UNIONE ASTRONOMICA INTERNAZIONALE 1919 – 2019 “Eventi” in Chile

Astrofisica/Astrophysics, Astronomi Gesuiti/Jesuit Astronomers, Astronomia/Astronomy, Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Città del Vaticano/Vatican City, Collaborazione Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory Collaboration, Compagnia di Gesù/Society of Jesus, Father David Brown SJ, Father Gabriele Gionti SJ, Father George V. Coyne SJ - Director of the Vatican Observatory (1978 - 2006), Fisica/Physics, Fratello Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Geologia/Geology, Gesuiti/Jesuits, Intelligenza Artificiale/Artificial Intelligence, Matematica/Mathematics, Oggetti Volanti Non Identificati (OVNI)/Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Osservatori Astronomici Australiani/Australian Astronomical Observatories, Osservatori Astronomici/Astronomical Observatories, Osservatorio Australe Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio del Sud Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio di Antenne Radio di un Chilometro Quadrato/Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO), Osservatorio Europeo Australe (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio Europeo del Sud (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Padre David Brown SJ, Padre Gabriele Gionti SJ, Padre George V. Coyne SJ - Direttore della Specola Vaticana (1978 - 2006), Pianeti del Sistema Solare/Planets of the Solar System, Pianeti Extrasolari/Extrasolar Planets, Progetto SETI/SETI Project, Sonde Interplanetarie/Interplanetary Probes, Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory, Storia dell'Astrofisica/History of Astrophysics, Telescopi Spaziali/Space Telescopes, Telescopio dell'Orizzonte degli Eventi/Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), Telescopio Spaziale James Webb/James Webb Space Telescope, Unione Astronomica Internazionale/International Astronomical Union (IAU), Vita Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial Life, Vita intelligente Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial intelligent Life
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Jan12.
Great Night of Stars in the Metropolitan Parc (PAST EVENT)
A new version of the Great Night of Stars. Under a clear sky astronomers will present their research done with ALMA observatory. After that people will have the opportunity to observe the night sky with telescopes.
Contact: Nicolas Lira (ALMA Observatory – Parquemet)
Date

12/01/2019 – 12/01/2019
Location

Santiago de Chile, Chile

Jan10.tillJan11.
Astroverano (PAST EVENT)
Free community lectures cycle dictated by astronomers from the University of Chile in conjunction with amateur astromomos and the municipality of Calle Larga
Full details here
Contact: yerko chacon (municipalidad de calle larga)
Date

10/01/2019 – 11/01/2019
Location

Calle Larga, Chile

Jun30.tillJul6.
IAUS 354: Solar and Stellar Magnetic Fields: Origins and Manifestations
Topics 1. New observational diagnostics of magnetic fields 2. Progress in understanding the solar/stellar interior dynamics and dynamo 3. Stellar rotation and activity cycles 4. Role of magnetic fields in solar and stellar chromospheres 5. Formation, structure and dynamics of solar and stellar coronae and winds 6. Role of magnetic fields in solar and stellar variability 7. Mechanisms of flaring and CME activity on the Sun and stars 8. Magnetic fields of the solar analogs 9. Advances in instrumentation, theory and numerical simulations 10. Observations of solar and stellar eclipses
Full details here
Contact: Alexander Kosovichev (Division E Sun and Heliosphere)
Date

30/06/2019 – 06/07/2019
Location

La Serena, Chile

Nov4.tillNov9.
LARIM 2019: XVI Latin American Regional IAU Meeting
XVI Latin American Regional IAU Meeting
Full details here
Contact: Eduardo Unda-Sanzana (Sociedad Chilena de Astronomía)
Date

04/11/2019 – 09/11/2019
Location

Antofagasta, Chile

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Teresa Alejandrina Iturra Morton (Los Bellotos de la Vega)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Quinta, Chile

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Melissa Zavala (Colegio Alianza Austral)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Coyhaique, Chile

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Mario Campos (Colegio Cristobal Colon)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Santiago de Chile, Chile

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Alejandra Marín (Liceo Técnico Marta Brunet)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

La Serena, Chile

Oct18.
Inspiring Stars @Chile (PAST EVENT)
Inspiring Stars is an IAU100 Global Project designed to highlight, support, and promote inclusive initiatives to encourage equality of participation in research, outreach and at a professional aspect in the field of astronomy. On 19 October, the project was presented in Santiago, Chile highlighting the Chilean community’s many efforts on inclusive astronomy through the project “Astronomy for All”, a national cooperation of astronomical institutions helping to bring astronomy to everyone in an accessible way.
Full details here
Contact: Maria Rosaria D’Antonio (Universidad Diego Portales UDP Astronomy Nucleus)
Date

18/10/2018 – 18/10/2018
Location

Santiago de Chile, Chile
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UNIONE ASTRONOMICA INTERNAZIONALE 1919 – 2019 “Eventi” in Argentina

Astrofisica/Astrophysics, Astronomi Gesuiti/Jesuit Astronomers, Astronomia/Astronomy, Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Città del Vaticano/Vatican City, Collaborazione Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory Collaboration, Compagnia di Gesù/Society of Jesus, Father David Brown SJ, Father Gabriele Gionti SJ, Father George V. Coyne SJ - Director of the Vatican Observatory (1978 - 2006), Fisica/Physics, Fratello Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Geologia/Geology, Gesuiti/Jesuits, Intelligenza Artificiale/Artificial Intelligence, Matematica/Mathematics, Oggetti Volanti Non Identificati (OVNI)/Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Osservatori Astronomici Australiani/Australian Astronomical Observatories, Osservatori Astronomici/Astronomical Observatories, Osservatorio Australe Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio del Sud Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio di Antenne Radio di un Chilometro Quadrato/Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO), Osservatorio Europeo Australe (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio Europeo del Sud (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Padre David Brown SJ, Padre Gabriele Gionti SJ, Padre George V. Coyne SJ - Direttore della Specola Vaticana (1978 - 2006), Pianeti del Sistema Solare/Planets of the Solar System, Pianeti Extrasolari/Extrasolar Planets, Progetto SETI/SETI Project, Sonde Interplanetarie/Interplanetary Probes, Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory, Storia dell'Astrofisica/History of Astrophysics, Telescopi Spaziali/Space Telescopes, Telescopio dell'Orizzonte degli Eventi/Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), Telescopio Spaziale James Webb/James Webb Space Telescope, Unione Astronomica Internazionale/International Astronomical Union (IAU), Vita Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial Life, Vita intelligente Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial intelligent Life
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Jan11.tillJan12.
Verano Astronomico (PAST EVENT)
We will explore the summer sky, from the southern hemisphere, from the amateur point of view. We will go through the constellations and their mythologies. There will also be a talk from the point of view of the indigenous Mbya Guarani people.
Full details here
Contact: Alejandro Sommer (Cielo Guarani – Astronomia Misionera Aficionada)
Date

11/01/2019 – 12/01/2019
Location

Posadas, Argentina

Jan10.tillJan13.
100 years in 100 hours (PAST EVENT)
Observations of the Sun, the Moon, open and globular clusters, nebulae and constellations. We will give a souvenir to the assistants with the list of astronomical objects observed by each one. The observation will be with and without telescope. During the event we will train people to observe the Total Solar Eclipse on July 2019, safely.
Full details here
Contact: Hebe Cremades, Beatriz García (National Technological University, Mendoza)
Date

10/01/2019 – 13/01/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Jan10.
The picnic of a 100 hours (PAST EVENT)
In the beautiful San Martin Park, in Mendoza, the Slovenian School propose a picnic with students and all their families at the night of January 10th. As part of the proposal, several games about identification of constellations, stars and planets will be performed. The game will use also, celestial charts and applications.
Contact: Angeles Iglesias (Colegio esloveno P-244 A.M.S , Gogoy Cruz)
Date

10/01/2019 – 10/01/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Jan12.tillJan13.
Por las 100 hs de astronomía (PAST EVENT)
Public observation with telescopes and sky recognition at a glance. Brochure distribution. Explanation about the 100 years of the International Astronomical Union and progress on the Total Eclipse of Moon the following week.
Full details here
Contact: Claudia C. Pérez Ferrer (Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía)
Date

12/01/2019 – 13/01/2019
Location

Mar del Plata, Argentina

Jan12.tillJan13.
100hs of Astronomy in Mardel (PAST EVENT)
Public observation with telescopes and naked eyes sky recognition. Distribution of brochures with information on the subject.
Full details here
Contact: Claudia C. Pérez Ferrer (Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía)
Date

12/01/2019 – 13/01/2019
Location

Mar del Plata, Argentina

Jan9.tillJan11.
Discovering the sky (PAST EVENT)
Free observations through telescopes of the night sky, introducing of what we see and where we are in the cosmos.
Full details here
Contact: Federico peña (Achernar astronomía)
Date

09/01/2019 – 11/01/2019
Location

Mar de las Pampas , Argentina

Jan10.tillJan13.
Fundacion Planetarium 100 años – 100 horas (PAST EVENT)
Presentación del Planetario Móvil representando el cielo nocturno del Hemisferio sur y en particular de Mendoza Conociendo la ubicación y el nombre de algunas estrellas y constelaciones visibles en distintas épocas del año.
Contact: Juan Pablo Zanettini (Fundación Planetarium)
Date

10/01/2019 – 13/01/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Jan10.tillJan13.
Fundacion Planetarium – 100 years 100 hours (PAST EVENT)
Presentation of the mobile Planetarium we represent the night sky of the Southern Hemisphere and in particular seen from Mendoza at different times of the year to know the name and how to locate some stars and constellations. We learn to locate the cardinal points and some legends of Greek mythology
Contact: Juan Pablo Zanettini (ITEDA /CNEA – Fundación Planetarium)
Date

10/01/2019 – 13/01/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Jan12.
The Sky of San Luis in 100 Hours (PAST EVENT)
Through the official website of the Villa Mercedes Astronomy Club (www.clubdeastronomiavm.org) the sky of the province of San Luis Argentina will be broadcast live and direct. By means of a camera adapted to the telescope “Dr. Stella Maris Malaroda” we will observe the Moon, star planets and star clusters. Participants may interact with facilitators who will provide data and observation details. Participants can upload selfies and comments that will be displayed on the web and official social networks of the Club and #IAU100 #100HoursOfAstronomy
Full details here
Contact: Carlos Acebal (Villa Mercedes Astronomy Club)
Date

12/01/2019 – 12/01/2019
Location

Villa Mercedes (San Luis), Argentina

Jan10.tillJan13.
100 Hours of Astronomy Event: “Preparing for Eclipse de Madrugada in the CODE of Monday, January 21” (Hours 20:00 to 24:00) (PAST EVENT)
Promotion of the Total Moon Eclipse of Monday 21 which will reach its peak at 02:13 (Eclipse Medium). The observations will be made from the Astronomical Park of the CODE south side of the Astronomical Observatory, closed due to the construction works of the Planetarium.
Full details here
Contact: Prof. Jorge Coghlan (CODE.Centro Observadores del Espacio )
Date

10/01/2019 – 13/01/2019
Location

Santa Fe City, Argentina

Jan10.tillJan13.
“Preparing for Eclipse de Madrugada in the CODE of Monday, January 21” (Hours 20:00 to 24:00)(PAST EVENT)
Promotion of the Total Moon Eclipse of Monday 21 which will reach its peak at 02:13 (Eclipse Medium). The observations will be made from the Astronomical Park of the CODE south side of the Astronomical Observatory, closed due to the construction works of the Planetarium.
Full details here
Contact: Prof. Jorge Coghlan (CODE.Centro Observadores del Espacio)
Date

10/01/2019 – 13/01/2019
Location

Santa Fe, Argentina

Jan12.tillJan13.
Observation of the sky (PAST EVENT)
Rediscover the sky through our telescopes. Discover all the wonders that can be seen at night.
Full details here
Contact: Tamara Sofía Correa (Galileo Galilei Planetarium)
Date

12/01/2019 – 13/01/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Jan12.tillJan13.
Guided Tours to the Galileo Gallilei Planetarium of Buenos Aires (PAST EVENT)
The Planetarium is a unique building due to its history and architecture: an icon in astronomic disclosure. The guided tour will enable you to walk through the ‘Astronomic Square’ where you will discover the original meteors from the Sky Field, su dial and a local time zone representation. Inside the building you will see the moon rocks brought by Apolo XI, Copernicus instruments and the antique Zeiss Planetarium
Full details here
Contact: Tamara Sofía Correa (Galileo Galilei Planetarium)
Date

12/01/2019 – 13/01/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Feb15.tillJul20.
50 years on the Moon
The central idea is to offer to all the inhabitants of the World, the possibility of participating in a tribute to the world collaborative astronomical observation and the first human presence on the Moon. It seeks to contribute to the return of visual observation of the sky, especially for the inhabitants of urban sites.
Full details here
Contact: Carlos Colazo ( Museo escolar de la Escuela Normal Superior Dr. Agustín Garzón Agulla, several institutions)
Date

15/02/2019 – 20/07/2019
Location

All Country, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec31.
50 minutes X 50 years
50 one-minute videos each, explaining 50 different aspects of crewed flights and the arrival of humans to the Moon.
Full details here
Contact: Claudia C. Pérez Ferrer (Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía)
Date

01/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

Mar del Plata, BsAs., Argentina

Jul1.tillAug30.
Trip to the moon
Multimedia exhibition on the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing (Apollo 11).
Full details here
Contact: Lic. Diego Bagú – FCAGLP (UNLP)
Date

01/07/2019 – 30/08/2019
Location

La Plata, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec31.
Galileo Galilei Planetarium
Different activities for general audiences, full dome shows, observations, itinerant planetarium activities, astronomy for inclusion, interactive museum tour, courses, conferences.
Full details here
Contact: Verónica Espino, Graciela Cacace (Planetario BsAs)
Date

01/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Apr8.
IAU100 Galileo Galilei Planetarium: Space Day (PAST EVENT)
Space Dayl- 8 de abril – Planetario, ESA and CONAE
Full details here
Contact: Verónica Espino, Graciela Cacace (Planetario BsAs)
Date

08/04/2019 – 08/04/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec31.
Planetario Ciudad de la Plata: IAU100
Several activities on the IAU-100 years anniversary
Full details here
Contact: Diego Bagú (Planetario de La Plata)
Date

01/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

La Plata, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec31.
Planetario de Rosario: IAU100
Several activities on the IAU-100 years anniversary
Full details here
Contact: Planetario de Rosario (Planetario de Rosario)
Date

01/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

Rosario, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec31.
Planetario de Córdoba
Several activities on the IAU-100 years anniversary
Full details here
Contact: Plaza Cielo y Tierra, Planetario de Córdoba (Plaza Cielo y Tierra, Planetario de Córdoba)
Date

01/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

Cordoba, Argentina

May16.
International Day of the Light
Fulldome projections in the framework of the International Day of Light
Full details here
Contact: Lic. Diego Bagú – FCAGLP (UNLP)
Date

16/05/2019 – 16/05/2019
Location

La Plata, Argentina

Jun30.
Asteroid Day
Fulldome projections and talks
Full details here
Contact: Lic. Diego Bagú – FCAGLP (UNLP)
Date

30/06/2019 – 30/06/2019
Location

La Plata, Argentina

Oct4.tillOct10.
World Space Week
Several activities related to science and space exploration
Full details here
Contact: Lic. Diego Bagú – FCAGLP (UNLP)
Date

04/10/2019 – 10/10/2019
Location

La Plata, Argentina

May1.tillMay31.
La potencia del Sol y cómo medirla
To measure the power of the stars, the Astronomers use the photometer, an instrument that measures the amount of light in a given location and It permits determine the amount of energy per unit of time (the Power) from an unknown source compared to a well characterized source. Historically, there are several photometers proposed for comparing light sources. In this work we will focus on that of Robert Bunsen, a German chemist and physicist from 19th century, who invented the “oil spot” photometer.
Full details here
Contact: Beatriz García (ITeDA and Escuela del Magisterio, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo)
Date

01/05/2019 – 31/05/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Jul1.tillJul2.
Sun total eclipse in the south of Santa Fe province
The eclipse of the Sun is an astronomical event that never ceases to amaze society as a whole when people have the opportunity of observing it. The group of people living where this eclipse will take place or the ones who can go there are considered very fortunate. To enjoy it, you only need to be in the place where it will ocurr and to have the correct protection for your eyes. Astronomers who know why and how the eclipse happens have the opportunity to teach citizens about a simple and inclusive astronomical event. The aim of this project is to trigger curiosity among citizens and that they become interested in learning more about the astronomical events that they live every day, such as the phases of the Moon, the seasons, the equinoxes and solstices, etc. For this, talks will be offered before the observation and they will explain the phenomenom and the apparent movement of the Sun, among other topics. The observation will take place in the city of Villa Cañas. The talk – informal lecture, to the open community and students of school will be held in the city of Casilda the day before the eclipse hapens. The talk to the community and students of school will be held in the city of Villa Cañás several hours before the eclipse hapens. More than 20 locations will be invited to participate.
Contact: Mariela A. Corti (Town Halls of Casilda and Villa Cañas. Facultad de Astronomía y Geofísica de la UNLP. COCAdE (Comisión Casildense del Espacio). Instituto Superior de Profesorado No 1, Manuel Leiva, Casilda (Santa Fe).)
Date

01/07/2019 – 02/07/2019
Location

Casilda and Villa Cañás, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
The Moon and Beyond (PAST EVENT)
The observation of the total Moon eclipse in Argentina (since 23:00 on January 20th, to 05:00 on January 21), and especially in Mendoza, is the first of several activities along the year about the Moon, but also about IAU-100y: this event will be the real start of a celebration year. During the night, several performances will be developed.
Full details here
Contact: Beatriz García (ITeDA (CNEA, CONICET, UNSAM) and UTN-Mendza)
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
Achernar y el Eclipse Total de Luna (PAST EVENT)
We will meet to share the observation of the Total Eclipse of Moon and the beginning of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the UAI: Recognition of the sky, observation by telescopes, distribution of notes, explanations about the phenomenon and much more. They can bring their own telescope. A family activity, free and free.
Full details here
Contact: Claudia C. Pérez Ferrer (Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía)
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Mar del Plata, Argentina

Oct1.tillNov30.
La Carte du Ciel y el Observatorio Astronómico de Córdoba
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the IAU, there will be an exhibition on the Astrographic Catalog project and the Carte du Ciel. The Astronomical Observatory of Cordoba, the only South American that successfully completed its part of the project, has the photographic plates, instruments, documents, etc., which will be exposed to the general public and schools, accompanied by allusive lectures.
Full details here
Contact: David C. Merlo (Observatorio Astronómico Córdoba)
Date

01/10/2019 – 30/11/2019
Location

Córdoba, Argentina

Jun30.tillJul2.
1st International Conference Promoting the Scientific Culture of Astronomy. Observation of the total solar eclipse on July 2nd, 2019
Since a total eclipse of the Sun will be visible in Argentina on July 2nd, 2019, a mass public observation event will be organised in the region it will be seen, from the west of San Juan province, Argentina. In addition, a Conference will be held on the days before the eclipse, in order to provide relevant information and generate an atmosphere of meaningful encounter among the public in general, which will include children, scientists, promoters and educators dedicated to the dissemination and teaching of Astronomy. We seek to offer an opportunity for people of different ages and professions, from different parts of the world, to have a significant encounter.
Full details here
Contact: Diego Galperin (Felix Aguilar Astronomical Observatory (OAFA) / National University of Rio Negro (UNRN, Project “Looks to the sky”) / Institute for Astronomy and Space Physics (IAFE) / Copernicus Institute)
Date

30/06/2019 – 02/07/2019
Location

San Juan, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
Moon Total Eclipse (PAST EVENT)
Public observation with telescopes and sky recognition at a glance. Explanation of the phenomenon. Distribution of leaflets alluding to the Eclipse and the 100 Years of the IAU. Local launch of the “100 Years of the UAI”
Full details here
Contact: Claudia C. Pérez Ferrer (Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía)
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Mar del Plata, BsAs., Argentina

Jan18.
Hablemos de astronomía (PAST EVENT)
Open talk about amateur astronomy club Astroamigos Misiones
Contact: Rómulo Fioravante (Club Astroamigos Misiones)
Date

18/01/2019 – 18/01/2019
Location

Posadas , Argentina

May16.tillMay18.
CIPoL I
1st Intenational Conference on Light Pollution in Mendoza (Conferencia Internacional sobre Polución Lumínica-CIPoL)
Contact: Ariel Nieto, Beatriz Garcia (FUMPADES, ITeDA, UTN-SR)
Date

16/05/2019 – 18/05/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec1.
Galilean Nights 100
Program “Galilean Nights”. Talks, courses and astronomy workshops.
Full details here
Contact: Prof. Jorge Coghlan (CODE. LIADA. NOC Argentina)
Date

01/01/2019 – 01/12/2019
Location

Santa Fe Capital, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec31.
CONICET-VoCar Program in the 100y
The National Council of Scientific Reseach (CONICET) throught the VoCar Program stablishs links between the researcers and the secondary level steacers and stdents and other possible spaces for general audiences. The activities along the year, based on Exhibitions (as in Tecnópolis), special performances (like the Feria Internacional del Libro and the Night of the Museums in CABA), education (NASE) will develop taking into account the 100y.
Full details here
Contact: Laura Noto (CONICET)
Date

01/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

All Country, Argentina

Dec1.tillFeb1.
“Las constelaciones del Playero Rojizo” (“Playero rojizo constellations”) (PAST EVENT)
The Playero Rojizo (Calidris canutus rufa), a 140g bird, migrates every year from Tierra del Fuego (54ºS) to northern Canada (70ºN) and back. We imagine a trip of this bird and we describe the constellations under which its long inter-hemispheric journey takes place. B95, a Calidris ringed in 1995 in Rio Grande, is known as Moonbird because it was later observed for many years in both hemispheres, having flown the equivalent of Earth-Moon distance.
Contact: José Luis Hormaechea (Estación Astronómica Río Grande (FCAG-UNLP-CONICET))
Date

01/12/2018 – 01/02/2019
Location

Rio Grande, Argentina

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Carlos Acebal (Club de Astronomía Villa Mercedes)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Villa Mercedes, Argentina

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Pablo Martin Gonzalez (Instituto San Felipe Neri)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Sergio Alonso (E.S. N°2)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Nestor Camino (Complejo Plaza del Cielo)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Esquel, Argentina

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Beatriz Garcia (Escuela del Magisterio de la UNCuyo)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Marta Risso (EESO N 234 “Justo José de Urquiza”)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Santa fe, Argentina

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: Maria de los Angeles Iglesias (P-244 Colgio ESLOVENO A.M.S)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Godoy Cruz, Argentina

Nov1.tillDec31.
Einstein School
Einstein School
Contact: PAULA DI MARZO (ISFDyT N°103)
Date

01/11/2018 – 31/12/2019
Location

Lomas de Zamora, Argentina

Oct1.tillDec31.
Astronomy for Inclusion, Equity and Diversity
Exhibition and workshops of Astronomy for blind, deaf and all
Contact: Beatriz García, Alexis Mancilla, Javier Maya, Silvina Pérez (ITeDA)
Date

01/10/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

Several Cities, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
Fundación Planetarium – Total Moon Eclipse (PAST EVENT)
Fundacion Planetarium participates in the observations of the total Eclipse of Luna and complements the activities with the Mobile Planetarium dealing with topics related to the eclipse, the Red Moon, the phases of the Moon and the terrestrial atmosphere Diffusion of the events that commemorate the 50th anniversary of the arrival to the moon
Contact: Juan Pablo Zanettini (Fundación Planetarium)
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Mendoza, La Plata, San Juan, Córdoba, Santa Fe, Argentina

Apr1.tillDec31.
Arte y un siglo de la IAU
A Virtual Exhibition will be made available in homage to the 100 of the International Union of Astronomy, composed of more than twenty works of art by the local artist Nydia Del Barco.
Full details here
Contact: Edgardo Minniti Morgan (Historia de la Astronomía)
Date

01/04/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

Córdoba, Argentina

Nov11.tillNov15.
Pierre Auger Observatory 20 years: Fair of Sciece
Each 2 years, the Pierre Auger Observatory organises an special Far of Science, with projects from students from all the country. This year the activity will be crossed by the 20 anniversary of the Observatory and the 100 Year Under One Sky.
Full details here
Contact: Gualberto Avila (Pierre Auger Observatory)
Date

11/11/2019 – 15/11/2019
Location

Malargue, Argentina

Jan3.tillJan4.
The chemical elements come from the stars
As part of the celebration of the IY of the Periodic Table of Elements, the proposal is to show the cosmological origin of the elements and using different strategies (exhibitions, conferences, workshops) to involve the community in this important topic. We plan to prepare an special “pop art” exhibition with different ways to present the Periodic Table, such us courting, cups, t-shirts, and also an special presentation with different Tables, as the Table of Game of Thrones, Pokemon, Comics, Super-heroes, Harry Potter and others.
Contact: Beatriz García, Silvina Pérez (ITeDA Mendoza)
Date

03/01/2019 – 04/01/2020
Location

All Country, Argentina

Jan3.tillDec31.
Film Festival of STARS
A selection of comercial movies connected to the Astronomy
Contact: ITeda Mendoza, UTN-FRM, Cooperativa de Seguros Bernardino Rivadavia (ITeda Mendoza, UTN-FRM, Cooperativa de Seguros Bernardino Rivadavia)
Date

03/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Feb11.
Day of Women and the Girl in Sciences (PAST EVENT)
Call to meet all women and girls connected to science as a way to make visible their presence in all areas
Full details here
Contact: Claudia C. Pérez Ferrer (Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía)
Date

11/02/2019 – 11/02/2019
Location

Mar del Plata, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec31.
Day of Women and the Girl in Sciencess
Several activities in the frame of the Day, organized by the Argentinean representative of Women in Astronomy Working Group
Full details here
Contact: Lydia Cidale (AAA, La Plata Observatory)
Date

01/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

All Country, Argentina

Feb11.tillMar21.
Women in Astronomy: since the fifth century to the centenary of the IAU (PAST EVENT)
Several activities on the role of the Women in Sciences and in particular Astronomy. This proposal is a tribute to astronomers from the past, as Hypatia, Carolina Herschel, Henrietta Leavitt, Annie Canon, between others, but also also intends to value the role of women in the current era
Contact: Beatriz Garcia (ITeDA/UTN-Mendoza)
Date

11/02/2019 – 21/03/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Jan2.tillDec31.
Agora
A series of public talks, in unexpected places (even in the square and the parks, but also in the train stations, the subway, the bus and the train.) It was proposed as a means to modify the proposals for public in general, based on traditional observations with telescope and conferences and talks in auditories, theaters and schools.
Full details here
Contact: Claudia Perez Ferrer, Beatriz García (Achernar, Mar del Plata. ITeDA Mendoza)
Date

02/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

All Country, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec31.
Travellers of light 2.0
Continuity of the educative transmedia project Travellers of Light, devoted to highlight the cornerstones of the IYL2015
Full details here
Contact: Roberto Bandiera (Planetario Malargue)
Date

01/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

All Country, Argentina

Jan21.
TOTAL MOON ECLIPSE (PAST EVENT)
OBSERVATION AT SIMPLE VIEW AND THROUGH TELESCOPES OF THE TOTAL LUNA ECLIPSE. DIDACTIC ACTIVITIES TO UNDERSTAND HOW LUNAR ECLIPSES ARE PRODUCED. FREE ACTIVITY FOR ALL PUBLIC WITH PRIOR ACCREDITATION AT clubdeastronomiavm.org
Full details here
Contact: Carlos Acebal (Club de Astronomía Villa Mercedes)
Date

21/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Villa Mercedes San Luis, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
Lunar Eclipse 21-01-19 (PAST EVENT)
Buenos Aires’ Planetarium Galileo Galilei invites you to observe the eclipse with powerful telescopes, music and outdoors talks. Sunday, 20th January at 22:00 hs. To wait for this great event and set to music for the occasion, we will be joined by a duet of blues and jazz formed by the guitarist and singer Juan Cuiñas and the harmonica player Nahuel Castrillon. They will be presenting different standars of these musical genres in our dome. The entry for this musical activity will be free and in order of arrival. During the first hours of Monday, January 21st, our satellite will plunge inside the enormous cone of the Earth’s shadow. And far from disappearing, it will remain bathed by an ethereal reddish – orange color. It will be a total lunar eclipse, one of the major spectacles of nature. The phenomenon will be visible to the naked eye in Argentina and in the rest of America.
Full details here
Contact: Tamara Sofía Correa (Galileo Galilei Planetarium)
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
Observation of Lunar Eclipse 2019-01-21 (PAST EVENT)
Undersecretary of Tourism of de the government of La Pampa invite you to observe the total eclipse of the moon with telescopes and outdoors talks. Sunday, 20th January at 22:00 hs in front of Medasur Cultural Centre. It is an event for all the public.
Full details here
Contact: Fanny Santiago (Subsecretaría de Turismo del Ministerio de Desarrollo Territorial del Gobierno de La Pampa y Astro Divulgadores)
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Santa Rosa, Argentina

Jan21.
Total eclipse of the Moon (PAST EVENT)
Observation of january ’19 total eclipse of the Moon, from public squares, utilizing telescopes, binoculars, and naked eyes, taking photos and videos. There will be many publications in the Media before and after the eclipse.
Full details here
Contact: Néstor Camino (Complejo Plaza del Cielo)
Date

21/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Esquel and central west Patagonia, Argentina

May16.tillJul31.
Exhibición fotográfica: Intentos argentinos por probar la Teoría de la Relatividad General
In relation to the eclipse of 2/7/2019 visible in Argentina, simultaneous photographs will be made in different cities, of the expeditions carried out by the Argentine National Observatory of the solar eclipses of 1912, 1914 and 1916, in which the first attempts to prove the Theory of Relativity.
Full details here
Contact: Santiago Paolantonio (NOC Argentina)
Date

16/05/2019 – 31/07/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

May16.tillJul31.
Exhibición fotográfica: Intentos argentinos por probar la Teoría de la Relatividad General
In relation to the eclipse of 2/7/2019 visible in Argentina, simultaneous photographs will be made in different cities, of the expeditions carried out by the Argentine National Observatory of the solar eclipses of 1912, 1914 and 1916, in which the first attempts to prove the Theory of Relativity.
Full details here
Contact: Santiago Paolantonio (NOC Argentina)
Date

16/05/2019 – 31/07/2019
Location

La Plata, Argentina

May16.tillJul31.
Exhibición fotográfica: Intentos argentinos por probar la Teoría de la Relatividad General
In relation to the eclipse of 2/7/2019 visible in Argentina, simultaneous photographs will be made in different cities, of the expeditions carried out by the Argentine National Observatory of the solar eclipses of 1912, 1914 and 1916, in which the first attempts to prove the Theory of Relativity.
Full details here
Contact: Santiago Paolantonio (NOC Argentina)
Date

16/05/2019 – 31/07/2019
Location

San Juan, Argentina

May16.tillJul31.
Exhibición fotográfica: Intentos argentinos por probar la Teoría de la Relatividad General
In relation to the eclipse of 2/7/2019 visible in Argentina, simultaneous photographs will be made in different cities, of the expeditions carried out by the Argentine National Observatory of the solar eclipses of 1912, 1914 and 1916, in which the first attempts to prove the Theory of Relativity.
Full details here
Contact: Santiago Paolantonio (NOC Argentina)
Date

16/05/2019 – 31/07/2019
Location

Córdoba, Argentina

May16.tillJul31.
El eclipse total de Sol del 2 de julio de 2019, la Teoría de la Relatividad y el Observatorio Astronómico de Córdoba
There will be a photographic exhibition of the expeditions carried out by the Argentine National Observatory of solar eclipses of 1912, 1914 and 1916, in which the first attempts were made to test the Theory of Relativity, training for teachers, lectures for the general public and the observation of the phenomenon.
Full details here
Contact: David C. Merlo (Observatorio Astronómico Córdoba)
Date

16/05/2019 – 31/07/2019
Location

Córdoba, Argentina

May16.tillJul31.
El eclipse total de Sol del 2 de julio de 2019, la Teoría de la Relatividad y el Observatorio Astronómico de Córdoba
There will be a photographic exhibition of the expeditions carried out by the Argentine National Observatory of solar eclipses of 1912, 1914 and 1916, in which the first attempts were made to test the Theory of Relativity, training for teachers, lectures for the general public and the observation of the phenomenon.
Full details here
Contact: David C. Merlo (Observatorio Astronómico Córdoba)
Date

16/05/2019 – 31/07/2019
Location

Río Cuarto, Argentina

May1.
16mPodcasts
UTN FRM adheres to the international day of light. a series of podcasts, tablets that can be passed as dividers on radios or other media, were recorded on the radio of the University (954.5FM)
Full details here
Contact: Gabrel Bilmes, Beatriz García (Comité Argentino por el Día de la Luz, UNT-FRM)
Date

01/05/2019 – 01/05/2019
Location

La Plata/Mza, Argentina

Jan3.tillDec31.
Planetarium for blind people
Interactive Planetarium for inclusion. Science and Technology exhibition of the COFECyT in all the country
Contact: Martín del Cioppo (National Gov -COFECyT)
Date

03/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

All Country, Argentina

Jan3.tillDec31.
Celestial Landscapes
Interactive exhibition for inclusion. Science and Technology exhibition of the COFECyT in all the country
Contact: Martín del Cioppo (National Gov – COFECYT)
Date

03/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

All Country, Argentina

May16.
The 36.520 nights of the UAI
Meeting and Astronomical Observation, Talks and videoconferences referred to the IAU.Observing the sky with the naked eye and with telescopes
Full details here
Contact: Carlos Acebal (Club de Astronomía de Villa Mercedes)
Date

16/05/2019 – 16/05/2019
Location

Villa Mercedes, Argentina

May1.tillNov29.
Scientific Rol Meetings
Role-Playing Games (RPGs) are games where the players play some fictional role. The event consists of small meetings to play an innovative RPG specifically designed to motivate young people to seek scientific literacy. The major scientific content of the “mission” refers to extrasolar planetary systemx.
Contact: Nicolás Pablo Maffione (CONICET)
Date

01/05/2019 – 29/11/2019
Location

San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina

Jul16.tillJul2.
Total Moon Eclipse /50º Aniversary 1st Moonlanding
Observation of the Moon eclipsed rise on the sea. Observation by telescope. Photos and models alluding to the 50th anniversary of the arrival of man on the Moon.
Full details here
Contact: Claudia C. Pérez Ferrer (Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía)
Date

16/07/2019 – 02/07/2019
Location

Mar del Plata, Argentina

May16.tillJul31.
Argentina attempts to prove the Theory of General Relativity
In relation to the eclipse of 2/7/2019 visible in Argentina, simultaneous photographs exhibitions of the expeditions carried out by the Argentine National Observatory of the solar eclipses of 1912, 1914 and 1916, in which the first attempts to prove the Theory of Relativity, will be made in different cities.
Full details here
Contact: Santiago Paolantonio (NOC Argentina)
Date

16/05/2019 – 31/07/2019
Location

Mendoza, La Plata, San Juan, Córdoba, Santa Fe, Argentina

May16.tillJul31.
The Total Solar Eclipse of July 2nd, 2019, The Theory of Relativity and the Astronomical Observatory of Cordoba
There will be a photographic exhibition of the expeditions carried out by the Argentine National Observatory of solar eclipses of 1912, 1914 and 1916, in which the first attempts were made to test the Theory of Relativity, training for teachers, lectures for the general public and the observation of the phenomenon.
Full details here
Contact: David C. Merlo (Observatorio Astronómico Córdoba, several institutions)
Date

16/05/2019 – 31/07/2019
Location

Córdoba, San Juan, Mendoza, La Plata, Santa Fe , Argentina

Jul2.
Eclipse 2019
Observation of the Total Solar Eclipse on July 2nd, 2019, along the totality, from San Juan to Buenos Aires.
Full details here
Contact: Leo Pellizza, Sergio Cellone, Luis Mammana (AAA, ICATE, CASLEO, IAFE, UNSan Juan, Observatorio de Cordoba, UNRN, Plaza del Cielo, ITeDA, CONICET)
Date

02/07/2019 – 02/07/2019
Location

Sn Juan, San Luis, Cordoba, Santa Fe, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Jul2.
Eclipse in San Luis
Observation and record of the Total Solar Eclupse on July 2nd, 2019
Full details here
Contact: Carlos Acebal (Club de Astronomía de Villa Mercedes)
Date

02/07/2019 – 02/07/2019
Location

North of San Luis, Argentina

Jan10.tillJul2.
Eclipse in San Juan: Central Path 100
San Juan is the best province to observe the Total Solar Eclipse on July 2nd (because the moment of the totality and the weather conditions). CASLEO will prepare, in cooperation with San Juan authorities, several sites for safe observation along the path of totality
Full details here
Contact: Sergio Cellone, Luis Mammana (Complejo Astronómic El Leoncito, Government of San Juan)
Date

10/01/2018 – 02/07/2019
Location

San Juan, Argentina

Jun27.tillMay31.
Anniversary of the historical Total Solar Eclipse
Exhibition on the Eclipse of May 29th, 1919 and Agentinean works on the subject
Full details here
Contact: Claudia C. Pérez Ferrer (Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía)
Date

27/06/2019 – 31/05/2019
Location

Mar del Plata, Argentina

Jul2.
Observation of the Total Solar Eclise (July 2nd, partial in Mar del Plata City!)
Observation of the Total Solar Ecliipse, with the explanations, history and importance of its observation through the times
Full details here
Contact: Claudia C. Pérez Ferrer (Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía)
Date

02/07/2019 – 02/07/2019
Location

Mar del Plata, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec31.
IAU 100 Sciences Encounters at the Planetarium
Sciences Encounters: Cicle of Conferences IAU100 year: 6 conference (to be decided). Conference by Dr. G. Bengochea “100 años de la comprobación de la Teoría de la Relatividad”
Full details here
Contact: Verónica Espino, Graciela Cacace (Planetario BsAs)
Date

01/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mar1.tillJul1.
Sun-Moon at the Galileo Galilei lanetarium
Activities related to: Solar Eclipse (partial in CABA), 20 anniversary of the Moon landing
Full details here
Contact: Verónica Espino, Graciela Cacace (Planetario BsAs)
Date

01/03/2019 – 01/07/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Jul2.
Total eclipse of the Sun
Observation of july ’19 total eclipse of the Sun (in this region only partial), from public squares, utilizing telescopes and naked eyes (filtered, all of them), taking photos and videos. There will be many publications in the Media before and after the eclipse.
Full details here
Contact: Néstor Camino (Complejo Plaza del Cielo)
Date

02/07/2019 – 02/07/2019
Location

Esquel, Argentina

Jul1.tillJul31.
Total Eclipse of Sun
Filming of the eclipse, didactic material and fulldome projections.
Full details here
Contact: Lic. Diego Bagú – FCAGLP (UNLP)
Date

01/07/2019 – 31/07/2019
Location

La Plata, Argentina

Jan21.
Eclipse total de Luna en el OAC (PAST EVENT)
The observatory park will be opened to the general public for the observation of the eclipse. There will be exhibitions related to the theme and screenings will be made. The event will be broadcast.
Full details here
Contact: David Merlo (Observatorio Astronómico Córdoba)
Date

21/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Córdoba, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
Eclipse january 2019. (PAST EVENT)
We are going to see the total lunar eclipse.
Contact: Daniel Chiesa (Asociacion Civil Aficionados a la Astronomia Bariloche)
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
Lunar Eclipse (PAST EVENT)
Record all the different stages of the Lunar Eclipse of January 21, 2019, obtain images of the Eclipse, produce a film of the Astronomical phenomenon and disseminate it to the public.
Full details here
Contact: Raúl Roberto Podestá (Observatorio Nova Persei II)
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Formosa, Argentina

Jul4.tillJul5.
WDEA III (Workshop on Dissemination and Education of the Astronomy)
After the success of the first editions of WDEA I, held in Córdoba city on the occasion of the International Year of Astronomy (IYA2009) and WDEA II, 2017 in Esquel coinciding with the annular solar eclipse, we are pleased to invite you to participate in the Third Workshop on Dissemination and Education of Astronomy, WDEA III. It will take place in the city of San Juan, Argentina, on July 4th and 5th, 2019, after the total solar eclipse that will occur on July 2nd and will cross the Argentine territory from west to east. In this opportunity, and due to the central event of the week, WDEA III will be developed in association with the scientific meeting: “Towards Future Research on Space Weather Drivers” (FRESWED2019) which will be held in the city of San Juan between July 2nd and 6th, 2019.
Full details here
Contact: Leonardo PellizzaSOC), Maria Eugenia Varela (LOC), Beatriz Garcia (NOC) (ICATE, ITeDA, UNCuyo, UTN, CASLEO, UNRN, Plaza del Cielo, CONICET)
Date

04/07/2019 – 05/07/2019
Location

San Juan, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
Eclipse Total de Luna (PAST EVENT)
During the next Eclipse of the moon, in addition to sharing a dinner of camaraderie with the members, we will carry out a seminar on eclipses and a talk about how Buenaventura Suarez, made the book “Lunario of a century, where I study the Moon from the reductions Jesuits since 1670. Likewise, a workshop on photography and timelapse, where it will be applied to the eclipse with reasons to document the entire process, free and free to all interested public – Limited tickets.
Full details here
Contact: Alejandro Sommer (Cielo Guaraní – Astronomía Misionera Aficionada)
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Posadas, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
Lunar Eclipse (PAST EVENT)
Record all the different stages of the Lunar Eclipse of January 21, 2019, obtain images of the Eclipse, produce a film of the Astronomical phenomenon and disseminate it to the public.
Full details here
Contact: Raúl Roberto Podestá (Observatorio Nova Persei II )
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Formosa, Argentina

Jan20.tillJan21.
Trekking nocturno (PAST EVENT)
Hike in the Pequenco to observe from the top of a hill the sunset and the exit of the Moon. Stove. Live music. Oservations with Telescope. Wine tasting. Recognition of the night sky. Total Eclipse of Luna.
Full details here
Contact: Andrés Risi (BION Club – AstroTurismo MAlargüe – Dirección de Turismo (Municipalidad de MAlargüe))
Date

20/01/2019 – 21/01/2019
Location

Malargüe, Argentina

Feb11.tillFeb25.
Women Hold Up Half the Sky?Las mujeres sostienen la mitad del cielo (PAST EVENT)
Inspired by the Chinese sentence, a series of activities (photographic exhibition, workshops, projection of “Agora” the movie directed by A. Amenabar) will be performed at a Public Library, which remember the old Library of Alexandria where Hypatia, the first woman astronomer was also the last Librarian.
Full details here
Contact: Beatriz Garcia, Silvina Pérez (ITeDA Mendoza, Biblioteca+Mediateca Municipal Manuel Belgrano)
Date

11/02/2019 – 25/02/2019
Location

Godoy Cruz, Argentina

Feb5.
Talk and observation by telescope (PAST EVENT)
There will be an astronomy talk and then observation by telescope. The activity is for all public.
Full details here
Contact: Fanny Santiago (Comuna de Picho Huinca y Astro Divulgadores)
Date

05/02/2019 – 05/02/2019
Location

Pichi Huinca, Argentina

Feb1.tillFeb1.
Water Rockets and Observation by Telescope (PAST EVENT)
In the morning, children´ll built whater rockets with plastics botles and paperboard. At night, observation by telescope of globular clusters, nebulae and constellations. The observation will be with and without telescope. The event is for all the public.
Full details here
Contact: Fanny Santiago (Municipalidad de Macachín y Astro Divulgadores)
Date

01/02/2109 – 01/02/2019
Location

Macachín, Argentina

Feb24.tillFeb24.
Observation by telescope (PAST EVENT)
At night, people will observed by telescope the stars, nebulae and star clusters. The event is in the main square at 21 h for all the public.
Full details here
Contact: Fanny Santiago (Municipalidad de Eduardo Castex y Astro Divulgadores)
Date

24/02/2019 – 24/02/0019
Location

Eduardo Castex, Argentina

Feb10.
Under sky of Ingeniero Luiggi (PAST EVENT)
In the afternoon water rocket construction with children. At night, observation by telescope of the moon. This activity is for all the public.
Full details here
Contact: Fanny Santiago (Municipalidad de Ingeniero Luiggi, Pro Vida, Astro Divulgadores)
Date

10/02/2019 – 10/02/2019
Location

Ingeniero Luiggi, Argentina

Mar29.
The rise of woman on the science stair (PAST EVENT)
I will provide a summary of different stages experienced in my profession, each linked with my personal life. Starting with the decision to study Astronomy, for this, I had to move from a small town to La Plata, located a few hundred kilometers away. With only 18 years old and without comunication by cell phone or internet, as there is today. Finishing with my habitual life, with the responsibilities of a family with young childrens still and a profession. I will tell about the obstacles that I had to overcome and the acknowledgments that I received. I will also give a brief description of the research topics developed in each step “of the science stair”.
Contact: Matilde Iannuzzi (Planetario Galileo Galilei, CABA, Argentina.)
Date

29/03/2019 – 29/03/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Jan1.tillDec31.
On line astrophysical and Cosmologic news
The latest scientific works on high energy and online cosmology are presented, as well as presenting the blog with interesting information on educational activities, and outreach, as well as interactive material and sites of interest and astronomical information.
Full details here
Contact: Mendicini, Daniel José (LIADA – CODE)
Date

01/01/2019 – 31/12/2019
Location

Santa Fe, Argentina

Apr5.tillApr7.
“Messier Marathon 2019” Modified in Southern Hemisphere. (PAST EVENT)
Abstract: Milky Way, The Sun the nearest star, objetcts that we will observe in the sky. Description of the first Messier object. Practical observation. Paleontology in the Mendoza mountain. Diverse professionals conferences. Final observation. It is not suspended by bad weather, we have great plans in that case!
Contact: Elias Juri (G.A.M.A. (Group of Astronomical of Mendoza Amateurs))
Date

05/04/2019 – 07/04/2019
Location

Uspallata, Mendoza, Argentina

Mar20.tillMar21.
Hypatia and the equinox (PAST EVENT)
We will perform another “thematic” star party, this time the subject will be the equinox and the exact calculation by Hypatia and the consequence of this calculus. The activity will start at the time for the equinox, 18:58, local time.
Contact: Carlos Bello, Beatriz Garcia (ITeDA Medoza and UTN-FM)
Date

20/03/2019 – 21/03/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Mar1.
Presentation of the IAU-100 and the Month of the Women in UTN (PAST EVENT)
An special conference to present the events for the month for Engineers
Contact: Beatriz Garcia, Raul Pia (ITeDA and UTN-FRM)
Date

01/03/2019 – 01/03/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Mar30.
Music and Stars. 100 Years under one Sky (PAST EVENT)
Simphonic Concert with astronomical images
Contact: Olga Pintado (Universidad de San Pablo – T and Ente Cultural de Tucuman)
Date

30/03/2019 – 30/03/2019
Location

San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina

Mar30.
Musica y Estrellas – Concierto de Gala (PAST EVENT)
Concierto de Gala de la Orquesta Estable de la Provincia de Tucumán con la proyección de imágenes astronómica. Dirigido por Carl Christensen.
Contact: Olga Pintado (Universidad de San Pablo Tucumán y Ente Cultural de Tucumàn )
Date

30/03/2019 – 30/03/2019
Location

San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina

Mar29.
The rise of women in science (PAST EVENT)
Conference of women in science
Full details here
Contact: Tamara Sofía Correa (Planetario Galileo Galilei)
Date

29/03/2019 – 29/03/2019
Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Apr5.
El camino a la Luna (The path to the Moon) (PAST EVENT)
A multimedia talk with the argentinian aerospace engineer Pablo de León (Director of UND Human Spaceflight Laboratory Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota, USA) about the origin and results of the Apollo space program. We have also an exhibition of memorabilia about the Apollo 11 mission.
Full details here
Contact: Diego Bagú (Planetario Ciudad de La Plata, Facultad Ciencias Astronómicas y Geofísicas, Universidad Nacional de La Plata)
Date

05/04/2019 – 05/04/2019
Location

La Plata, Argentina

May7.tillJul3.
100 años bajo un mismo cielo: muestra fotográfica
Photographic exhibition of 100y celebration, with 4 main sections: historical Argentinean attempts to prove the Theory of General Relativity and the 1919 Eclipse, Women in Astronomy, Light Pollution and International Day of Light. The exhibition will be presented following these lines, in special areas. As par of this activity, we will perform a series of conferences and round tables with the presence of Marta Rovira (first woman president of CONICET), Santiago Paolantonio (responsible of the historical photo-collection) and Cristina Mandrini, president of the National Committee os Astronomy.
Full details here
Contact: Natalia Cabrera, Silvina Pérez (Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Mendoza, ITeDA Mendoza, NOC-Argentina)
Date

07/05/2019 – 03/07/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Mar30.
Earth Hour-La Hora del Planeta en Mendoza (PAST EVENT)
We will celebrate the Earth Hour on March 30th between 20:30 and 21:30. The activity will meet people from all the municipalities at the access stairs of the Government Building in Mendoza and at a park in Godoy Cruz. Some special performances are planned for this hour.
Full details here
Contact: Bruno Orellano, Silvina Pérez, Beatriz García (Environment Secretary, NOC-Argentina, ITeDAM)
Date

30/03/2019 – 30/03/2019
Location

Mendoza and Godoy Cruz, Argentina

May29.
Einsteins School Fair of Sciences
On the day of the anniversary of the 1919 eclipse, on May 29th, the Einstein School “Escuela del Magisterio” depending on the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, will perform an open day with a Fair of Sciences, in which all the courses (students between 11 and 18) will exhibit their special projects on Sciences, with a special activity about the eclipses and the Theory of General Relativity.
Full details here
Contact: Elizabeth Gutierrez, Beatriz García (Escuela del Magisterio)
Date

29/05/2019 – 29/05/2019
Location

Mendoza, Argentina

Apr4.tillMay31.
Aportes para la enseñanza de la astronomiaen la educación primaria y secundaria: Eclipses
Teacher training to contribute to the deepening and resignification of the implementation of the Provincial Curricular Designs of Primary and Secondary Education. Various teaching proposals related to astronomical themes are addressed, particularly eclipses and the potential of their teaching, in consideration of the total solar eclipse that will be visible in Argentina on July 2, 2019. The possibilities offered by the planetarium are exploited belonging to the Astronomical Observatory, and from a workshop format teachers perform various observational activities and construction of simple instruments.
Full details here
Contact: Santiago Paolantonio (“Ministerio de Educación de la Provincia de Córdoba” and “Observatorio Astronómico de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba”)
Date

04/04/2019 – 31/05/2019
Location

Córdoba, Argentina

Jul16.
Eclipse Total de Luna y los 50 años de apolo 11
The eclipse will be observed at the exit of the Moon and we will share images of the Apollo missions, some models and illustrative material to explain the phenomena and the adventure that were the Apollo missions, as well as all the explanations and answers to the questions.
Full details here
Contact: Claudia Pérez Ferrer (Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía)
Date

16/07/2019 – 16/07/2019
Location

Mar del Plata, Argentina

UNIONE ASTRONOMICA INTERNAZIONALE 1919 – 2019 “Eventi”

Astrofisica/Astrophysics, Astronomi Gesuiti/Jesuit Astronomers, Astronomia/Astronomy, Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Città del Vaticano/Vatican City, Collaborazione Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory Collaboration, Compagnia di Gesù/Society of Jesus, Father David Brown SJ, Father Gabriele Gionti SJ, Father George V. Coyne SJ - Director of the Vatican Observatory (1978 - 2006), Fisica/Physics, Fratello Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Geologia/Geology, Gesuiti/Jesuits, Intelligenza Artificiale/Artificial Intelligence, Matematica/Mathematics, Oggetti Volanti Non Identificati (OVNI)/Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Osservatori Astronomici Australiani/Australian Astronomical Observatories, Osservatori Astronomici/Astronomical Observatories, Osservatorio Australe Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio del Sud Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio di Antenne Radio di un Chilometro Quadrato/Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO), Osservatorio Europeo Australe (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio Europeo del Sud (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Padre David Brown SJ, Padre Gabriele Gionti SJ, Padre George V. Coyne SJ - Direttore della Specola Vaticana (1978 - 2006), Pianeti del Sistema Solare/Planets of the Solar System, Pianeti Extrasolari/Extrasolar Planets, Progetto SETI/SETI Project, Sonde Interplanetarie/Interplanetary Probes, Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory, Storia dell'Astrofisica/History of Astrophysics, Telescopi Spaziali/Space Telescopes, Telescopio dell'Orizzonte degli Eventi/Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), Telescopio Spaziale James Webb/James Webb Space Telescope, Unione Astronomica Internazionale/International Astronomical Union (IAU), Vita Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial Life, Vita intelligente Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial intelligent Life
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Le celebrazioni IAU100 consisteranno in attività coordinate a livello nazionale, regionale e internazionale. Le attività saranno pianificate in modo che le persone di tutte le età e di tutte le provenienze possano ottenere un apprezzamento per il ruolo centrale dell’astronomia per l’educazione, lo sviluppo, la sensibilizzazione e la diplomazia.

Chiunque può inviare un evento relativo all’astronomia che si allinea agli Obiettivi IAU100 . Unisciti a noi per festeggiare un secolo di entusiasmanti scoperte astronomiche inviando qui il tuo evento .

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La prima foto di un buco nero bussa a Porta a Porta con Kazi Rygl

Astrofisica/Astrophysics, Astronomi Gesuiti/Jesuit Astronomers, Astronomia/Astronomy, Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Città del Vaticano/Vatican City, Collaborazione Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory Collaboration, Compagnia di Gesù/Society of Jesus, Father David Brown SJ, Father Gabriele Gionti SJ, Father George V. Coyne SJ - Director of the Vatican Observatory (1978 - 2006), Fisica/Physics, Fratello Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Geologia/Geology, Gesuiti/Jesuits, Intelligenza Artificiale/Artificial Intelligence, Matematica/Mathematics, Oggetti Volanti Non Identificati (OVNI)/Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Osservatori Astronomici Australiani/Australian Astronomical Observatories, Osservatori Astronomici/Astronomical Observatories, Osservatorio Australe Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio del Sud Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio di Antenne Radio di un Chilometro Quadrato/Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO), Osservatorio Europeo Australe (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio Europeo del Sud (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Padre David Brown SJ, Padre Gabriele Gionti SJ, Padre George V. Coyne SJ - Direttore della Specola Vaticana (1978 - 2006), Pianeti del Sistema Solare/Planets of the Solar System, Pianeti Extrasolari/Extrasolar Planets, Progetto SETI/SETI Project, Sonde Interplanetarie/Interplanetary Probes, Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory, Storia dell'Astrofisica/History of Astrophysics, Telescopi Spaziali/Space Telescopes, Telescopio dell'Orizzonte degli Eventi/Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), Telescopio Spaziale James Webb/James Webb Space Telescope, Unione Astronomica Internazionale/International Astronomical Union (IAU), Vita Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial Life, Vita intelligente Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial intelligent Life

La prima foto di un buco nero bussa a Porta a Porta con Kazi Rygl

Dinamica del plasma ed emissione attorno a un buco nero di Kerr

Astrofisica/Astrophysics, Astronomi Gesuiti/Jesuit Astronomers, Astronomia/Astronomy, Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Città del Vaticano/Vatican City, Collaborazione Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory Collaboration, Compagnia di Gesù/Society of Jesus, Father David Brown SJ, Father Gabriele Gionti SJ, Father George V. Coyne SJ - Director of the Vatican Observatory (1978 - 2006), Fisica/Physics, Fratello Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Geologia/Geology, Gesuiti/Jesuits, Intelligenza Artificiale/Artificial Intelligence, Matematica/Mathematics, Oggetti Volanti Non Identificati (OVNI)/Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Osservatori Astronomici Australiani/Australian Astronomical Observatories, Osservatori Astronomici/Astronomical Observatories, Osservatorio Australe Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio del Sud Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio di Antenne Radio di un Chilometro Quadrato/Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO), Osservatorio Europeo Australe (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio Europeo del Sud (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Padre David Brown SJ, Padre Gabriele Gionti SJ, Padre George V. Coyne SJ - Direttore della Specola Vaticana (1978 - 2006), Pianeti del Sistema Solare/Planets of the Solar System, Pianeti Extrasolari/Extrasolar Planets, Progetto SETI/SETI Project, Sonde Interplanetarie/Interplanetary Probes, Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory, Storia dell'Astrofisica/History of Astrophysics, Telescopi Spaziali/Space Telescopes, Telescopio dell'Orizzonte degli Eventi/Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), Telescopio Spaziale James Webb/James Webb Space Telescope, Unione Astronomica Internazionale/International Astronomical Union (IAU), Vita Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial Life, Vita intelligente Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial intelligent Life


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Pubblicato il 13 apr 2019

Video ripreso, con l’autorizzazione degli autori, dal canale Relastro @ ITP – Goethe University, Frankfurt.

Voiceover in italiano di Maura Sandri Versione originale senza voiceover: https://youtu.be/XmvpKFSvB7A

Descrizione del video originale:
Nel video mostriamo uno zoom dalle immagini del telescopio ottico al cuore della galassia M87. Lì, un plasma di diversi miliardi di gradi centigradi vortica intorno al buco nero a oltre 3.600.000 km / h. Questo sistema è simulato su un supercomputer. Analizzando la simulazione possiamo creare un’immagine di come dovrebbe apparire il buco nero visto dalla Terra. Con la collaborazione globale EHT siamo stati in grado di unire telescopi in tutto il mondo per creare un singolo telescopio terrestre, che può quindi osservare l’effettivo buco nero. Dopo l’osservazione di aprile 2017 ci sono voluti centinaia di scienziati per due anni per creare l’immagine finale presentata in questo video. Questa immagine osservativa può quindi essere paragonata alla simulazione del buco nero, e con questo possiamo ancora una volta testare la teoria della relatività di Einstein contro la realtà. La galassia M87 si trova a 55 milioni di anni luce di distanza o 52×10²⁰ km Il suo buco nero centrale ha una massa di 7,22 miliardi di masse solari, ovvero 1,4356×10³⁷ kg o 3,1651×10³⁷ libbre

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Unione Astronomica Internazionale: i primi 100 anni (e i prossimi 100)

Astrofisica/Astrophysics, Astronomi Gesuiti/Jesuit Astronomers, Astronomia/Astronomy, Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Città del Vaticano/Vatican City, Collaborazione Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory Collaboration, Compagnia di Gesù/Society of Jesus, Father David Brown SJ, Father Gabriele Gionti SJ, Father George V. Coyne SJ - Director of the Vatican Observatory (1978 - 2006), Fisica/Physics, Fratello Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Geologia/Geology, Gesuiti/Jesuits, Intelligenza Artificiale/Artificial Intelligence, Matematica/Mathematics, Oggetti Volanti Non Identificati (OVNI)/Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Osservatori Astronomici Australiani/Australian Astronomical Observatories, Osservatori Astronomici/Astronomical Observatories, Osservatorio Australe Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio del Sud Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio di Antenne Radio di un Chilometro Quadrato/Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO), Osservatorio Europeo Australe (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio Europeo del Sud (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Padre David Brown SJ, Padre Gabriele Gionti SJ, Padre George V. Coyne SJ - Direttore della Specola Vaticana (1978 - 2006), Pianeti del Sistema Solare/Planets of the Solar System, Pianeti Extrasolari/Extrasolar Planets, Progetto SETI/SETI Project, Sonde Interplanetarie/Interplanetary Probes, Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory, Storia dell'Astrofisica/History of Astrophysics, Telescopi Spaziali/Space Telescopes, Telescopio dell'Orizzonte degli Eventi/Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), Telescopio Spaziale James Webb/James Webb Space Telescope, Unione Astronomica Internazionale/International Astronomical Union (IAU), Vita Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial Life, Vita intelligente Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial intelligent Life


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Pubblicato il 15 apr 2019

Interviste di Rossella Spiga, Deputy National Outreach Coordinator IAU Italia; edizione di Stefano Parisini, Media Inaf

Per spegnere le sue prime cento candeline l’Unione astronomica mondiale è tornata al Palazzo delle Accademie di Bruxelles, lo stesso posto dove nacque ufficialmente nel 1919. Alla cerimonia, intitolata “100 anni sotto lo stesso cielo”, era presente anche la nostra inviata Rossella Spiga.

Jorge Rivero, coordinatore delle celebrazioni per il 100° anniversario della Iau: «Quello che vorremmo celebrare non sono solamente i 100 anni dell’Unione astronomica internazionale ma quello che per noi è più importante: cento anni di scoperte astronomiche, il potenziale dell’astronomia per lo sviluppo culturale ed economico, per la diplomazia, e in particolar modo per l’istruzione. Per noi è stata veramente una scusa per celebrare l’astronomia e coinvolgere tutto il mondo a festeggiare con noi lungo tutto l’anno. Abbiamo già eventi programmati in più di cento nazioni, organizzati dal basso da migliaia di persone che non sono direttamente collegate alla Iau, e siamo molto felici che questo accada».

Cosa possiamo aspettarci nel prossimo futuro per la ricerca astronomica?

Ewine van Dishoeck, Presidente Iau:
«È sempre molto difficile prevedere il futuro, ma se consideriamo a che punto eravamo 100 anni fa, nel 1919, non sapevamo neanche come fanno le stelle a brillare; non sapevamo quanto esteso fosse l’universo, pensavamo fosse più o meno grande quanto la nostra Via Lattea; non conoscevamo pianeti attorno ad altre stelle, si postulava certamente l’esistenza di esopianeti ma la prova scientifica è arrivata solo nel 1995. Ora sappiamo che ogni stella ha in media almeno un pianeta, di tipologie molto diverse da quelli presenti nel nostro Sistema solare. Certamente faremo progressi in questo campo nei prossimi trenta o quarant’anni, stiamo costruendo telescopi sempre più potenti, come l’Extremely Large Telescope e il nuovo telescopio spaziale James Webb, che cominceranno a rivelare i componenti reali delle atmosfere di questi esopianeti. La domanda “Siamo soli nell’universo?” – che è forse una delle domande fondamentali dell’umanità – è una di quelle a cui certamente cominceremo a dare una risposta scientifica nei prossimi 50 o 100 anni. E questo è estremamente affascinante!»

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Il presidente dell’INAF a TG Leonardo sulla nascita di SKA Observatory

Astrofisica/Astrophysics, Astronomi Gesuiti/Jesuit Astronomers, Astronomia/Astronomy, Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Città del Vaticano/Vatican City, Collaborazione Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory Collaboration, Compagnia di Gesù/Society of Jesus, Father David Brown SJ, Father Gabriele Gionti SJ, Father George V. Coyne SJ - Director of the Vatican Observatory (1978 - 2006), Fisica/Physics, Fratello Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Geologia/Geology, Gesuiti/Jesuits, Intelligenza Artificiale/Artificial Intelligence, Matematica/Mathematics, Oggetti Volanti Non Identificati (OVNI)/Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Osservatori Astronomici Australiani/Australian Astronomical Observatories, Osservatori Astronomici/Astronomical Observatories, Osservatorio Australe Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio del Sud Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio di Antenne Radio di un Chilometro Quadrato/Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO), Osservatorio Europeo Australe (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio Europeo del Sud (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Padre David Brown SJ, Padre Gabriele Gionti SJ, Padre George V. Coyne SJ - Direttore della Specola Vaticana (1978 - 2006), Pianeti del Sistema Solare/Planets of the Solar System, Pianeti Extrasolari/Extrasolar Planets, Progetto SETI/SETI Project, Sonde Interplanetarie/Interplanetary Probes, Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory, Storia dell'Astrofisica/History of Astrophysics, Telescopi Spaziali/Space Telescopes, Telescopio dell'Orizzonte degli Eventi/Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), Telescopio Spaziale James Webb/James Webb Space Telescope, Unione Astronomica Internazionale/International Astronomical Union (IAU), Vita Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial Life, Vita intelligente Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial intelligent Life

Il presidente dell’INAF a TG Leonardo sulla nascita di SKA Observatory
Servizio di Silvia Rosa-Brusin andato in onda nell’edizione del 12 marzo 2019

L’ambasciatore d’Australia in visita ai radiotelescopi Inaf di Medicina

Astrofisica/Astrophysics, Astronomi Gesuiti/Jesuit Astronomers, Astronomia/Astronomy, Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Città del Vaticano/Vatican City, Collaborazione Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory Collaboration, Compagnia di Gesù/Society of Jesus, Father David Brown SJ, Father Gabriele Gionti SJ, Father George V. Coyne SJ - Director of the Vatican Observatory (1978 - 2006), Fisica/Physics, Fratello Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Geologia/Geology, Gesuiti/Jesuits, Intelligenza Artificiale/Artificial Intelligence, Matematica/Mathematics, Oggetti Volanti Non Identificati (OVNI)/Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Osservatori Astronomici/Astronomical Observatories, Osservatorio Australe Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio del Sud Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio di Antenne Radio di un Chilometro Quadrato/Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO), Osservatorio Europeo Australe (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio Europeo del Sud (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Padre David Brown SJ, Padre Gabriele Gionti SJ, Padre George V. Coyne SJ - Direttore della Specola Vaticana (1978 - 2006), Pianeti del Sistema Solare/Planets of the Solar System, Pianeti Extrasolari/Extrasolar Planets, Progetto SETI/SETI Project, Sonde Interplanetarie/Interplanetary Probes, Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory, Storia dell'Astrofisica/History of Astrophysics, Telescopi Spaziali/Space Telescopes, Telescopio dell'Orizzonte degli Eventi/Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), Telescopio Spaziale James Webb/James Webb Space Telescope, Unione Astronomica Internazionale/International Astronomical Union (IAU), Vita Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial Life, Vita intelligente Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial intelligent Life

L’ambasciatore d’Australia in visita ai radiotelescopi Inaf di Medicina
Servizio di Ivan Epicoco andato in onda nell’edizione delle 19:30 del TG3 Emilia Romagna il 2 aprile 2019

Elisabetta Liuzzo ad Agorà sulla prima immagine di un buco nero

Astrofisica/Astrophysics, Astronomi Gesuiti/Jesuit Astronomers, Astronomia/Astronomy, Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Città del Vaticano/Vatican City, Collaborazione Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory Collaboration, Compagnia di Gesù/Society of Jesus, Father David Brown SJ, Father Gabriele Gionti SJ, Father George V. Coyne SJ - Director of the Vatican Observatory (1978 - 2006), Fisica/Physics, Fratello Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Geologia/Geology, Gesuiti/Jesuits, Intelligenza Artificiale/Artificial Intelligence, Matematica/Mathematics, Oggetti Volanti Non Identificati (OVNI)/Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Osservatori Astronomici Australiani/Australian Astronomical Observatories, Osservatori Astronomici/Astronomical Observatories, Osservatorio Australe Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio del Sud Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio di Antenne Radio di un Chilometro Quadrato/Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO), Osservatorio Europeo Australe (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio Europeo del Sud (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Padre David Brown SJ, Padre Gabriele Gionti SJ, Padre George V. Coyne SJ - Direttore della Specola Vaticana (1978 - 2006), Pianeti del Sistema Solare/Planets of the Solar System, Pianeti Extrasolari/Extrasolar Planets, Progetto SETI/SETI Project, Sonde Interplanetarie/Interplanetary Probes, Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory, Storia dell'Astrofisica/History of Astrophysics, Telescopi Spaziali/Space Telescopes, Telescopio dell'Orizzonte degli Eventi/Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), Telescopio Spaziale James Webb/James Webb Space Telescope, Unione Astronomica Internazionale/International Astronomical Union (IAU), Vita Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial Life, Vita intelligente Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial intelligent Life

Elisabetta Liuzzo ad Agorà sulla prima immagine di un buco nero
Intervista di Serena Bortone andata in onda nella puntata dell’11 aprile 2019.

Liuzzo, Rygl e D’Amico al Tg Leonardo sul buco nero

Astrofisica/Astrophysics, Astronomi Gesuiti/Jesuit Astronomers, Astronomia/Astronomy, Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Città del Vaticano/Vatican City, Collaborazione Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory Collaboration, Compagnia di Gesù/Society of Jesus, Father David Brown SJ, Father Gabriele Gionti SJ, Father George V. Coyne SJ - Director of the Vatican Observatory (1978 - 2006), Fisica/Physics, Fratello Guy Joseph Consolmagno SJ, Geologia/Geology, Gesuiti/Jesuits, Intelligenza Artificiale/Artificial Intelligence, Matematica/Mathematics, Oggetti Volanti Non Identificati (OVNI)/Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Osservatori Astronomici Australiani/Australian Astronomical Observatories, Osservatori Astronomici/Astronomical Observatories, Osservatorio Australe Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio del Sud Europeo (ESO)/European Southern Observatory (ESO), Osservatorio di Antenne Radio di un Chilometro Quadrato/Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO), Padre David Brown SJ, Padre Gabriele Gionti SJ, Padre George V. Coyne SJ - Direttore della Specola Vaticana (1978 - 2006), Pianeti del Sistema Solare/Planets of the Solar System, Progetto SETI/SETI Project, Sonde Interplanetarie/Interplanetary Probes, Specola Vaticana/Vatican Observatory, Storia dell'Astrofisica/History of Astrophysics, Telescopi Spaziali/Space Telescopes, Telescopio dell'Orizzonte degli Eventi/Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), Unione Astronomica Internazionale/International Astronomical Union (IAU), Vita Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial Life, Vita intelligente Extraterrestre/Extraterrestrial intelligent Life

Liuzzo, Rygl e D’Amico al Tg Leonardo sul buco nero