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Astronomy in Armenia from the 5TH Century B.C. to the 19TH Century A.D.

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  • KanadaHye
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    Re: Astronomy in Armenia from the 5TH Century B.C. to the 19TH Century A.D.

    Originally posted by Haykakan View Post

    I know i know its after 19th century...
    hehehe If you look at the beginning of my post, it's only the year 1459 according to the Armenian Calendar.

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  • Haykakan
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    Re: Astronomy in Armenia from the 5TH Century B.C. to the 19TH Century A.D.

    THE UNIVERSE ON PALMS FILM TO BE SCREENED DURING EVENT DEDICATED TO GRIGOR GURZADYAN

    /PanARMENIAN.Net/
    30.03.2010 16:46 GMT+04:00

    /PanARMENIAN.Net/ HayART cultural center will organize an event
    dedicated to famous Armenian astrophysicist Grigor Gurzadyan on
    April 2. During it, in addition to The Universe on Palms film,
    60 paintings and several books of Terlemezyan Art College graduate,
    astrophysicist will be presented, specifically The Universe on Palms,
    Cosmic Catastrophe, History of Love, Thoughts...Thoughts, Kaqavaberd
    Mystery, My Son at Ararat Peak.

    "The film is created on the basis of video records and interviews
    conducted with Grigor Gurzadyan in different periods of time. Each
    conversation with him is so interesting that I considered it a
    necessity to make them available," Rita Sharoyan, the Director of
    HayART cultural center and the film's author, told a PanARMENIAN.Net
    correspondent.

    Grigor Gurzadyan is a famous Armenian astrophysicist and
    scientist. He was born in 1922 in Baghdad (Iraq.) He participated in
    the establishment of Byurakan observatory. Orion space observatories
    were created under his leadership and placed at Salyut orbital station
    and Soyuz space rocket.


    I know i know its after 19th century...

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  • CRDA-France
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    Re: Astronomy in Armenia from the 5TH Century B.C. to the 19TH Century A.D.

    Thank you KanadaHye for these pages. I do a link to them from my page :

    http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad...umanian000.htm

    First time I hear of "Maria Mitchell Observatory" >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Mitchell_Observatory

    Thank you. Nil.
    #28

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  • Astronomy in Armenia from the 5TH Century B.C. to the 19TH Century A.D.

    According to the Armenian Calendar, we're in the year 1459 since 554 A.D. was considered the first year in the new Armenian Era.





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