COMMUNICATION AND OUTREACH

 

The European Solar Telescope consortium is engaged in a vigorous communication and outreach program to raise awareness of solar physics and the EST project among the general public and the broader scientific community. To that end, the EST Communication Office is developing a number of activities and materials to explain the importance of a better knowledge of the Sun and of new facilities such as the European Solar Telescope. 

In this section you can find a description of these activities, as well as the EST media archive with the images, pictures and videos created by the project. You are free to use these materials for non-commercial purposes, provided you mention the source as follows: “Courtesy European Solar Telescope - EST”.

 

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Our outreach activities

 

EST AROUND THE WORLD

EST is present in scientific meetings and outreach events to raise awareness of the relevance of studying the Sun and the opportunities that EST will open.

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#TheScienceOfEST

A series of posts intended to draw attention to solar physics and the importance of EST to improve our knowledge of the Sun.

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CARTOON VIDEO SERIES: "The QuEST"

Meet some of the astronomers who first addressed the science goals of EST: Galileo, George Ellery Hale, Angelo Secchi, John and Mary Evershed, and Richard Carrington.

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TV DOCUMENTARY: "REACHING FOR THE SUN"

Europe has a long history in studying the Sun. This documentary shows some of the main European observatories, explaining key milestones and future challenges of solar physics.

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PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL

Brochures, roll ups, videos and other elements for presentations and information about EST.

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EST CALENDAR

The 2020 EST Calendar is devoted to historical observations of the Sun.

In 2019, the EST Calendar highlighted key results in different areas of solar physics research. In 2018, it featured pictures of existing European solar telescopes.

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