Future Galaxy Forums

Galaxy Forum Schedule 2015-2016:

Galaxy Forum Canada, Vancouver — 26 September 2015

Galaxy Forum Kansas — September 2015 (TBD)

Galaxy Forum China, Beijing —  9 September 2015 (TBD)

Galaxy Forum India, Bengaluru — 2015 (TBD)

Galaxy Forum Japan, Tokyo — 2016 (TBD)

Galaxy Forum Africa, Cape Town — 2016 (TBD)

Galaxy Forum Europe  — November 2015 (TBD)

Galaxy Forum Chile, Santiago — (TBD)

Galaxy Forum Brazil, Rio de Janeiro — (TBD)

Galaxy Forum Mexico — 2016 (TBD)

Galaxy Forum Antarctica — 2016 (TBD)


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If you would like to contribute ideas, information, contacts or time toward launching the next Galaxy Forum in your location please contact us

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Galaxy Forum Canada 2015 — Vancouver

GF Canada 15 - 1st Public Announcment Final WEBSaturday, 26 September 2015 (9am – 12 noon) @ Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, UBC, Vancouver, Canada

International Lunar Observatory-1: Making Moon South Pole Astronomy and Communications a Reality – Steve Durst, Founding Director, International Lunar Observatory Association, Editor and Publisher of Space Age Publishing Co.

Moon South Pole by MC for ILOAmasterJuly07 2015 Measuring the radio signatures of the early Universe – Mark Halpern, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, UBC:

I will describe efforts here on Earth to use custom-designed radio observatories to measure the history of accelerated expansion of the Universe in order to improve our understanding of dark energy and to measure the signature of the reionization when the Universe first made stars.

Both of these experiments are severely limited by man-made radio interference and would be more sensitive if carried out on the moon, but both of them require football stadium sized telescopes, so building them on the moon would be a very serious challenge.

 Astronomy From The Moon and Other Ways to Excite the Public About the Universe – Howard Trottier, Professor, Department of Physics, Simon Fraser University

HDT_and_Trottier_Observatory

Topic TBC – Paul Hickson, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, UBC

Topic TBC – Alma Barranco-Mendoza, Chief Information Officer, Canadian Space Society,

FREE Public Event — RSVP info@iloa.org or 808-885-3474

International Lunar Observatory Association (ILOA) is an interglobal enterprise incorporated in Hawaii as a 501(c)(3) non-profit to expand human knowledge of the Cosmos through observation from our Moon and to participate in internationally cooperative lunar base build-out, with Aloha – the spirit of Hawai`i. The ILOA co-sponsors with its Space Age Publishing Company affiliate an international series of Galaxy Forums to advance 21st Century Education. Galaxy Forums, designed to provide greater global awareness, capabilities and action in Galaxy science, exploration and enterprise, are held in Hawaii, Silicon Valley, Canada, China, India, Japan, Europe, Africa, Chile, Brazil, Southeast Asia, Kansas and New York. Current plans are for expansion to Antarctica and beyond.

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