Lars Linderberg Christensen
29th March - 9th April
Lars is an award-winning astronomer and science communicator who will be at Soneva Fushi to teach our guests about the night sky. He has authored a dozen popular science books and directed several documentaries and planetarium movies that have received critical acclaim around the world. He is responsible for the communication from some of the world’s largest and most famous telescopes such as the Hubble Space Telescope (for ESA), the Extremely Large Telescope, the Very Large Telescope, ALMA and La Silla. Lars has more than 200 publications to his credit, most of them in popular science communication and its theory. Lars received the Tycho Brahe Medal in 2005 for his achievements in science communication.