It's Observation Time!

Date : 18 Oct 2015
User : مدیر وبسایت
Author : Riza Fazili
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In the rest of the world amateur astronomers usually take their telescope and leave the city at night for observation but here it is easier said than done. Outside of the cities are really dangerous and no parents would let their children attend the observation. You know that we never surrender so we took our telescope and went to Shahrak-e-Aria near the Hamid Karzai international airport. It was not an ideal place because of light pollution but at least lots of people attended the program included girls and elderlies. Let’s see some of the pictures:

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