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El reconeixement de les dones, el forat negre de l'astronomia

Astronomy on the Radio

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Interview with Carme Jordi in the first program of "Women and the days" where she talk about her scientific career and the Gaia space mission of the European Space Agency in which she works, among other astronomical topics of present. The program also interviews Margalida Capellā, a professor of Greek, where she discovers the stories of harassment and contempt for women in the myths that explain stars and constellations, and finally the episode of Harvard Calculators, a group of women who measured the stars from the Harvard Observatory in the nineteenth century, and who have not had the recognition that would have to be, considering the importance of their discoveries.
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Interview with Carme Jordi in the first program of "Women and the days" where she talk about her scientific career and the Gaia space mission of the European Space Agency, where she is working.

The program also interviews Margalida Capellā, a professor of Greek, where she discovers the stories of harassment and contempt for women in the myths that explain stars and constellations, and finally the episode of Harvard Calculators, a group of women who measured the stars from the Harvard Observatory in the nineteenth century, and who have not had the recognition that would have to be, considering the importance of their discoveries.

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El reconeixement de les dones, el forat negre de l'astronomia

Astronomy on the Radio



08/09/2019

Podcast: "El reconeixement de les dones, el forat negre de l'astronomia"

Interview with Carme Jordi in the first program of "Women and the days" where she talk about her scientific career and the Gaia space mission of the European Space Agency in which she works, among other astronomical topics of present. The program also interviews Margalida Capellā, a professor of Greek, where she discovers the stories of harassment and contempt for women in the myths that explain stars and constellations, and finally the episode of Harvard Calculators, a group of women who measured the stars from the Harvard Observatory in the nineteenth century, and who have not had the recognition that would have to be, considering the importance of their discoveries.
 
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