Series of outreach events at the Kryoneri Observatory – Summer 2021
The Institute of Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Applications and Remote Sensing of the National Observatory of Athens organizes for the summer months, astronomy evenings at the Kryoneri Observatory in Corinth.
- 1 July 2021 at 21:00
“Observing meteorites from the Kryoneri Observatory” Speaker: Dr. Manolis Xylouris, Director of Research IAADET / EAA, Head of Kryoneri Observatory.
- 25 July 2021 at 21:00
“Modern Cosmology a journey through space and time” Speaker: Dr. Spyros Vasilakos, Director of IAADET / EAA, President of the Hellenic Astronomical Committee.
- August 8, 2021 | at 21:00
“How safe is space for travelers?” Speaker: Dr. Thanasis Papaioannou, Mandated Researcher IAADET / EAA Save
- 29 August 2021 | at 20:30
“Volcanic eruptions and climate over the last 1000 years” Speaker: Dr. Stergios Messios, Postdoctoral Researcher IAADET / EAA.
- 5 September 2021 | at 20:30
“Space Weather: Our Explosive Sun and Its Impacts” Speaker: Dr. Olga Malandraki, Principal Investigator IAADET / EAA. President of the Sun-Earth Department, European Geophysical Union (EGU)
- 19 September 2021 | at 20:30
“The Contribution of the National Observatory of Athens in Dealing with Intense Natural Phenomena and Natural Disasters” Speaker: Prof. Manolis Pleionis, Director and Chairman of the Board. of the National Observatory of Athens.
* The maximum number of participants per event is 50 people, while the current restrictions and sanitary measures to protect public health from the risk of further spread of the coronavirus will be observed.