The exhibition ‘AstrónomAs’ focuses on the contribution of women who have worked and continue to work in this scientific discipline. The digital version includes information on 270 female astronomers and their areas of research, along with other downloadable educational materials, interactive games, podcasts and videos. The exhibition is complemented by a smaller traveling version in poster format. The new exhibition ‘AstrónomAs‘ shows through contents and interactive elements the active role of women and their contributions to this discipline. Its digital version, on the website www.astronomas.org, includes information on 270 women astronomers who work or have worked in one or more of the fourteen disciplines into which the exhibition is structured. The information is complemented with various materials that include a contextualisation of astronomy with other sciences, its relationship with culture (cinema, literature, art, etc.), downloadable educational booklets, interactive games, podcasts and videos. One of the objectives of the exhibition is to encourage scientific and technological vocations in general, and among girls and adolescents in particular, as well as to disseminate the research carried out by women scientists in astronomy and astrophysics. The original soundtrack of the exhibition is composed by the young musician and future astrophysicist Paula Espinosa, finalist in 2020 of the Antena 3 TV programme La Voz.
Song: AstrónomAs Artist: Paula Espinosa Álbum: AstrónomAs Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Pin Up Recordings) ‘AstrónomAs’ also has a printed version of 16 explanatory panels in Spanish, Galician and Catalan, which will be exhibited in different locations throughout Spain. DFrom September 29th to October 29th it can be visited in the High Cloister of the Fonseca School, from Monday to Friday from 11:00 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 20:30. Admission is free. The exhibition ‘AstrónomAs’ has been supported by the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology of the Ministry of Science and Innovation. The Spanish Astronomical Society is one of the sponsors. Source: Sociedad Española de Astronomía (SEA) SEA’s press release