 (1:00-5:00pm) @ Miraikan: National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

Galaxy Forum Japan 2011

ILOA Galaxy Forum returns to Japan with the intention of advancing 21st Century Education and renewal for the future of Japan. Our dedicated team of local experts and organizers includes: Misuzu Onuki the Asia Regional Coordinator for the Space Frontier Foundation, Dr. Toshihiro Handa of Kagoshima University and Tomonori Hayakawa a Science Communicator for Miraikan. The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, known as Miraikan, is an amazing facility for the people and particularly the youth of Japan.

The provisional program this year includes:

Misuzu Onuki, Space Frontier Foundation: Forum Moderator

Steve Durst, ILOA / Space Age Publishing: ILO First Light Galaxy Imaging and the ILOA 3 Missions

Dr. Hidehiko Agata, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan: “You are Galileo!” Project

Yuko Okayama, Miraikan Science Communicator: Miraikan’s Galaxy


Dr. Toshiaki Takemae, JAXA and Young Astronauts Club: TBD (Space Exploration / Education)

Prof. Junya Terazono, the Database Lab & CAIST/ARC-Space, The University of Aizu: Hayabusa: The Legacy and Future of Space Education and Outreach

Jon Lomberg, Hawaii Artist and Galaxy Garden founder: Galaxy Garden Hawaii & Planning for Galaxy Garden Japan

See our flier for the event below (click image for full-size):

Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 - Flier

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Galaxy Forum Japan 2010 – Tokyo

Saturday 4 December 2010 (1:00pm-5:00pm) @ Miraikan (National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation).

Presentations:

    • Dr. Toshihiro Handa, Kagoshima University Faculty of Science, Dept. of Physics: Study of Astrophysics of the Milky Way Galaxy as a Template for Other Galaxies

Download the Galaxy Forum Japan flyer here.

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