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Laos utters “Sabaidee” to the closest Super Full Moon Encounter at its National University.

18 November 2016

The National University of Laos (NUOL) hosted an observation for the Super Full Moon phenomenon in the night of 14th November 2016 with a telescope given by NARIT.

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Astronomy soars as SEAAN joins hands with SCOSA

SCOSA-27 and ASEAN COST-71

Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia

October, 24, 2016

Collaborations on Space Technology and Astronomy highlighted the 27th Meeting of the Sub-committee on Space Technology and Applications (SCOSA-27). 

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Lanna Hospitality charms British Ambassador and Honorary Consul during NARIT Visit.

Lanna Hospitality charms British Ambassador and Honorary Consul during NARIT Visit.

NARIT, Chiang Mai, Thailand

7 October 2016

The National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (Public Organization) turns its temporary headquarters on Huay Kaew Road in the very heart of Chiang Mai into a cozy northern Lanna-style accommodation to welcome His Excellency Brian Davidson – British Ambassador to Thailand, who pays an exclusive visit to discuss on its mission, infrastructures, international collaboration and above all, the recent cooperation under Newton Fund.

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Newton Fund scopes out in prevalent channels of bilateral projects derived.

SWISSÔTEL Nai Lert Park, Bangkok, Thailand

12 – 14 September 2016

After a 3-day-long concentrated scoping workshop over the joint research projects under Newton Fund between the pool of expertise from the United Kingdom and Thailand, proposals of 14 constructive project outlines are finally underway to be submitted through the Research Councils UK by the end of October.

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UK-Thailand Partnership condensed over joint astronomical research under Newton Fund

SWISSÔTEL Nai Lert Park, Bangkok, Thailand

12 September 2016

Science and Technology Facilities Council - STFC, United Kingdom joined hands with National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (Public Organization) – NARIT, Ministry of Science and Technology to enhance research and innovative collaborations in astronomy, as a symbolic threshold to mark the new beginning of the following Capacity Building in Software and Hardware Infrastructures and Data Handling through Astronomy.

 

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