Posted by: solarastronomy2009 | February 11, 2009

Sun Day of 100 Hours of Astronomy


The SunDay of 100 Hours of Astronomy.

100 hours of Astronomy is a 100-hour (from Thursday to Sunday, 2nd to the 5th of April 2009), round-the-clock, round-the-globe event inside the International Year of Astronomy.


It consists of a wide range of public outreach activities, live science center, research observatory webcasts and sidewalk astronomy events.  This Solar TG collaborates with 100 Hours, supporting any activity related to the Sun, and providing instructionsideas and recommendations for safe solar observations.

Furthermore, the last day of 100 hours will be featuring solar activities, and is called the Sun day.

To know more the Sun day, how to aprticipate, ideas to create and event and contact, visit this page:

Let the last day of 100 Hours be the Sun day, not just a Sunday.

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