Osservatorio Astronomico Franco Fuligni, Rocca di Papa

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  • July 5, 2017
    In one of the very few cloudy nights this summer we went to this small Observatory near Rome. The evening was not the best for observation of the planets, but we did the same. The Observatory is taking time you feel you get in one of the small villages that can be found in the mountains. Approaching the animals, dogs and cats welcome. It is not very easy to reach: the signage is virtually absent, but the destination is well worth the visit. Scan the sky through the eyes of volunteers who greet you and then they follow you, teach and help throughout the evening is the most important part of this. A projection started the topic that has kept everyone interested and very careful and then off to the observation. A marvel. Fair price for valuable information. to do!
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  • June 6, 2017
    Evening organized to bring children to the world of astronomy, its beauties and its mysteries. After an interesting video with explanation of the solar system, the milky way and many other celestial bodies we are invited to observe from near our satellite, the Moon, with the telescope: observing its craters and listen to more information that is provided to us it was just fantastic.
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  • May 16, 2017
    I am a middle school teacher, teaching mathematics and Sciences; Since 2000 each year bring my third medium with the collaboration of parents in Fuligni. Because in what was for me the first time, I felt an emotion so strong to see the Moon so big, so close that I decided to repeat the experience with my pupils and their parents. In the eighth grade astronomical geography involves the study of the Moon of planets, constellations and what could be more exciting than seeing the ... ... heaven? Seeing is believing.
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