Australian Aboriginal Astronomy Project

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The Australian Aboriginal Astronomy Project is a collaboration of academics, educators, and indigenous elders researching the astronomical traditions and knowledge of Indigenous Australians, commonly termed Australian Aboriginal astronomy.[1] This research in cultural astronomy covers the disciplines of archaeoastronomy, ethnoastronomy, historical astronomy, geomythology, and Indigenous knowledge.

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  1. ^ "New blog for Indigenous Astronomy project". Faculty of Arts, Macquarie University. March 2011. 

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