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IAU

Abbrev. for International Astronomical Union.
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The IAU explained that it comes from a name for "inseparable mythological twins from a Tahitian legend: a boy and a girl who ran away from their parents and became stars in the sky.
A spokesman from the Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board said: "The IAU at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital was very busy on Tuesday night but was well managed by the nursing staff and doctors on shift.
Hypotheses 2: the amount of using financial budgeting method in order to make financial decisions in IAU is in an ideal level.
Provide ongoing support and technical to highest levels of Government Officials especially the Minister of the Interior, the IG and his deputies, the dead and deputy head of IAU; Develop a training programme, including manuals and curriculum, for staff of the IAU to handle complaints, carry out i
The IAU wholeheartedly welcomes the public's interest to be involved in recent discoveries, but would like to strongly stress the importance of having a unified naming procedure.
IAU previously relied on an amalgam of systems and manual processes to manage its student lifecycle.
The IAU works to promote astronomical education and research in developing countries through its Program Groups on International Schools for Young Astronomers (ISYA), on Teaching for Astronomy Development (TAD), and on World Wide Development of Astronomy (WWDA), as well as through joint educational activities with NESCO.
He said it would give the opportunity for Jordanian students to pursue their higher education in cooperation with the International Astronomical Union IAU and NASA.
Universities play a key role in speaking the truth, experimenting with possible solutions and in teaching individuals and citizens how to make their voice heard and how to get to know each other without prior judgments," said secretary general of IAU Eva Egron-Polak.
The celestial body that Clyde Tombaugh discovered in 1930 remains what the IAU declared it in 2006: a "dwarf planet.
The mission and activities of the IAU focus specifically on the social significance of universities and international collaboration--about 420 registered delegates from 118 countries attended this year.
The IAU came up with a category for all the smaller "planetlike" bodies in the solar system.