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Space Series
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An expansive adventure of discovery and learning

FrogAsia proudly presents an exclusive series of space and astronomy lessons, carefully curated by esteemed Malaysian astronomers and astrophysicists from around the world. Delve into a compendium of humans striving for the stars, guided by the brilliance of the world's foremost minds. Prepare yourselves for an expansive adventure of discovery and learning.

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Astronomy, the study of celestial objects, space, and the physical universe as a whole!

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Wherever you are and whichever device you're using, we've got you covered. Access lessons seamlessly on Launchpad for when you're on your mobile phone or on your tablet. For those at their desks, explore these lessons conveniently on Learn From Home - find the links below.


Astronomy and Our Past

Illuminating Life - Astronomy as the Oldest Science
Gift from the Skies - Astronomy Bringing Food to the Table
We Know the Way - Crossing Oceans with Astronomy
Stellar Parties - Astronomy in Festivals and Religious Practices
The Story of the Crab - Astronomy Bridging Space and Time
Shifting Paradigms - Are We Still Special?

Astronomy and Our Present

Bringing Astronomy Down to Earth
Surfing the Spectrum: New Technologies Driving Astronomy
Peering Through Space, Peering Through Your Body
From Black Holes to Wi-Fi
Astronomy Guiding You Home
Reaching for the Stars: How can I be an Astronomer?

Astronomy and Our Future

Home Sweet Home: A Special Place Called Earth
Threats from Within: Human Made Climate Change
Threats from Afar: Killer Asteroids and Exploding Stars
A (Potentially) Destructive Neighbor: The Impact of Solar Flares
Not Really Empty: Cleaning Up Our Mess in Space
Beyond Earth: Where Can Humans Move to Next?

The Space Series is brought to life by the dedicated work of these stellar contributors:

Rubina Rubeca Visuvanathan (Cardiff Uni)
Yap Zheng Xian (Help University Subang)
Yap Yong Sheng (University of Cambridge)
Mohammad Afiq Dzuan Mohd Azhar (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
Ong Zhi Zheng (INTI International College Penang)
Nurul Fatini Jaafar (Sahabat Langit Utara (SALUT) and Universiti Malaya)
Koay Jun Yi (Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics)
Siti Fatimah Raihan (University of Bonn)
Nurnabilah Nazri (Sahabat Langit Utara (SALUT))
Teoh Hui Chieh (Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman)
Yong Suk Yee (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia)
Marc Hon (University of Hawaii)
Ting Yuan-Sen (Australian National University)
Juan Carlos Algaba (Universiti Malaya)
For Bi-Qing (International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, University of Western Australia)