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Hồ Chí Minh City (Spring 2008)

Saturday 10 May 2008 by perbosc
Hồ Chí Minh City Amateur Astronomy Club, Vietnam > continue


Beloeil (Spring 2008)

Thursday 24 April 2008 by perbosc
Table of contents 16/01/200822/04/2008 school : Le Tournesol Beloeil (Québec) Canada latitude : 45° 35′ N longitude : -72° 48′ W On December 21st, we were very disappointed because we could not (...) > continue


Cluj Napoca (Spring 2008)

Thursday 24 April 2008 by perbosc
Colegiul Tehnic de Comunicatii "Augustin Maior" Latitude: 46˚46’N =46,767˚ Longitude: 23˚36’E =23,600˚ Year: 2008 Cluj-Napoca, Romania. date : 2008-04-23 angle : 33 ° 45 ′ date : 2008-04-22 angle : 33 ° 42 ′ date : 2008-04-21 angle : 33 ° 40 (...) > continue


Meerut (Spring 2008)

Friday 28 March 2008 by perbosc
The results of 5 schools in Meerut , Uttar Pradesh , INDIA (latitude:28,983°N) School Address Experimenter Angle NAS college Shivaji Road Deepak Sharma 29,9° DH college Lisari Mahender Singh 29,2° Safalta college Modi Puram Rakesh Kumar 28,89° Zila Vigyan (...) > continue


Xiamen (Spring 2008)

Wednesday 26 March 2008 by perbosc
Xiamen International School , China > continue


Vastseliina (Spring 2008)

Monday 24 March 2008 by perbosc
Vastseliina Boarding School, Estonia Latitude 57° 44’ 41’’ N Longitude 27° 15’ 57’’ E March 24, 2008 > continue


Adelaide (Spring 2008)

Friday 21 March 2008 by perbosc
Noon-day Project March 2008 Matthew and Peter Sowerbutts Adelaide South Australia > continue


Lafrançaise (Spring 2008)

Thursday 20 March 2008 by perbosc
We had a sunny day for the equinox measurements. We used two gnomons of 100cm and 50 cm high. With the gnomon of 50cm we realized an animation of the shadow of the gnomon Original video (640x480 pixels) on EAAE website With the 100cm gnomon we made a precise measurement of (...) > continue


Arras (Spring 2008)

Thursday 20 March 2008 by perbosc
The weather was so bad , that we just realized measurements between 9:10 am to 11:20 am (Central European Time). We marked with a paint spot the extremity of the shadow of the gnomon. Those 14 points were drawing a line: It happens only twice during the year, on the equinox days. So we could (...) > continue


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