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IAU자료실 IAU100] 특별전시자료 Decade0 2019-01-11
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ABOVE AND BEYOND
MAKING SENSE OF THE UNIVERSE FOR 100 YEARS

ABOVE AND BEYOND
MAKING SENSE OF THE UNIVERSE FOR 100 YEARS
A variety of remarkable achievements have taken place overy the last century. As the world recovered from the devastation of World War I, the astronomical community was on the verge of paradigm-shifting discoveries. The pillars of physics were about to evolve and the understanding of our place in the Universe would soon expand to previously unthinkable landscapes.
What has always led us forward, however, was curiosity. We have long sought answers to better understand some of the most universal and existential questions of humankind. What is the size and structure of this thing we call ‘Universe’? Is there life outside of Earth? What powers the stars? How do they begin to shine and what happens when they die?
Some of these questions may seem obsolete today, while others are just as open as they were a hundred years ago. As in every story of science and discovery, this was just the beginning.
1919-2019
The Above and Beyond exhibition is a modest attempt at navigating through some of the most important and spectacular achievements in modern astronomy. It is a global journey through a century of scientific and technological advancements and an era of inspiration that expanded social boundaries and spurred imagination. The exhibition celebrates a century’s work of research and discovery by making sense of this fascinating and mysterious home of ours, the Universe.
The exhibition has been created in the framework of the International Astronomical Union’s 100th anniversary (1919-2019).
WWW.IAU.ORG/100

ABOVE AND BEYOND
MAKING SENSE OF THE UNIVERSE FOR 100 YEARS
EXHIBITION CREATED IN PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL UNION AND SCIENCE NOW
WWW.IAU.ORG/100
WWW.SCIENCENOW.STUDIO

CREDITS
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS : Ewine van Dishoeck (Leiden University, IAU), Jan Pomierny (Science Now), Pedro Russo (Leiden University, IAU)
EDITING : Claudia Mignone, Bethany Downer
PRODUCER : Łukasz Alwast (Science Now)
VISUAL DESIGN : Lena Mitek (leniva fullmetal agency), Janek Mo?ka (leniva fullmetal agency), Neon Neonov (leniva fullmetal agency)
IAU100 COORDINATOR : Jorge Rivero Gonzalez (Leiden University, IAU)
CREATIVE CONCEPT : Łukasz Alwast (Science Now), Karolina Panasiuk (Science Now), Jan Pomierny (Science Now)
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN : MADE Studio
PRODUCTION SUPPORT : Joanna Trytek (Black Salt)
PRODUCTION : Ryszard Zalewski (MONT-EXPO)
CONTENT DEVELOPMENT : Łukasz Alwast (Science Now), Kamil Deresz (Science Now), Ewine van Dishoeck (Leiden University, IAU), Jorge Rivero Gonzalez (Leiden University, IAU), Jan Pomierny (Science Now), Milena Ratajczak (Science Now), Pedro Russo (Leiden University, IAU)
SPECIAL THANKS : Michele Armano, David Baneke, Piero Benvenuti, Lars Lindberg Christensen, Maria Rosaria D’Antonio, Gerhard Hensler, Werner Z. Zellinger
CONTENT SUPPORT : Jarle Brinchmann, Dirk van Delft, Henk Hoekstra, Maksymilian Manko, Claudia Mignone , Frans Snik
IAU Commission C3 Members
IAU Division Presidents
IAU Executive Committee Members
IAU 100 Years Task Force Members
WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM : European Southern Observatory, European Space Agency, Harvard University, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency , Jet Propulsion Lab, Leiden University, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Roscosmos, Royal Astronomical Society, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory , South African Radio Astronomy Observatory , The World At Night

ABOVE AND BEYOND
MAKING SENSE OF THE UNIVERSE FOR 100 YEARS

WHAT IS THE SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSE?
For centuries, we were only capable of perceiving the world through the lens of the human eye. This was later aided by increasingly elaborate, but fundamentally simple, instruments.
As technology advanced, our understanding of the natural world became sharper and deeper, and our eyes opened even more. With scientific results being made accessible to larger groups of people, everyone could look into the depths of the Solar System, our Galaxy and the Universe as we know it. We began to understand more about how extensive the cosmos truly is and what it is made of.

WHAT IS THE SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSE?
HOW DO STARS FORM AND SHINE?
Looking up into the sky, we have always found inspiration in our daily companion and source of life, the Sun. Although special to us, we have learned that it is just one of billions that sparkle in the night sky. Discovering what stars like our Sun are made of and what causes them to shine was no easy task.
We have also learned about the evolution of stars and how their death can create supernova explosions that lead to the formation of black holes. This includes the life-cycle of stars, leading to our understanding of the processes that creates the elements, which we are all made of.

HOW DO STARS FORM AND SHINE?
IS THERE LIFE ELSEWHERE IN THE UNIVERSE?
Life has flourished here on Earth but we are still uncertain of its true origins Are we alone in the Universe? Will we ever discover and experience extraterrestrial forms of life? These questions have kept philosophers, scientists and science-fiction writers busy for centuries.
However, throughout the past 100 years we began approaching these questions in a more tangible manner. With pioneering research in the scientific community and endless speculations unravelling in the domains of cinema, literature and media, we have pushed ourselves towards new frontiers that question our place and future in the Universe.

IS THERE LIFE ELSEWHERE IN THE UNIVERSE?

ABOVE AND BEYOND
MAKING SENSE OF THE UNIVERSE FOR 100 YEARS





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ABOVE AND BEYOND
MAKING SENSE OF THE UNIVERSE FOR 100 YEARS

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