Starmus VI: “50 Years on Mars”
The sixth Starmus, one of the world-scale science and art festivals, will take place in September 2022 in Yerevan, Armenia, to celebrate science communication with world-class scientists, engineers artists, and astronauts.
In the past, Starmus has hosted several Apollo astronauts (among them Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin), Alexei Leonov and Victor Gorbatko. World known scientists, 25 Nobel prize winners and space explorers have shared their science from the Starmus stage, among them Stephen Hawking, May-Britt Moser, Emmanuelle Charpentier, Elizabeth Blackburn, Donna Strickland, Jill Tarter, Kip Thorne, Robert Wilson, Michel Mayor, Eduard Moser, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Richard Dawkins, Brian Cox, Tony Fadell, and many other giants of science. Stephen Hawking and Alexei Leonov, together with the rock star and astrophiscist Brian May, worked to create the Stephen Hawking Medal for Science Communication, awarded to individuals and teams who have made significant contributions to science communication. Previous Stephen Hawking Medal winners include Elon Musk, Jean-Michel Jarre, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Hans Zimmer and The Particle Fever documentary.
The program of Starmus VI is filled with science and technology, music, and arts, world-class artists, and prominent scientists. The program is rich and includes all aspects of natural science. Conferences, speeches, presentations, and other events are a part of the program.
Starmus VI festival features presentations by legendary Astronauts, Nobel Prize Winners, and prominent figures of science, technology, culture, and arts.
Starmus unites internationally renowned artists from around the world.
(from www.starmus.com (http://www.starmus.com/))