Former Yougoslavian Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)
The astronomical Society of Bitola will have its telescopes out on the central city square. Bitola is a town in the southwest
of the Republic of Macedonia. Wisit our webpage: www.adbitola.tk
(only in Macedonian for now) or contact us at the adresses listed there. Clear skies,
Astronomical Society "Bitola"
Arad - location probably in front of
Ast. Club (Mircea Pteancu, Cristian Habalic, and Csillag Attila) and AREA Romanian Assoc. for Education in Astronomy
possibly - Professor Major Arad, Roumania – Secondary School # 6
Association "Sirius" from Barlad, Romania, wants to participate on may 19th at
the international event which concern the realizing of simultaneous observations with the public. Thier attention is captured by including this activity in the National symposium
<<Education and Astronomy in the IIIrd millennium>>, organized between 19-20 may in Barlad. The astronomical instruments will be placed
in a high traffic area, which includes The Town Hall, "Vasile Parvan" museum, "Victor Ion Popa"
theatre, etc. We
wish you success with this interesting project. Asociatia Astronomica SIRIUS firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a member of Meridian 0 Astroclub from Oradea;
our location will be The Fortress of City, Oradea, Romania 19 May, 20h p.m.
- The Irkuktsk Astronomy Club will be holding sidewalk observations. Locations/contact info will be announced
- The Krasnoyask Astronomy Club will be holding sidewalk events. Locations/contact info will be
Hi! We would like to join the "International Sidewalk Astronomy Night". Our coordinats: "Shuvashian Astronomical
Club" Novocheboksarsk, School-gimnasium #6 Russia, Chuvashia Republic. Location: 56,07N 47,35E Coordinator: Ed Vazhorov
Number of telescopes: 3 (150mm and 110mm Newtonians, 70mm refractor) Эд Важоров
We are the Planetarium and AstroClub Albireo from Omsk. We are going to set up 2 telescops on the plase near
the Omsk Palace of Creativity of Children. With the townspeople the group five men of the skilled observers will work. Vladimir
IKAR Astronomy Club will be taking part in ISAN. Location to be announced.
Rafael Balaguer i Rosa. AGRUPACIÓ D'AFECCIONATS A L'ASTRONOMIA DE GIRONA. [email@example.com]
Santiago de Compostela
We are an amateur astronomy club in the town of Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain) called Clube de Astronomia Vega
(Vega Astronomy Club). The University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) and Clube Vega have a project to approach the
Astronomy to the people of Santiago de Compostela. This project is called "Astronomía na Beirarúa" (Astronomy at the Sidewalk
in english and "AnB" for friends) and is supported by the USC and the regional goverment with public funds. The people of
AnB comes from the USC and Clube Vega and make public observations in the streets of of Santiago de Compostela. We wish
to join you at International Sidewalk Astronomy Day by making a public observation in a place (not yet decided) of Santiago
Our contact information: http://astronabeira.blogspot.com firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.clubevega.org/ Clube Compostelán de Astronomía Vega Centro Sociocultural A Trisca , Corredoira
das Fraguas, 92 (barrio de San Pedro) Santiago de Compostela. 15704: A Coruńa GALICIA - ESPAŃA and by email in:
Knowle Astronomical Society (based near Birmingham in the UK) think that this is an excellent idea and plan to support
it with an event in Jobs Close Park (aka Knowle Park), Knowle. Contact for any interested parties will be myself, Regards,
Nigel Foster, Hon. Secretary/Treasurer Knowle AS Nigel Foster email@example.com
I shall be setting up an
8” Meade on the sidewalk in front of my house for Sidewalk Astronomy on the 19th May – (weather permitting). Contact number for people interested
is 01206 504 169. Numbers will be limited to the first 15 names – the location is restricted so parking will be difficult.
Children will HAVE TO BE accompanied by an adult. peter.littlewood firstname.lastname@example.org
Astronomical & Philosphical Society will have scopes out, please contact Robert Williams at email@example.com
for location information
Isle of Wright
We're hoping to take some scopes out somewhere on the Isle of Wight, UK, on Sat 19th. We will probably be on Ryde seafront.
Unfortunately, the weather forecast is not good, and we won't be there if it's too grim. Lucy Rogers
Pex Hill - The event is scheduled to run from 20:00 to 22:00. So, it would be useful if these times could be posted on
your web site. It may not matter a great deal as, if the weather is good on 19 May, this event will probably finish after
midnight!! However, although sunset is at 21:10 on 19 May, we hope to be using our telescopes before then to look at a 3 day
old crescent Moon and Venus.