IYA 2009 MALTA
CALENDAR OF IYA MALTA EVENTS
=> Launch of IYA 2009 Malta
=> Galileo and Eyes on the Skies
=> St Francis Girl's Secondary School Sliema
=> Junior College
=> St Edwards College
=> Guze Damato Secondary School
=> The Origin of Life: An enigma wrapped in mystery
=> St Michaels's Sta Venera
=> Savio College Astronomy Week
=> Seher il-Punent
=> Junior Lyceum
=> 100 hours of Astronomy
=> Astronaut Geologist Harrison Schmitt, Apollo 17 Lunar Module Pilot
=> 100 hours of astronomy pics
=> Biography Senator H H Schmitt
=> Junior College (SAG) 15.04.09
=> ASM Basic astronomy course
=> St Benedict's College, Girls Junior Lyceum, Sta Lucia
=> PUTTINU CARES
=> Cosmonaut Alexander Lazutkin
=> St Augustine's 29th April 2009
=> Sta Monica Gzira
=> World Post Day
=> St Margaret College, Cospicua Girls Secondary
=> Anniversary of President Kennedy's speech
=> IYA/Nature Trust/Birdlife
=> Observing session 2
=> St Augustine's Pieta'
=> Hunting for the Dark
=> Junior Lyceum, Sta Lucia
=> St Martin's College Swatar, 12.05.09
=> Stella Maris College, 25th May 2009
=> Kennedy's Moon Speech
=> Summer Solstice
=> San Anton 29.05.09
=> St Augustine
=> Observing session 4th June 2009
=> Seminar on Astronomy and Science in the Media
=> Boat trip
=> Competition - Prize giving
=> Zabbar Sanctuary Museum
=> Winners Childrens' Competition
=> Hunting for the Dark: the Hidden side of Galaxy Formation Public Lectures
=> International Symposium on Near-Earth Hazardous Asteroids
IYA 2009 site
IYA 2009 Malta PROJECTS
Man on the Moon
IYA 2009 Malta Committee
ALMANAC Astronomical Society of Malta
The Human side of astronomical sciences - Malta
2009 Anniversaries and Happenings
Square Kilometre Array
Solar Eclipse in China TRIP
Basic Course in Astronomy
Hubble repair in IYA
El Pais.com 03.06.09
St Augustine's Pieta'
St Augustine's College Pieta'
18th May 2009
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International Year of Astronomy
The Universe, yours to discover
Malta will join countries all over the world to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the telescope and the 40th anniversary of the first moon landing.
This is a unique opportunity for Maltese astronomers to unite with astronomers around the world.
We will also take astronomy to the public and involve them in the marvels of the universe.
We will also involve schoolchildren, hoping to interest them in astronomy and science and perhaps encourage them to take up a career in science which is so important for our country.
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