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The special interests of the Astronist Institution are a series of topics that the Institution promotes in its national constitutions as areas that it advocates for as part of its operational ethos; directly religious or philosophical terminology doesn’t tend to be used in reference to these special interest areas. The Astronist Institution’s special interests are therefore considered central to its public outreach programme and in how it presents itself to governments during the processes of registration and recognition.
The vast majority of these Institutional special interests focus on topic areas of significance to the Astronist belief system without reference to religion or belief itself; special interests often also remain apolitical, especially for the Institution’s operations in countries more restrictive on the activities of religious and philosophical organisations.
Current special interests
- Space exploration advocacy
- Space expansion advocacy
- Space and astronomy education among children, young people and adults
- Space environmentalism and sustainability in space
- Space ethics
- Rocketry, spaceflight and astronautics
- Planetarium and observatory constructions and developments
- Space law
- Development of space-based economies (including space manufacturing and space tourism)
- Promotion of the study of cosmology and astrobiology
- Promotion of the study and development of robotics
- History of astronomy education
- Telescopes and astronomical technology development
- Space agency development
- Prospects of space exploration and space expansion for human society