Astrovilla2000 will participate in International Sidewalk Astronomy Night. Marcy Malavasi email@example.com
Asociación Costarricense de Astronomía-ACODEA http://acodea.org Coordinadora Local por Costa Rica de la SEDA Sección Enseñanza y Divulgación de la Astronomía LIADA - Liga Iberoamericana
In Costa Rica we do this kind of activities during summer. Qe named it Sidewalk Telescopes. But this
time we plan do it a little different having telescopes in different places of Costa Rica.
We are doing sidewalk astronomy, since 1988, along Mèxico, driving a small old 88, school bus, where we live inside. We
have visited more than 300 places in all around the states of Mèxico since then, and still driving. Enoc and Mary
The Sociedad Astronómica de Aguascalientes wants to be part of this event with 3 or 4 telescopes (shortly we will confirm
this). We expect to have 500 people, and we will be placed at a very convenient place downtown. For more information, please
contact Geographer Sylvia M. Rios Casanova or Hernán Aguirre Campo: firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org website http://www.geocities.com/saagss/
This is an update from the Sociedad Astronómica de Aguascalientes, in Mexico. We would like to
confirm our location and number/model of telescopes we'll be using for the 1st International Sidewalk Astronomy Night.
One Lxd-75 meade telescope
2.- One Meade ETX-90EC (3" Maksutov-Cassegrain) telescope
3.- One set of Fujinon 16x70 binoculars,
4.- One extra telescope, model pending.
We expect to be able to gather around 500 people. We will be
located at "La Exedra", in downtown Aguascalientes.
For more information, please contact Geographer Sylvia M. Rios
Casanova or Mr. Hernán Aguirre Campos:
The Sociedad Astronomica de Aguascalientes, in Mexico, would like to let everybody know that
we'll be having a conference on May 19th before the public observation begins. The talk will be given by our vicepresident,
Manuel Rodriguez Huerta, and it will be called "La Afición Astronómica en Aguascalientes". It will be held at the "Museo Regional
de Historia de Aguascalientes", on May 19th at 8:00 pm. There is also a possibility we may have a band playing during the
observation, in order to get attention from even more people. So far, the local government of the city of Aguascalientes has
been very supportive to this cause.
The "Sociedad Astronómica del Estado de Durango" wish to participate in this beautiful project. We'll install at least 5 telescopes:
1. Meade LX200 gps 10"
2. Meade LX90
gps 8" (2)
3. Meade LXD55 8"
4. Meade 10" Newtonian reflector
We'll put them in some place (to confirm) downtown.
We expect to have, at least, 500 persons. Contact:
Enrique Mijares Martínez
Víctor Hernández García email@example.com
Our club want to participate in the "1st International Sidewalk Astronomy Night". we are located at Guadalajara,
Jalisco Mexico. The cotact information is the same as the owner of this email address. Grupo Astronomico Orion
Contact # 1: Miguel Leal Contact # 2: Miguel Angel Barba Venegas email: firstname.lastname@example.org Greetings for everyone.
The Sociedad Astronomica de Sonora Carl Sagan - 2 telescopes.
location pending announcement
Contacto: Lic. Alvaro Rodríguez
Zempoala 244, Col. Narvarte,
Del. Benito Juárez, C.P. 03020, Mexico, D.F.
email@example.com Name: Enoc Fuentes López We are going to be outside the 19th. along the pier, seaside , with two 10'' Dobs.
one 10" Refractor Ecuatorial M. ; and a small old Astrocan.
La Paz, Baja California Sur, México. Margarita Molina Vega, Humberto Manriquez Nuñez, Pepe Farah de
Anda Telescopes: Meade SCT 203 mm f/10 Premier, and Meade SCT 203 mm f/10 Auster
Malecón de La Paz, 19 may 2007 19 to 23 hours firstname.lastname@example.org
San Luis Potosi
Hi, these are our data:
name: Sociedad Astronomica Julieta Fierro Gossman A.C.
location: San Luis Potosi
for the event we will present a conference: "Birth, life and
death of stars"
We will also show to attending people interactive experiments on physics.
We will place 4 telescopes: 16" dobsonian, 10" SCT, 4" newtonian and 4" Apo refractor.
During the event we will expose graffiti and drawing about astronomy.
The Sociedad Astronomica de Sonora Carl Sagan, it installed an observation post in Plaza Emiliana de Zubeldia in Hermosillo
Sonora Mexico for Observation this next Saturday 19 May 2007.- during International Sidewalk Astronomy Night so that
the public . Telescope: Newtonian 6 inches.
Operator: Mr . Jose Sanchez Moreno. Best regards.
Orion Astronomy Club want to be part in this event with
1.- meade ds 70 mm
2.- Orion 8 "
3.- meade etx 70 mm
we hope 500 persons in down town and 100 in other place
Jesus Munoz - SAQ
Llano del Hato
Enrique Torres, popularization coordinator of the "Center of Investigations of Astronomy", CIDA (www.cida.ve), we want to participate in the 1st International Sidewalk Astronomy Night; for that which we have 3 telescopes:
1 Refractor de 4" f15, Polarex 1 SCT 12" Meade 1 Refractor 3" f10, Tasco Which will be
placed in 3 different public places on Saturday May 19 2007. Representative: Enrique Torres, e-mail: email@example.com
Grupo de Estudiantes Investigadores en Astronomía y Física (GEIAF) from University: Universidad Pedagógica Experimental
Libertador (UPEL), Instituto Pedagógico de Maturín (IPM).
Freddy J. Oropeza