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György Kulin Free University of Astronomy 2024 – MCSE

György Kulin Free University of Astronomy 2024 – MCSE

We welcome our members and interested parties to our Spring Lecture Series, where we can hear today's new astronomical findings from our country's best teachers, amateur and professional astronomers.

If the weather is clear, the lectures will be followed by a telescope demonstration. The lectures can then be watched on our YouTube channel. Performances are free for MCSE members, as well as for those who enter the association immediately after the performance. Visiting the Polaris Observatory is free to members, and we also offer many other discounts and paid publications. For non-members, the admission fee is HUF 2,000 for adults and HUF 1,000 for students and pensioners per performance.

Lectures are held on Tuesdays starting at 7pm. Please be punctual!

February 6. Evergreen: The End of the World (András Bahn)

February 13. Comet Halley in daylight (Emery Toth)

February 20. The world of binary stars (Tibor Hegedus)

February 27. From Creation to Creation (Attila Messer)

March 5. Spring sky constellations (Lilla Kerényi)

March 26. Stellar spots and exoplanets (Andras Harris Kiss)

April 2 What happened to Comet Pons Brooks? (Emery Toth)

Series Editor: Attila Messer

György Kulin during a lecture he gave in the fall of 1987, on the fortieth anniversary of Uránia Bematútá Csillagwyszglóó.

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