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Member Reports from Georgia Astronomy Club "GeoAstroClub"

Sep 14

Astronomy Festival 2020 in Tbilisi, Georgia

On September 12, 2020, with the funding of #SRNSFG - Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia, organized by the Georgian Astronomy Club, an Astronomy Festival was held in the Rike Park amphitheatre, Tbilisi, Georgia. Astronomical Festival "Astrofest - 2020" is a public event that includes popular lectures and telescope observations of celestial bodies (Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, constellations). The event is also sponsored by the official partner of #Celestron in Caucasus - #Planetarium. The event has no age restrictions and is completely free! The Astronomy Club offered its telescopes to the attendees, though some brought their own optics. This is... Read More...

Sep 07

Astronomy Festival 2020 in Ozurgeti, Georgia

On August 27, 2020, with the funding of #SRNSFG - Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia, organized by the Georgian Astronomy Club, an Astronomy Festival was held in the state public meeting area "Performance Square", Ozurgeti, Georgia. Astronomical Festival "Astrofest - 2020" is a public event that includes popular lectures and telescope observations of celestial bodies (Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, constellations). The event is also sponsored by the official partner of #Celestron in Caucasus - #Planetarium. The event has no age restrictions and is completely free! The Astronomy Club offered its telescopes to the attendees, though some brought their own... Read More...

Sep 07

Astronomy Festival 2020, Batumi, Georgia

On August 26, 2020, with the funding of #SRNSFG - Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia, organized by the Georgian Astronomy Club, an Astronomy Festival was held in the Black Sea recreational area amphitheatre “New Boulevard”, Batumi, Georgia. Astronomical Festival "Astrofest - 2020" is a public event that includes popular lectures and telescope observations of celestial bodies (Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, constellations). The event is also sponsored by the official partner of #Celestron in Caucasus - #Planetarium. The event has no age restrictions and is completely free! The Astronomy Club offered its telescopes to the attendees, though some brought their... Read More...

Aug 08

Astronomy Festival 2020 in Kutaisi, Georgia

On August 7, 2020, with the funding of #SRNSFG - Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia, organized by the Georgian Astronomy Club, an Astronomy Festival was held at Ramaz Shengelia Football Stadium, Kutaisi, Georgia. Astronomical Festival "Astrofest - 2020" is a public event that includes popular lectures and telescope observations of celestial bodies (Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, constellations). The event is also sponsored by the official partner of #Celestron in Caucasus - #Planetarium. The event has no age restrictions and is completely free! The Astronomy Club offered its telescopes to the attendees, though some brought their own optics. This is... Read More...

Aug 01

Astronomy Festival 2020 in Gori, Georgia

On July 31, 2020, with the funding of #SRNSFG - Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia, organized by the Georgian Astronomy Club, an Astronomy Festival was held in the state recreation area “New Garden”, Gori, Georgia. Astronomical Festival "Astrofest - 2020" is a public event that includes popular lectures and telescope observations of celestial bodies (Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, constellations). The event is also sponsored by the official partner of #Celestron in Caucasus - #Planetarium. The event has no age restrictions and is completely free! The Astronomy Club offered its telescopes to the attendees, though some brought their own optics.... Read More...

Jul 21

Astronomy Festival "AstroFest_2020" in Telavi, Georgia.

On July 20, 2020, with the funding of #SRNSFG - Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia, organized by the Georgian Astronomy Club, an Astronomy Festival was held near the King Erekle monument in Telavi, Georgia. Astronomical Festival "Astrofest - 2020" is a public event that includes popular lectures and telescope observations of celestial bodies (Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, constellations). The event is also sponsored by the official partner of #Celestron in Caucasus - #Planetarium. The event has no age restrictions and is completely free! The Astronomy Club offered its telescopes and binoculars to attendees, though some brought their own optics.... Read More...

May 02
2017

Astronomy evening at Turtle lake - finalizing GAM - 2017

At 30th of April Georgia Astronomy Club organized “Public Astronomy Evening” at Turtle Lake, Tbilisi, Georgia. With this event, Georgia Astronomy Club has completed astronomy outreach campaign organized within the frameworks of Global Astronomy Month - 2017. Read More...

Apr 11
2017

Moon and Jupiter observation and astrophotography

Moon and Jupiter at oposition have been photographed by the amateur astronomers. Reflector telescope made by amateur astronomer Alexandre Art-Dvali at work. Photo by Badri Kvachadze; Canon Powershot SX60HS . Photo by Badri Kvachadze; Canon Powershot SX60HS . Photo by Ika Abuladze; f/5.8 Canon Powershot SX 40HS , Shutter Speed 1/640sec ISO 100 Photo by Maka Suladze; Nikon p 600 Photo by Maka Suladze; Nikon p 600 Photo by Zurab Dzmiashvili; Canon PowerShot SX10IS Photo by Zurab Dzmiashvili; Canon PowerShot SX10IS Read More...

Jul 02
2016

Public Astronomy Evening at the Vake City Park

Georgia Astronomy Club "GeoAstroClub" hosted Public Astronomy Evening at the Vake City Park in Tbilisi, Georgia. Visitors observed Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter as well as their personal favorite objects, such as: double stars in UM - Mizar and Alchor, M101,  Andromeda Galaxy, Polaris and Arcturus. More than 200 people have attended. There was a special hand-made chair for the kids that can be adjusted for their comfortable observation. Constellation viewing session has been organized by the professional astronomer Irakli Kobiashvili. Organizers: Temo Kuchadze, Alexsander ArtDvali, Marika Tarasashvili, Giorgi Gzirishvili, Kakha Gogolashvili, Beka Mamukashvili You can view the complete photo... Read More...