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  • Title: Global-HOU 2008
    Descriptive info: .. This is the 11.. th.. Global Hands-on Universe Meeting organized in 2008 by.. NUCLIO.. in Lisbon, Portugal.. The meeting will be divided in two parts that complement each other.. From.. 16.. to the 18.. sessions on Global-HOU resources (Workshop) and from the.. 20.. to the 23.. rd.. presentations and posters (Meeting).. The 19.. will be devoted to a tour visiting Sintra and Óbidos, two very nice ancient towns near Lisbon.. WARNING.. The location of the workshop has changed.. Please check out the.. Location Travel.. page for details.. Poster.. You can now download the A3 Poster here:.. JPEG Version.. (1.. 9 MB).. PDF Version.. 6 MB).. Main Topics.. Workshop (July 16.. -18.. ).. GHOU@IYA2009 activities.. Galileo Teacher Training Program (IYA2009 cornerstone).. Astronomical Software ( Salsa J, Stellarium, Astrometrica,..  ...   EPO and the community.. Resources - Online, physical materials and distribution.. Local Organizing Committee.. Rosa Doran (Co-Chair, NUCLIO).. Carl Pennypacker (Co-Chair, UC Berkeley).. Maria José Ribeiro Gomes (CFNUL).. Luísa Almeida (NUCLIO).. Leonor Cabral (NUCLIO).. Carlos Santos (NUCLIO).. José Saraiva (NUCLIO).. Miguel Moreira (NUCLIO).. Carolina Sousa (NUCLIO).. Mário Ramos (NUCLIO).. Grom Matthies (NUCLIO).. Scientific Organizing Committee.. Carl Pennypacker (U.. C.. Berkeley).. Roger Ferlet (Université Pierre et Marie Curie).. Lech Mankiewicz (Centrum Fizyki Teoretycznej Polskiej Akademii Nauk).. Rosa Doran (Núcleo Interactivo de Astronomia).. Toshihiro Handa (University of Tokyo).. Honfeng Guo (National Astronomical Observatories of China).. Susan Murabana (Africa HOU).. Pedro Russo (IYA2009 Coordinator).. João Fernandes (Universidade de Coimbra).. João Caraça (Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian).. Nuno Crato (Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão).. Filipe Duarte Santos (Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa)..

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  • Title: GHOU 2008 - Programme
    Descriptive info: Programme.. Workshop:.. PDF version.. -.. Online version.. Meeting:.. Global HOU Workshop 2008 July 16-18.. START.. END.. TITLE.. ACTIVITY TYPE.. Speaker.. Room 1.. Room 2.. July 16th.. 08:30.. 9:30.. Registration.. 10:00.. Welcome to GHOU workshop.. 11:30.. Salsa J.. Introduction to image processing with SalsaJ: the basics.. Maria Luísa Almeida.. SalsaJ.. Leonor Cabral Carlos Santos.. 12:00.. Coffee Break.. 13:30.. Exploring SalsaJ: RGB color images, movies, photometry.. 14:30.. Lunch.. 15:30.. SpectraJ.. The Life of Stars and their Spectra - an electronic pedagogical tool for secondary schools.. Stellarium.. Leonor Cabral.. 16:30.. How to use Stellarium and prepare an observation run.. Measuring the Universe.. 17:00.. 18:00.. Measuring distances with cepheids.. July 17th.. 9:00.. Build a Telescope.. Wish to introduce an experience of succesful Educational Program outreach: participants make their own telescope and explore the Universe with it.. Yasuharu Hanaoka.. Build a Spectroscope.. 11:00.. Build your own home-made spectroscope.. 13:00.. Hands-On Universe Activity Kit.. Earth to Universe low cost hands-on activities for children and common people.. Kothari Ramesh.. Discover Dark Matter.. Suzanne Faye Michel Faye.. 14:00.. 15:00.. Sun4all.. The Sun for All project aims to introduce students to the Scientific Experimental analysis, using the Sun, and more specifically the Portuguese heliographic database as background.. This Web-based project proposes an introduction to the concepts related to the Sun.. It is complemented by activities to be carried out in a classroom context, exploring several silaba contents.. Being transversal and interdisciplinar it constitutes an excellent tool for the teacher.. Susana Pereira.. Software for Astronomy Education.. Kevin Govener.. 16:00.. Using SalsaJ to discover dark matter in high schools: we shall present an exercice ready to be used in a classroom.. It uses Doppler effect and Kepler's law to evaluate the dark matter in a galaxy.. July 18th.. 10:15.. Light Properties and the Phases of the Moon.. Many children do not understand the reasons for the phases of the moon.. This unit endeavors to teach basic properties of light scattering and scattering off non-specular surfaces to let students build a model of moons phases, based on evidence.. Jenifer Perazzo.. How to weigh a Galaxy.. Alessandra Zanazzi.. 10:30.. Children computers.. UNAWE experience with introducing young children to computers.. Carolina Ödman.. 11:15.. This activity allows high-school children to measure the mass of a spiral galaxy viewed edge-on using the same procedure employed by astronomers.. 12:30.. The International Asteroid Search Campaign.. Students  ...   Germany HOU.. Andreas Kratzer (DE).. Portugal HOU.. 10:20.. UK HOU.. Paul Roche (UK).. 10:40.. Spain HOU.. Juan Campos (ES).. Poland HOU.. Krzysztof Rochowicz (PL) V.. - Lech Mankiewicz (PL).. Sweden HOU.. Daniel Johansson (SE).. 11:45.. Telescopes, Astronomical Databases and Internet Tools for Education.. Internet Collaboration Tools.. Bonnie Thurber (US).. The Salsa Onsala Radio Telescope.. Ironwood North Observatory.. Frank Pino (US).. Internet Astronomy - The Bareket Observatory.. Ido Bareket (IL).. Small Observatories and their Program for Schools in Bavaria.. Karl Gloeggler (DE).. An Update on the LCOGT Education Plans.. Sarah Roberts (UK).. Development of a Galaxy HI Observation System for the 8m Radio Telescope at Misato Observatory II.. Naoko Sato (JP).. Education Reach-Out Programs in Astronomy (EuROPA) - The International Asteroid Search Campaign.. Patrick Miller (US).. Portal of Supernovae.. Krzysztof Rochowicz (PL).. Discussion.. 1st discussion.. July 22nd.. International Year of Astronomy 2009.. IYA2009.. Pedro Russo (DE).. IYA2009 - Portugal.. João Fernandes (PT).. Universe Awareness (UNAWE).. Carolina Ödman (NL).. Developing Astronomy Globally (IYA Cornerstone).. Galileo Teacher Training Program (IYA Cornerstone).. GHOU@IYA2009.. Today I am Galileo, Tomorrow I am Darwin.. Galileo Teacher Training Program in the UK.. Sotira Trifourki (UK).. Galileo Works with SalsaJ.. Suzanne Faye Michel Faye (FR).. IYA 2009 Cornerstone / Activities at Centro de Multimeios de Espinho.. António Pedrosa (PT).. Conference Dinner.. July 23rd.. Curriculum Development for Science Education.. Effective Pedagogy, Gravitation, and Orbital Motion.. Steve Carpenter (US).. Curriculum Innovation - Hong Kong Developments.. Radio Curriculum by JA-HOU.. Keizo Nonaka (JP).. Astronomy Education.. International GHOU Summer Academy for Gifted Students 2007.. Cosmology and Astronomy.. Antensay Feleke (ET).. International Asteroid Search Campaign in China.. - Minchen Zhou (CN).. Science@Schools.. Portuguese HOU School Projects in 2007/08.. Several Schools (PT).. 15:45.. Film of Workshop Facere et Aspicere for Age 9.. Yasuharu Hanaoka (JP).. GHOU Collaboration with the Portuguese Commission to Protect Children and Juveniles at Risk.. Armando Leandro (PT).. 16:15.. Closing Remarks.. Ana Noronha (PT).. 16:45.. 17:45.. 18:15.. Conference Wrap-up and Next GHOU.. CN - China; DE - Germany; ES - Spain; ET - Ethiopia; FR - France; ID - Indonesia; IL - Israel; IT - Italy; JP - Japan; KN - Kenya; MA - Morocco; MZ - Mozambique; NL - The Netherlands; PL - Poland; PT - Portugal; SE - Sweden; TH - Thailand; UK - United Kingdom; US - United States of America; ZA - South Africa.. - Video Conference..

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  • Title: GHOU 2008 - Registration
    Descriptive info: Registration deadline: June 15.. 2008.. The registration fee is:.. Workshops - 60€ (90€ after June 15.. Meeting - 60€ (90€ after June 15.. The social program includes a day out visiting Óbidos and Sintra (on the 19.. ) and a conference dinner (on the 22.. nd.. The fee to participate in these activities is:.. Conference Dinner - 30€.. Visit to Óbidos and Sintra - 30€.. Ciência Viva.. supports the participations of up to 20.. Portuguese teachers.. in the Workshop Meeting.. If you think your eligible please mention it, when you register, on the comments box bellow.. If you wish to participate on this venue please fill out the following form completely.. CONFERENCE OVER.. Name.. Institution.. Full address.. Country.. Phone.. Fax.. E-Mail.. I  ...   Payment of the registration fees can be made by Bank Transfer to the following account:.. Bank Name:.. Caixa Geral de Depósitos.. Account Name.. : NUCLIO - Núcleo Interactivo de Astronomia.. NIB.. (for national transfers): 0035 0379 00001346830 15.. IBAN.. (for international transfers): PT50 0035 0379 0000 1346 8301 5.. Swift Code.. : CGDIPTPL.. Bank's Address.. : Caixa Geral de Depósitos, Agência Expo Norte, Alameda dos Oceanos, 4.. 4.. 01 M - Parque das Nações 1990-221 Lisboa, Portugal.. Important Note.. : all bank charges should be dealt with by the participant.. Please state your name and the GHOU2008 reference on your transfer and.. let us know.. If you encounter any problems or have questions regarding the registration procedure, please contact us at.. ghou2008@nuclio.. pt..

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  • Title: GHOU 2008 - Accomodation
    Descriptive info: Accommodation.. Since Lisbon is a very touristic location and July a high season month, the organization decided to try and get special conditions to the participants of GHOU2008.. At this moment we have an agreement with 4 Hotels.. As soon as a final decision about the location of the Meeting is achieved, we'll make available a more complete list of the Hotels around the venue(s) of the Workshop and Meeting.. See the following map for the location of the Hotels (red beds).. View Larger Map.. Olissippo Oriente.. ****.. Avenida Dom João II, Parque das Nações, Lisboa.. Contacts and more information is available in the.. Hotel  ...   Bartolomeu Dias - Junqueiro, Carcavelos.. Hotel document.. Pousada da Juventude Parque das Nações.. Rua de Moscavide, Lt 47 - 101, Lisboa.. This is a Youth Hostel in Parque das Nações, close to the location of both the Workshop and Meeting.. The cost will be substantially lower than in traditional hotels.. See the.. price list.. The booking will have to be made by us, so, if you want to consider staying in this Hostel please let us now.. If you wish to choose your own Hotel take a look at.. this page.. for a list of hotels in the vicinity of the Workshop and Meeting locations..

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  • Title: GHOU 2008 - Location & Travel
    Descriptive info: Location.. The workshop will be held at Instituto Geográfico do Exército (.. IGeoE.. ) in Lisbon.. See the map at the end of this page for the location of IGeoE (blue pinmark).. Workshop.. : will be held at the.. British Council.. in the central area of Lisbon.. The address, if you need to ask directions.. ,.. is:.. British Council.. Rua Luís Fernandes, 1 - 3.. 1249-062 Lisboa.. Since most of the participants are staying in the Parque das Nações area, there will be a.. bus ready at Hotel Olissippo Oriente at.. 8 AM.. to take everyone to the Workshop.. In the afternoon there will be no bus back to Parque das Nações, we.. believe.. that most people will take advantage of being in the old part of Lisbon, and go sightseeing.. One way of going back to Parque das Nações from British Council is by subway.. From Rato to Oriente you will have  ...   that the Instituto Português da Juventude (.. IPJ.. ) has in Parque das Nações.. The address, if you need to ask directions, is:.. Instituto Português da Juventude.. Via de Moscavide 47.. 101.. Parque das Nações.. Lisboa.. If you are staying in the Parque das Nações area, it is a 10 minute walk from Oriente subway station.. See the map at the end of this page for the location of IPJ (yellow pinmark).. and the details of the streets between Oriente and IPJ.. Travel.. If you are flying to Lisbon, please note that.. TAP Portugal.. is the Official Carrier for this conference.. As such, participants and accompanying persons can have a.. 10-20% discount.. when flying TAP for this meeting.. You can find more information.. Note: while following the instructions of the document mentioned in the previous paragraph, if you don't see a Congress Code Box insert the event code in the Special Requests box..

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  • Title: GHOU 2008 - Pratical Information
    Descriptive info: Practical Information.. Contacts.. For any question or information you can always contact the organization through our email:.. or you can use Rosa's cell phone number: (+351) 96 678 1264.. Useful links.. Various sources of tourist information.. Portugal's Official Tourism Website.. Portugal.. org.. Lonely Planet.. Portugal Info.. CIA's The World Factbook.. Weather forecasts for Lisbon.. CNN.. euroweather.. Portuguese Airlines.. Official carrier for this conference.. : participants and accompanying persons can have a 10-20% discount when flying TAP for this meeting.. Portugália Airlines.. Portuguese Airport Information.. ANA - Aeroportos de Portugal.. General Tourist Information.. Visa Information.. A Visa is not required for EU or Schengen nationals.. Nationals of Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the USA can stay for 90 days visa-free, but you should confirm this information with the local Portuguese Embassy or Consulate services.. Everyone else needs a visa.. It will be useful to check.. in Portugal's Official Tourism Website for visa requirements and Embassy and Consulate locations.. Weather and Climate.. The climate in Portugal varies from one region to another, being influenced by the relief, latitude and proximity to the sea, which offers mild winters, especially in the Algarve.. In the North and Inland the winters are colder, although the temperatures are still mild when compared to the rest of Europe.. There is some snowfall, particularly in the highest point of mainland Portugal, Serra da Estrela (1,991 m) and where it is sometimes possible to ski.. The summers are hot and dry, especially in the inland areas.. Temperatures are slightly lower in the coastal areas, because of the influence of the sea.. The autumn often displays warm, sunny days.. The islands of the Madeira Archipelago display subtropical characteristics, explained by its geographical position and mountainous relief.. The climate in Madeira is exceptionally mild, with average temperatures varying between 24 ºC in summer and 19 ºC in winter.. The sea temperature is also very pleasant all year round, thanks to the influence of the warm Gulf Stream.. It varies between 18 ºC in winter and 22 ºC in summer.. In the Azores Archipelago, the climate is influenced by the islands' latitude and by the Gulf Stream, and temperatures are mild there all year round.. The same factors also influence the sea temperature, which is very pleasant both in winter and summer and ideal for nautical sports all year round.. The Workshop Meeting will be held in Lisbon.. In mid-July the weather is usually sunny with maximum temperatures around 30º or more.. Take a look at the web pages, already mentioned, with weather forecast, closer to the event.. Time Zone.. In July Portugal is in UTC+1 (or GMT+1) time (except for the islands of Azores).. Medical Care.. Health Centers:.. Consultations are given at the Centro de Saúde (Public Health Centre).. Outside normal working hours, you should seek the "Serviço de Atendimento Permanente" (SAP) or "Centro de Atendimento de Urgências" (CATUS), where you should go in the first instance.. Urgent Medical Assistance is available in hospitals providing 24 hours a day emergency service.. In case of emergency dial 112.. Who can use the Public Health Services?.. European Union (plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) Citizens holding the European Health Insurance Card (which has replaced the E forms such as the E111 and E128); UK citizens need only to show their passport and ask to get treatment under the EU arrangements;.. Brazilian citizens holding the PB4 health certificate;.. International researchers enrolled in the Portuguese Social Security System;.. Portuguese nationals enrolled in the Portuguese Social Security System.. Note: In all other cases, you may still use the service but will have to pay full rates.. If that applies to you, you should consider getting a health insurance for the duration of their stay in Portugal.. Pharmacies:.. Pharmacies are identified by a green cross which will be lit up at night if the pharmacy is on duty.. When it is closed there will be a notice in the window showing the nearest pharmacy on duty, which is open 24 hours a day.. The Portuguese word for pharmacy is "farmácia".. The address and telephone number of the pharmacies on duty during weekend and during the night are provided in the local newspapers and in the front windows of all pharmacies.. Timetable: working days - 09h00 to 13h00 and 15h00 to 19h00.. Saturdays - 09h00 to 13h00.. Electricity.. Voltage: 220 volts at a frequency of 50 Hertz.. All sockets follow European standards.. To use American (or other) type plugs an adapter should be used.. Money Matters.. Currency: Euro ( ).. Credit cards (such as American Express, Eurocard/Mastercard and Visa) are widely accepted in Portugal.. Automatic Cash Machines and Cash Cards:.. Portugal has a national network of ATMs (Automated Teller Machines), known as "Multibanco", which allows the withdrawal of up to 400 per day (200+200) on cash cards.. Machines are located in banks, shops, petrol stations and other convenient places.. Multibanco point-of-sale devices are also in wide use in shops, restaurants, coffee shops, etc.. Multibanco machines recognize the international cash cards Visa International, Eurocheque, Cirrus, and American Express.. In addition, cards, which function through the following networks, are accepted (ask your bank at home for advice about which network your card works through):.. Telebanco System 4B (Spain).. ServiRed (Spain).. CLAU (Andorra).. BANCONTACT  ...   office, at many newspaper kiosks, news agencies, bookshops, and from stamp machines in public places.. Internet:.. Internet access is becoming widespread in Portugal.. The number of internet cafes is larger by the day, and you can find Wi-Fi HotSpots at airports, hotels, high-way service stations, shopping centers and other locations.. Culture and Entertainment.. In all the main urban centres there are cinemas, theatres, bookshops, art exhibitions, galleries, concerts, ballet, opera, etc.. In Portuguese cinemas the films are generally shown in the original language, with subtitles in Portuguese.. In various locations around the country and at regular intervals there are displays by folk dancing groups and there are regular pilgrimages and fairs of a highly regional nature where popular art and artifacts are available.. Portugal has a wide variety of choice for entertainment: casinos, bingo halls, discos, bars, pavement cafes, piano bars, sporting events, etc.. For information and dates for fairs and cultural events in Portugal please contact ICEP Tourist Offices (Tel: +351 21 346 3658) or the local tourist board.. Monuments:.. Portugal is one of the oldest countries in Europe, politically independent since A.. D.. 1143.. From the North to the South of Portugal there is a rich heritage of various monuments.. Castles, Palaces, Monasteries and Convents, Churches and other sites offer the public an amazing choice of works of art.. With the exception of public holidays and/or weekly closing days, they are generally open from 10 a.. to 12.. 30 p.. and from 2 to 5 p.. Some palaces close on Wednesday.. Museums:.. National museums are open from 10 a.. to 5 p.. They close on Monday and sometimes for part of Tuesday morning.. For more information on National Museums please contact.. Instituto Português de Museus.. (Tel: +351 21 364 2230).. Fado:.. Fado originated in sailors' bars in Lisbon towards the end of the 18th century.. Its name came from the Latin word "fatum", fate.. From the last quarter of the 19th century it was adopted by the aristocrats to express their romantic feelings using the words of great Portuguese poets and writers, and became linked to the word "saudade" (a longing for home and familiar places).. The voice of Amália Rodrigues has made fado known internationally.. Fado is considered the typical musical form of Lisbon and can be heard in the typical areas of Alfama and Bairro Alto in places known as "casas de fado".. Coimbra's fado, sung in this city by students in their black gowns, is closer to troubadour origins.. Many of the songs still tell of students' adventures with local girls.. One of the differences between these two types of fado sung in Lisbon and Coimbra is that the second is traditionally sung as a solo by a man.. The instrumental accompaniment for either of the types is the 12 string Portuguese guitar and the classical guitar.. Portuguese Guitar:.. The origin of the Portuguese Guitar is uncertain.. Several authors and compositors argue that the Portuguese guitar is a result of a fusion between two instruments: the European Cittern (used throughout Western Europe in the Renaissance, bearing an extremely similar shape, and even sometimes having the same number of strings, 12, and the same tunings), and the English Guitar.. The former was probably brought into Portugal in the 16th century, mainly from Italy and France, spreading through the region South of Coimbra, while the latter was brought into Portugal in the 18th century, through Porto, spreading afterwards through the region North of Coimbra.. This may explain the different construction, structure and tuning of the Coimbra Guitar - with its roots in Porto - and the Lisbon Guitar, two different manifestations of the Portuguese Guitar.. Today, this is an instrument only mastered by some, either as accompaniment for Fado or by itself.. Carlos Paredes is one of the most popular Portuguese Guitar players, with musical compositions that clearly reveal all of the Portuguese Guitar "soul".. Sports:.. With its mild climate and the high number of sunny days throughout the year, Portugal is an excellent country for sports.. Thanks to natural conditions and built infrastructures, the most important activities are football (soccer), most indoor sports, golf, cycling, tennis and water sports: sailing, rowing, fishing, underwater exploration, surfing, bodyboarding and windsurfing.. For anglers out on the high seas, the "big game" Portugal offers along the continental coast and in Madeira and the Azores provides an opportunity to break international records with sword fish, tuna and shark among others.. For the various types of sporting events please contact the respective sports Federations or Associations or Instituto do Desporto (Tel: 351 21 395 32 71).. Finally, Some Basic Words and Phrases.. A large number of people (in particular young people) speak English.. However, you can start learning a few portuguese words and phrases.. Thank you.. Obrigado.. 1.. um.. vinte.. Please.. Por favor.. 2.. dois.. 30.. trinta.. Good morning.. Bom dia.. 3.. três.. 40.. quarenta.. Good afternoon.. Boa tarde.. 4.. quatro.. 50.. cinquenta.. Good evening.. Boa noite.. 5.. cinco.. 60.. sessenta.. Yes.. Sim.. 6.. seis.. 70.. setenta.. Não.. 7.. sete.. 80.. oitenta.. Bank.. Banco.. 8.. oito.. 90.. noventa.. Exchange.. Câmbio.. 9.. nove.. 100.. cem.. How much is it?.. Quanto custa?.. 10.. dez.. 1000.. mil.. Do you speak English?.. Fala Inglês?.. I don't understand.. Não compreendo..

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  • Title: GHOU 2008 - Social Events
    Descriptive info: Social Events.. Sintra and Óbidos visit (July 19.. th).. This is an all-day tour that departs from Hotel Olissippo Oriente at 9:00 AM and returns to Lisbon after dinner.. The visit's fee includes everything, the transport, a light lunch, a couple of surprise treats and dinner.. You are advised to use comfortable shoes, and since the return will be late, a light coat.. We'll start by visiting.. Sintra.. which is a UNESCO's World Heritage Site.. Then, after a light lunch, will take a short trip to Cabo da Roca the westernmost point in continental Europe,.. where the land ends and the sea begins.. Luís Vaz de Camões.. The afternoon will be dedicated to.. Óbidos.. , a medieval town that still  ...   da Viscondessa.. Rua da Cintura - Santos.. See the maps bellow for the location of the restaurant (blue knife fork) and the closest subway station ( Cais do Sodré ).. There will be a bus leaving from.. Hotel Olissippo Oriente.. at 19h00.. If you want to get there on your own, the best way is to go to the Cais do Sodré subway station (last station on the Green line), and then, either walk (see detailed map bellow) or take a tram in front of the train station (.. any.. will do) and get out at the Santos tram stop (2.. stop after you get in).. After dinner the bus will take you back to Parque das Nações.. See larger map..

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  • Title: GHOU 2008 - Participants
    Descriptive info: Participants.. Fondazione IDIS - Città della Scienza.. Italy.. Ana Isabel Sousa e Silva.. Escola Secundária do Tarrafal.. Cape Verde.. Ana Maria Besteiro.. Escola Portuguesa de Moçambique.. Mozambique.. Ana Maria Jordão Pinto da Costa.. Escola Secundária 2,3 de Alvide.. Ana Maria Mourão.. CENTRA - IST, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa.. Ana Noronha.. Anabela Fátima Coelho.. Escola Secundária e EB2,3 de Murça.. Andreas Kratzer.. Technische Universität München.. Germany.. Antensay Amare Feleke.. Adama University.. Ethiopia.. António Pedrosa.. Centro de Multimeios de Espinho.. Armando Leandro.. Comissão Nacional de Protecção das Crianças e Jovens em Risco.. Avivah Yamani.. Langitselatan.. Indonesia.. Bonnie Thurber.. Northwestern University.. USA.. Bruno Jungwiert.. Astronomical Institute ASCR - Prague.. Czech Republic.. Carl Pennypacker.. University of California at Berkeley.. Carlos Antunes Santos.. NUCLIO - Núcleo Interactivo de Astronomia.. Carlos Jorge Mendes Costa.. Escola Básica 2,3 de Santana.. Carlos Manuel Pereira Rodrigues.. Escola E.. B.. Matilde Rosa Araújo.. Carlos Valentim.. Agrupamento de Escolas de Carcavelos.. Universe Awareness - Leiden Observatory.. The Netherlands.. Catarina Lobo.. Centro de Astronomia da UP Dep.. Matemática Aplicada - Universidade do Porto.. Connie Walker.. National Opticla Astronomical Observatory - NOAO.. Daniel Johansson.. Onsala Space Observatory - Chalmers University of Technology.. Sweden.. Enrique Torres.. Centro de Investigaciones de Astronomia.. Venezuela.. Filipe Duarte Santos.. SIM - University of Lisbon.. Handa Toshihiro.. University of Tokyo.. Japan.. Hanna Sathiapal.. Fingertip Hands-On Exhibits.. Switzerland.. Hongfeng Guo.. National Astronomical Observatories Chinese Academy of Sciences.. China.. Ido Bareket.. Bareket Observatory.. Israel.. Jacinto Castanho.. Escola Secundária de Coruche.. Pleasanton Unified School District.. Lawerence Berkeley Lab..  ...   - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.. Brazil.. Maria do Rosário Alvelos Alegre Marques.. Colégio da Imaculada Conceição.. Maria do Rosário Freitas Rodrigues.. Maria do Rosário Paiva Tavares.. Escola Secundária de Carcavelos.. Maria José Baptista Louro Fernandes Calado.. Escola Secundária Fernando Namora.. Maria Leonor Fonseca Cabral.. Escola Secundária da Cidadela NUCLIO - Núcleo Interactivo de Astronomia.. Maria Luísa Simões Pinto Esteves.. Maria Luísa Teixeira de Almeida.. Mário Ramos.. Martine Janvier.. Collège Vieux Colombier.. France.. Mateus Costa.. Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas - Universidade Nova de Lisboa.. Mehri Fadavi.. Jackson State University.. Michel Faye.. Lycée Louis Le Grand.. Miguel Moreira.. Minchen Zhou.. Naoko Sato.. Wakayama University.. Hardin-Simmons University.. Paul Baki.. University of Nairobi.. Kenya.. Paul Roche.. Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope.. UK.. Paula Mª Balsinha Sanches Furtado.. Escola Básica 2,3 Matilde Rosa Araújo.. Pedro Russo.. IAU/IYA2009 - ESO/ESA/Hubble.. Rafael Barbabosa.. FAMA - Fisicos Astronomos Mexicanos y Asociados.. Mexico.. Richard Lohman.. Roger Ferlet.. Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris.. Rogerio Alvaro Ly Sousa Assis.. Escola Secundária Luís Freitas Branco.. Rosa Doran.. Sarah Roberts.. Faulkes Telescope Project - Cardiff University.. Sotira Trifourki.. Association for Astronomy Education.. Steve Carpenter.. Piner High School Lawerence Berkeley Lab.. Suleiman Baraka.. Research Center - Al Aqsa University.. Palestine.. Susan Murabona.. Hands-On Universe Africa.. Susana Simões Pereira.. Astronomical Observatory, University of Coimbra.. Suzanne Faye.. Lycée Chaptal.. Svante Löfmark.. Rudbeck High School.. Teresa Lobato.. Escola Secundária Luís de Freitas Branco.. Wiphu Rujopakarn.. Learning Center for Earth Science and Astronomy.. Thailand.. Yang Hong.. Stanford University.. Orbys Inc..

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  • Title: GHOU 2008 - Acknowledgements
    Descriptive info: Acknowledgments.. The LOC wishes to acknowledge the collaboration and assistance of the following institutions in the organization of GHOU2008..

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