FACE IN THE HOLE, SA NATIONAL SPACE AGENCY # 1, HERMANUS
PRESENTED BY : Tommaso Fiscaletti and Nic Grobler
|Medium||Original Pigment Print on Hahnemühle Baryta Cotton Paper, mounted on Plexiglass|
|Artist||Tommaso Fiscaletti and Nic Grobler|
A planetary poster is visible through an educational face in the hole display at the Space Science Centre in Hermanus - South Africa's national geomagnetic research facility.
South Africa maintains a scientific base in Antartica where it is ideal to study the Southern Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly - covering an area where communication systems are more exposed and vulnerable to damages and interruptions caused by high levels of radiation from space. Together with the geomagnetic and auroral observation research done on the Antarctic, Marion and Gough Islands, SANSA Space Science promotes interest in science through science advancement programmes. SANSA(South African National Space Agency) Space Science emerged from the original Hermanus Magnetic Observatory that was first established in 1941.
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