AstroDay Chile 2014
February 25, 2014
Gemini South volunteer from Argentina, Viviana Bianchi and Ariel López (GS Science Operation Specialist Group Manager) interact with AstroDay Chile visitors in January last year in La Serena, Chile.
Gemini Science Fellow, Peter Pessev responds to peoples inquiries in AstroDay Chile.
An astronaut in the streets of La Serena? That was AstroDay Chile's attraction 3 years ago.
This Year’s Programming!
Join us in 2014 as we feature 21 Chilean observatories, local universities and the many public/tourist observatories in the region of Coquimbo. The festivities begin at 5:00 pm on March 15th at the Plaza de Armas in La Serena and will continue until midnight.
What is AstroDay Chile?
Every year, for the past eight years, AstroDay Chile shares the wonders of astronomy in Chile with our host community in La Serena and the entire region of Coquimbo. From the educational and career opportunities that the observatories provide for students and the community, to the pride of hosting some of the world’s most advanced tools to research the universe, AstroDay Chile is for anyone who wants to experience the excitement of exploring our universe from Chile’s pristine skies.
For more information, call: (51) 2 205628