100 Hours of Astronomy
02 April 2009 - 05 April 2009


A project of the International Year of Astronomy, 100 Hours of Astronomy is a global event, which was held on 2-5 April 2009. It is an event where you get the chance to discover the Universe through a number of free public activities taking place all around the world.



 



The event in Egypt included sky observation at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, a lecture by Mr. Ayman Ibrahim about the Moon and Galileo, as well as a workshop about the Sundial. Students had an unprecedented experience noticing the Moon, Venus, and other constellations.





For more details, please check the event webpage:
http://www.100hoursofastronomy.org/component/eventlist/report/1216


Moreover, a world map of all 100 Hours of Astronomy events is available on the webpage.
http://www.100hoursofastronomy.org/component/eventlist/eventsmap

                     

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