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Guided tour to Asiago Observatory: observation of Comet ISON Wednesday

Wednesday 1/5/2013 at 21:00

Cometa ISONGuided tour to Asiago Observatory: observation of Comet ISON

Wednesday, 1 May 2013 to 21.00 hours a ' observation will be carried out remotely with the Schmidt telescope of the Comet ISON, also called Christmas Comet or comet of the century because towards the end of the year will be visible to the naked eye.

At the moment it is still a long way (between Mars and Jupiter), but you can see her taking pictures with the telescope. The evening will be enriched by the observations of Jupiter, Saturn and the Moon. In case of bad weather, lesson on comets.

L ', Asiago Observatory but property of Padua, also offers several astronomical meetings aimed at individual tourists on the occasion of special events.

In any case you visit the Galileo Telescope, which is the historic telescope of Asiago, completed in 1942.

The main purpose of the meetings is to make known to the general public how it performs the work of astronomers, as are the telescopes, which are today the best tools for astronomical research and the results obtained.

The ' Asiago plateau is home to the largest of telescopes ' Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica (INAF) on land managed by the National Astronomical Observatory of Padova ' that in Asiago has for decades his observational seat. It is not only an important research site, but also a place where the public can come into contact with the great themes of modern astronomy.

Info and reservation : Tel. + 39 0424 462221 IAT; email: [email protected]

Entrance: Entire 7 €

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