In the world of science and discovery, the news of the month is that Pluto no longer qualifies as a planet. So... scratch that one off your list of planets to visit....
"This week is a huge one for Astronomy with the XXVIth General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) beginning in Prague, a city with a rich astronomical history going back to the middle of XIVth century, when the oldest central European university was established there. The science of astronomy has never been more interesting with cascades of astronomical discoveries pouring in from an armada of observatories on the ground and in space. For two busy weeks, astronomers from 84 different nations will gather to discuss and evaluate the most recent discoveries and observations, and organise international cooperation." - Giz Magazine
1. Reclassification of Pluto - The reclassification of Pluto as a non-planet presents a disruptive innovation opportunity to explore new definitions and criteria for categorizing celestial bodies.
2. Advancements in Astronomy - The XXVIth General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) signifies the ongoing advancements in astronomy, creating opportunities for innovation in space observation technologies and data analysis.
3. International Astronomical Collaboration - The gathering of astronomers from 84 different nations highlights the potential for disruptive innovation through international cooperation in space exploration and research.
1. Space Exploration - The reclassification of Pluto and advancements in astronomy provide opportunities for disruptive innovation in space exploration technologies and missions.
2. Astrological Research - The discussions and evaluations at the XXVIth General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) create avenues for disruptive innovation in astrological research and understanding of celestial objects.
3. Satellite Technology - The advancements in astronomy and international collaboration in the field of astronomy drive disruptive innovation opportunities in satellite technology for improved space observation and communication.