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Karlie Noon

Digital Talk

Join Karlie Alinta Noon this NAIDOC week for this talk about First Nations astronomy, astrophysics, STEM, creative thinking, problem solving and innovation.

Discover the majesty of our skies

Karlie Alinta Noon is a Gamilaroi astronomer and science communicator working with audiences around the country for the past 10 years promoting Indigenous astronomical knowledge systems and advocating for women in STEM. Karlie has degrees in maths and physics and a Masters in astrophysics. Karlie is currently a PhD candidate with the Australian National University where she is considering the gas flows of the Milky Way’s centre and the Sydney Observatory’s first Astronomy Ambassador.

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