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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - Prediction of solar flares and solar particle events
    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 You are here Home News Archive NOA News English Prediction of solar flares and solar particle events Prediction of solar flares and solar particle events IAASARS NOA through the research project FORSPEF FORecasting Solar Particle Events and Flares funded by the European Space Agency ESA will develop an application that will provide real time forecasts of solar flares and solar energetic particle events The objective of this action is to combine existing and develop new methods to improve the prediction of the upcoming solar flares and the estimation of the flux duration and intensity of solar particle events The prototype tool that will be developed will provide reliable predictions for the occurrence of solar flares as well as of the solar energetic particle events which could

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=399:improvement-of-flare-and-spe-prediction-iaasars-noa&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=512&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - Opening event of the new European Programme "HORIZON 2020"
    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 You are here Home News Archive NOA News English Opening event of the new European Programme HORIZON 2020 Opening event of the new European Programme HORIZON 2020 Under the Greek Presidency of the European Council in the first half of 2014 the General Secretariat for Research and Technology GSRT will hold the opening event of the new European Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 The event will be held Friday January 10 2014 at the National Centre for Scientific Research Demokritos NCSR Demokritos The event will be honored by the presence of the President of the Republic Karolos Papoulias Press release in greek Events Calendar

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=390:horizon-2021&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=512&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - Participation of NOA in the space mission SWARM (ESA)
    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 You are here Home News Archive NOA News English Participation of NOA in the space mission SWARM ESA Participation of NOA in the space mission SWARM ESA As part of its participation in the SWARM mission European Space Agency the research team of Dr G Balasis Institute of Astronomy Astrophysics Space Applications and Remote Sensing of the NOA has developed an advanced computational tool for analysis of Swarm data which is based on modern techniques of signal analysis and allows the user to minimise the noise from the insruments that are installed on the platform of each of the three satellites of the mission Furthermore the algorithms developed is able to detect data satellite electromagnetic waves of very low frequency which decisively affect the dynamic evolution of the Van Allen radiation belts around the Earth The National Observatory of Athens NOA is actively involved in this new mission of the ESA 1 Team

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=391:swarm-2&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=512&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - PUBLIC OPEN COMPETITION (BEYOND)
    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 You are here Home News Archive NOA News English PUBLIC OPEN COMPETITION BEYOND PUBLIC OPEN COMPETITION BEYOND NOTICE No 1839 2013 PUBLIC OPEN COMPETITION For the supply of integrated ground station ground segment images data receivers satellites systems such as EOS Aqua and Terra NPP JPSS NOAA Met Op FengYun and other systems that could potentially be taken by that infrastructure the future of the planned satellite missions to operate Download the Notice No 1839 2013 document Events Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=392:beyond-3&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=512&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - A visit to the Astronomical Station at Penteli of the Standard Response Unit Alzheimer
    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 You are here Home News Archive NOA News English A visit to the Astronomical Station at Penteli of the Standard Response Unit Alzheimer A visit to the Astronomical Station at Penteli of the Standard Response Unit Alzheimer On Monday November 4 2013 the residents and staff of the Standard Response Unit Alzheimer s Disease and Related Disease Charity Organization Mission visited the facilities of the Astronomical Station Penteli Residents were informed about the achievements and discoveries of Astronomy and Space Physics watched video content and made astronomical sightings of galaxies and solar systems with the 62 5 m refractor of the historic Newall telescope The tour to the facilities of the Astronomical Station was a courtesy of the President of

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=393:alzheimer-2&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=512&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - BEYOND: Building a Centre of Excellence for Earth Observation-based monitoring of Natural Disasters
    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 You are here Home News Archive NOA News English BEYOND Building a Centre of Excellence for Earth Observation based monitoring of Natural Disasters BEYOND Building a Centre of Excellence for Earth Observation based monitoring of Natural Disasters Established in the framework of the FP7 REGPOT 2012 2013 1 Coordination and Support Actions Theme Area 4 1 Unlocking and developing the research potential of research entities established in the EU s Convergence regions and Outermost regions the BEYOND project EC GA No 316210 aims at maintaining and expanding the existing state of the art interdisciplinary research potential by Building a Centre of Excellence for Earth Observation based monitoring of Natural Disasters in South Eastern Europe BEYOND foresees to increase its access range to the wider Mediterranean region through the integrated cooperation with twining organizations in Europe and USA BEYOND Center of Excellence is hosted at the National Observatory of Athens NOA Institute of Astronomy Astrophysics Space Applications and Remote Sensing IAASARS The operations of BEYOND officially started in June 2013 and will last for the next three years The approved EC budget contribution for BEYOND is 2 305 650 Euros BEYOND aspires to 1 Incorporate multidisciplinary excellence from diverse sciences as Remote Sensing Meteorology Atmospheric Physics Hazard Modelling Geology Geophysics Seismology Volcanology and Hydrology 2 Exchange know how with more than 20 International Organisations e g GEO EC DGs UNISDR Universities at Europe and USA and cooperate with Space Agencies such as ESA NASA and DLR 3 Set up innovative integrated observational solutions of the Earth allowing to a multitude of monitoring networks space borne and in situ owned by NOA and the collaborative Institutions and Space Agencies to operate in a complementary unified and coordinated manner 4 Transform the observations to added value products ready for down streaming to specific societal needs for disaster management 5 The online delivery of observations and higher level products to the involved stakeholders scientists and institutional users BEYOND Research Portfolio The BEYOND research product portfolio covers a broad spectrum of natural disaster

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=396:beyond-building-a-centre-of-excellence-for-earth-observation-based-monitoring-of-natural-disasters-2&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=512&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - GAIA Workshop at NOA
    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 You are here Home News Archive NOA News English GAIA Workshop at NOA GAIA Workshop at NOA ESA s cornerstone Gaia mission will acquire observations of a billion stars and other objects of the Milky Way resulting in the construction of a three dimensional stellar map of our galaxy However Gaia s eyes will be able to see further away observing millions of Local Group stars distant galaxies and quasars Gaia will record the spectra of the detected extragalactic objects but the morphological information could also be retrieved too Extragalactic astronomy will be highly benefited from the huge database that the Gaia satellite will obtain through its five years of operations The proper exploitation of these data is therefore of a great importance of the astronomical community The galaxy spectra of the distant unresolved galaxies and the stellar spectra of the Local Group resolved galaxies will be used to predict among others spectral classes redshift and extinction values and star formation history parameters and to define key properties of star forming regions improving our understanding of the star formation history distance and age scales and evolution

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=285:gaia-workshop-2&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=512&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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  • Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών - National Observatory of Athens - Researcher's Night 2013
    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 You are here Home News Archive NOA News English Researcher s Night 2013 Researcher s Night 2013 The National Observatory of Athens contributed to the Researcher s Night activities organized by the DEMOKRITOS National Center for Scientific Research on 27 9 2013 NOA participated with talks presentations and demonstrations of measuring devices and software applications Below you can read the poster entitled Computational tools and internet applications for climate change in Greece and its effects on forest fires The European Project CLIM RUN presented by Dr Christos Giannakopoulos Read the poster in Greek Events Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu

    Original URL path: http://www.noa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=287:18-4&catid=46:news-announcements&Itemid=512&lang=en (2016-02-14)
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