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8th of August 2023
APRIM 2023
The 2023 Asia-Pacific Regional IAU Meeting (APRIM 2023) is taking place this week in Koriyama, Japan. Held every three years, APRIM is one of the largest regional meetings of the IAU (International Astronomical Union), allowing astronomers in the Asia-Pacific region gather to discuss common scientific interests. New Zealand hosted the first APRIM in 1978, and since then, the meeting has been held regularly until 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic forced its cancellation. Sessions for APRIM 2023 include: Planets In and Outside of the Solar System; Physics and Evolution of the Sun and the Stars; From ISM to the Stellar and Planetary Systems; Compact Objects and High Energy Astrophysics; Galaxy, Galaxies and their Beginnings; Multi-messenger Astronomy; Telescopes and Detector Projects On and Out Of the Grounds; Networking the Public Outreach, Development and Sustainability; and Astroinformatics in Big Data Era.

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