Stardust in Thailand

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mikeli
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Stardust in Thailand

Post by mikeli » Tue Aug 21, 2007 4:43 pm

I would like to know if you have a partner school/university in Thailand where I can get more info on Stardust?

In Thailand, it is so difficult to get reading materials written in English. Almost everything here is in Thai.

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Re: Stardust in Thailand

Post by bmendez » Tue Aug 21, 2007 4:50 pm

mikeli wrote:I would like to know if you have a partner school/university in Thailand where I can get more info on Stardust?

In Thailand, it is so difficult to get reading materials written in English. Almost everything here is in Thai.
Hi mikeli,

No, Stardust@home is based and operated soley from UC Berkeley, in California. All materials we have about the project can be found at the main website: http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu

Thanks,
-Bryan
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mikeli
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Thanks Bryan

Post by mikeli » Tue Aug 21, 2007 8:46 pm

This is quite a rare field of interest and I want to dig deeper into the world of stardust. The name itself "stardust" is alluring.

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Cool topic

Post by maithai » Mon Sep 01, 2008 11:32 pm

This seems to be one of the coolest topics since it can literally change our whole perception of the world once discovered. I too am in Thailand, so Mikeli if you need material in English there is plenty of it online. Start at the link bmendez mentioned. You'll find your way from there.

Cheers :D

mikeli
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Post by mikeli » Mon Sep 01, 2008 11:46 pm

Until now I haven't heard of any teachers in Thailand talking about stardust. This is a really new field of interest in this side of Asia. I went to bookstores in Bangkok and I couldn't find any material that deals with stardust. I would be interested to avail of your resources if you are around Bangkok area.

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