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100 Hours of Astronomy

31 Mar 2009, 00:04 UTC
100 Hours of Astronomy
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From April 2 to April 5, there is going to be a worldwide event for astronomy, 100 Hours of Astronomy. Among them is a 24-hour livecast from 80 telescopes around the world (from speculating about going around the world in 80 days to live broadcasts from 80 telescopes around the world in a single [...]From April 2 to April 5, there is going to be a worldwide event for astronomy, 100 Hours of Astronomy. Among them is a 24-hour livecast from 80 telescopes around the world (from speculating about going around the world in 80 days to live broadcasts from 80 telescopes around the world in a single day, we really have come far), which some might manage to watch it all in a single marathon session, although I’m only planning to watch a few live such as the livecast from Chandra. Of course, 100 Hours of Astronomy would also be a great excuse to go out and look through a live telescope.

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