Our Legacy

Date : 24 Sep 2015
User : مدیر وبسایت
Author : Riza Fazili
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 Five years ago we were at Farabi High School. The students looked very excited and also members of Afghanistan Astronomy Association. It was the Global Astronomy month : one people, one sky. We said no to racism and went to Farabi High School. We hope some of those children go to a university and continue their education. If some of them go into science, make us even happier. Enthusiastic students, they are our legacy.

 

 

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