Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute

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Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute
한국천문연구원
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Emblem of KASI
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Acronym KASI
Owner  South Korea
Established September, 1974
Headquarters Yuseong, Daejeon
Administrator Han, Inwoo (한인우)
Website www.kasi.re.kr
Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute
Hangul 한국천문연구원
Hanja 韓國天文硏究院
Revised Romanization Han-guk Cheon-moon Yeon-guwon
McCune–Reischauer Han'guk Cheon'moon Yǒn'guwǒn

The Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) is the national research institute in astronomy and space science of South Korea funded by the South Korean Government. Its headquarters are located in Daejeon, in the Daedeok Science Town. Research at KASI covers main areas of modern astronomy, including Optical Astronomy, Radio Astronomy, Space Science, and Theoretical Astronomy.

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