A night of Astronomy in the Archaeological Museum of Arta, Greece.
The Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities of Preveza-Arta invites you to an Evening of Astronomy Monday, July 28, 2014 at 20:00 on site Archaeological Museum of Arta. Astronomy and Philosophy discuss about the universe. Telescopes will be available to the public to observe the night sky.
The evening will begin with brief presentations on topics:
“Sounds of Space”: Fiori – Anastasia Metallinou, astrophysicist, IAADET, National Observatory of Athens.
“Cosmos in Ancient Greek Thought”: Demosthenes Davvetas, professor of Philosophy of Art, IESA, Paris.
Following observation with telescopes in the courtyard of the museum under the guidance of Physicist Dimitris Tzouvas and a group of amateur astronomers from Arta. The Moon, Saturn and Mars are some of the celestial objects that we can observe.
The access to the event is free.