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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - NELIOTA camera first light
    1649 The Muses Urania and Calliope 1634 National Gallery of Art USA Aristarchos Telescope Helmos Observatory Helmos Observatory Photography Harry Katzjaeger Source Top Shots National Geographic June 2012 Eskimo Nebula NGC2392 Aristarchos Telescope Observer Dr Ioannis Alikakos NOA Digital Image Processing Theofanis Matsopoulos Geoastrophysics Museum Thissio Summer School in Astrophysics Remote Sensing Earth Observation Greece from the International Space Station Photography Paolo Nespoli ESA astronaut 3D Image of the Sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory SDO mission of NASA Source NASA s Solar Dynamics Observatory Analogue seismograph recorder Tide gauge of the Instittute of Geodynamics at Vlyhada Santorini Recovered Ocean Bottom Seismometers on board of research vessel in the frame of the ULYSSES scientific program The historic archive of NOA IERSD with recordings of climatic observations dated from the mid 19th century is one of the oldesr sources of climatic information for Eastern Medirranean The evolution of the average annual temperature in Athens from the mid 19th century until today according to the records of the historic station NOA IERSD Hill Nymphs Thission Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 NELIOTA camera first light The new Andor Zyla scientific CMOS fast frame camera for the NELIOTA project funded by ESA saw first light on October 20th NELIOTA team members connected the state of the art camera to the 62 5 cm Newall telescope in Penteli to obtain the first images of the Moon and other astronomical objects The camera will be installed on the 1 2 m Kryoneri telescope in the Spring 2016 when the telescope retrofit and upgrade is completed by DFM Engineering Inc For more information see here Events Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=780:neliota-2&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=488&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - IAASARS participation in the 25th Anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope
    the Day Credits NASA EcoScope A Web application for climate change and its effects NOA WWF Simon Vouet 1590 1649 The Muses Urania and Calliope 1634 National Gallery of Art USA Aristarchos Telescope Helmos Observatory Helmos Observatory Photography Harry Katzjaeger Source Top Shots National Geographic June 2012 Eskimo Nebula NGC2392 Aristarchos Telescope Observer Dr Ioannis Alikakos NOA Digital Image Processing Theofanis Matsopoulos Geoastrophysics Museum Thissio Summer School in Astrophysics Remote Sensing Earth Observation Greece from the International Space Station Photography Paolo Nespoli ESA astronaut 3D Image of the Sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory SDO mission of NASA Source NASA s Solar Dynamics Observatory Analogue seismograph recorder Tide gauge of the Instittute of Geodynamics at Vlyhada Santorini Recovered Ocean Bottom Seismometers on board of research vessel in the frame of the ULYSSES scientific program The historic archive of NOA IERSD with recordings of climatic observations dated from the mid 19th century is one of the oldesr sources of climatic information for Eastern Medirranean The evolution of the average annual temperature in Athens from the mid 19th century until today according to the records of the historic station NOA IERSD Hill Nymphs Thission Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 IAASARS participation in the 25th Anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope Dr A Bonanos Associate Researcher of IAASARS NOA was part of the science team that obtained observations of the Westerlund 2 cluster which were released to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope Read the full press release here Events Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Βραδυνή ξενάγηση Open Doors 2016 20 00 ΕΑΑ Πεντέλη NOA

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=700:iaasars-participation-in-the-25th-anniversary-of-the-hubble-space-telescope&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=488&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - NELIOTA: ESA's new lunar monitoring project in collaboration with the National Observatory of Athens
    Paolo Nespoli ESA astronaut 3D Image of the Sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory SDO mission of NASA Source NASA s Solar Dynamics Observatory Analogue seismograph recorder Tide gauge of the Instittute of Geodynamics at Vlyhada Santorini Recovered Ocean Bottom Seismometers on board of research vessel in the frame of the ULYSSES scientific program The historic archive of NOA IERSD with recordings of climatic observations dated from the mid 19th century is one of the oldesr sources of climatic information for Eastern Medirranean The evolution of the average annual temperature in Athens from the mid 19th century until today according to the records of the historic station NOA IERSD Hill Nymphs Thission Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 NELIOTA ESA s new lunar monitoring project in collaboration with the National Observatory of Athens NELIOTA is an activity initiated by the European Space Agency ESA which was recently launched at the National Observatory of Athens The project aims to count and characterise the number and distribution of near earth objects NEOs NEOs are meteoroids comets or asteroids found in the neighbourhood of the Earth Large NEOs can pose a threat to humans as some have the potential to impact the Earth The Earth s atmosphere protects us from impacts of small NEOs most of which burn up as they enter the atmosphere at great speeds Only the largest ones have the potential to reach the surface On the Moon however the absence of an atmosphere means that all NEOs that enter the Moon s gravity will impact the surface Impacts on the non illuminated side of the Moon cause a visible flash that lasts about 1 second and results

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=698:neliota-esa-s-new-lunar-monitoring-project-in-collaboration-with-the-national-observatory-of-athens&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=488&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - European Space Expo - Programme
    the Program Horizon 2020 Penteli Visitor Centre NOA Newsletter Penteli Live Cam Astronomy Picture of the Day Credits NASA EcoScope A Web application for climate change and its effects NOA WWF Simon Vouet 1590 1649 The Muses Urania and Calliope 1634 National Gallery of Art USA Aristarchos Telescope Helmos Observatory Helmos Observatory Photography Harry Katzjaeger Source Top Shots National Geographic June 2012 Eskimo Nebula NGC2392 Aristarchos Telescope Observer Dr Ioannis Alikakos NOA Digital Image Processing Theofanis Matsopoulos Geoastrophysics Museum Thissio Summer School in Astrophysics Remote Sensing Earth Observation Greece from the International Space Station Photography Paolo Nespoli ESA astronaut 3D Image of the Sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory SDO mission of NASA Source NASA s Solar Dynamics Observatory Analogue seismograph recorder Tide gauge of the Instittute of Geodynamics at Vlyhada Santorini Recovered Ocean Bottom Seismometers on board of research vessel in the frame of the ULYSSES scientific program The historic archive of NOA IERSD with recordings of climatic observations dated from the mid 19th century is one of the oldesr sources of climatic information for Eastern Medirranean The evolution of the average annual temperature in Athens from the mid 19th century until today according to the records of the historic station NOA IERSD Hill Nymphs Thission Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 See touch and experience the benefits Space has for Earth 15 minute presentations followed by questions and answers Download the programme here Events Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Βραδυνή ξενάγηση Open Doors 2016 20 00 ΕΑΑ Πεντέλη NOA Penteli Date 07 February 2016 8 9 10 11 12 Βραδινή ξενάγηση ΚΕ Θησείου Οι

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=685:european-space-expo-programme&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=488&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - International distinction for NOA
    Urania and Calliope 1634 National Gallery of Art USA Aristarchos Telescope Helmos Observatory Helmos Observatory Photography Harry Katzjaeger Source Top Shots National Geographic June 2012 Eskimo Nebula NGC2392 Aristarchos Telescope Observer Dr Ioannis Alikakos NOA Digital Image Processing Theofanis Matsopoulos Geoastrophysics Museum Thissio Summer School in Astrophysics Remote Sensing Earth Observation Greece from the International Space Station Photography Paolo Nespoli ESA astronaut 3D Image of the Sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory SDO mission of NASA Source NASA s Solar Dynamics Observatory Analogue seismograph recorder Tide gauge of the Instittute of Geodynamics at Vlyhada Santorini Recovered Ocean Bottom Seismometers on board of research vessel in the frame of the ULYSSES scientific program The historic archive of NOA IERSD with recordings of climatic observations dated from the mid 19th century is one of the oldesr sources of climatic information for Eastern Medirranean The evolution of the average annual temperature in Athens from the mid 19th century until today according to the records of the historic station NOA IERSD Hill Nymphs Thission Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 The Satellite Remote Sensing team of the National Observatory of Athens NOA under the guidance of Dr Charalampos Kontoes Research Director of NOA has achieved a very significant distinction in the international competition Copernicus Masters Awards 2014 organized by the European Commission the European Space Agency the German Aerospace Agency and partners from the European space Industry The NOA group was awarded the first prize for the best existing service in space technology in the framework of the Best Service Challenge 2014 of the Copernicus Masters Competition Read the announcement in the official Copernicus Masters Website Events Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=616:international-distinction-for-noa&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=488&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - Preparing to measure aerosols in Greece
    Earth Observation Greece from the International Space Station Photography Paolo Nespoli ESA astronaut 3D Image of the Sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory SDO mission of NASA Source NASA s Solar Dynamics Observatory Analogue seismograph recorder Tide gauge of the Instittute of Geodynamics at Vlyhada Santorini Recovered Ocean Bottom Seismometers on board of research vessel in the frame of the ULYSSES scientific program The historic archive of NOA IERSD with recordings of climatic observations dated from the mid 19th century is one of the oldesr sources of climatic information for Eastern Medirranean The evolution of the average annual temperature in Athens from the mid 19th century until today according to the records of the historic station NOA IERSD Hill Nymphs Thission Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 Preparing to measure aerosols in Greece In parallel to the current airborne campaign in Italy supporting the candidate Earth Explorer FLEX mission we are also preparing a related campaign on Crete in Greece We would like to have a closer look at aerosols tiny solid and liquid particles in the atmosphere While they can have an adverse effect on human health and affect precipitation and climate knowledge of aerosols is important for correcting satellite images The CHAREDMexp campaign organised by the National Observatory of Athens NOA take places between 20 June and 10 July at Finokalia Station on Crete A number of European research institutes are participating in the campaign including TROPOS the Cyprus Institute Finish Meteorological Institute FMI and the World Radiation Center The first participants arrived at Finokalia on 16 June as the ground based instruments were starting to be installed Our colleagues from the University of Crete helped

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=560:preparing-to-measure-aerosols-in-greece&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=488&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - 1st Summer School of the Hellenic Astronomical Society
    Sensing Earth Observation Greece from the International Space Station Photography Paolo Nespoli ESA astronaut 3D Image of the Sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory SDO mission of NASA Source NASA s Solar Dynamics Observatory Analogue seismograph recorder Tide gauge of the Instittute of Geodynamics at Vlyhada Santorini Recovered Ocean Bottom Seismometers on board of research vessel in the frame of the ULYSSES scientific program The historic archive of NOA IERSD with recordings of climatic observations dated from the mid 19th century is one of the oldesr sources of climatic information for Eastern Medirranean The evolution of the average annual temperature in Athens from the mid 19th century until today according to the records of the historic station NOA IERSD Hill Nymphs Thission Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 1st Summer School of the Hellenic Astronomical Society The Hellenic Astronomical Society Hel A S in collaboration with the National Observatory of Athens NOA and the Research Center for Astronomy and Applied Mathematics RCAAM of the Academy of Athens under the initiative to offer knowledge and scientific training to the younger members graduate students and young postdoctoral researchers is organizing the 1st Summer School The School will be held in Athens from the 1st until the 5th of September 2014 and it will cover topics on Physical Processes and Data Analysis in Heliophysics More information can be found at http www helas gr school 2014 Η Ελληνική Αστρονομική Εταιρεία ΕΛ ΑΣ ΕΤ σε συνεργασία με το Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών ΕΑΑ και το Κέντρο Ερευνών Αστρονομίας και Εφηρμοσμένων Μαθηματικών ΚΕΑΕΜ της Ακαδημίας Αθηνών στα πλαίσια πρωτοβουλίας για την προσφορά γνώσης και επιστημονικής κατάρτισης προς τα νεώτερα μέλη τους μεταπτυχιακούς φοιτητές και

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=558:1st-summer-school-of-the-hellenic-astronomical-society&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=488&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - COMESEP: Forecasting the Space Weather impact
    School in Astrophysics Remote Sensing Earth Observation Greece from the International Space Station Photography Paolo Nespoli ESA astronaut 3D Image of the Sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory SDO mission of NASA Source NASA s Solar Dynamics Observatory Analogue seismograph recorder Tide gauge of the Instittute of Geodynamics at Vlyhada Santorini Recovered Ocean Bottom Seismometers on board of research vessel in the frame of the ULYSSES scientific program The historic archive of NOA IERSD with recordings of climatic observations dated from the mid 19th century is one of the oldesr sources of climatic information for Eastern Medirranean The evolution of the average annual temperature in Athens from the mid 19th century until today according to the records of the historic station NOA IERSD Hill Nymphs Thission Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 Pnyx Hill Citizens observe the night sky through telescopes of NOA Researchers Night 2014 IAASARS NOA strongly contributed to the development of the first European Space Weather Alert System through the research project COMESEP COronal Mass Ejections and Solar Energetic Particles funded by the Seventh Framework Programme FP7 of the European Union Tools for forecasting Geomagnetic Storms and SEP Radiation Storms were developed validated and implemented into an automated operational Space Weather Alert System The COMESEP Alert System is triggered by solar eruptive phenomena such as solar flares and CMEs and provides Space Weather stakeholders with the following services Geomagnetic Storm Alerts SEP Proton Storm Alerts E 10 MeV and E 60 MeV Both Geomagnetic Storms and SEP Proton Radiation Storms are a principle threat to modern human technology since they can harm spacecraft electronics as well as continental scale power systems disturb satellite orbit and can also be hazardous for humans in space The COMESEP Alert System provides notifications

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=533:comesep-forecasting-the-space-weather-impact&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=488&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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