ºCitizen science engage students in meaningful science research that addresses real world issues and leads to scientific advancement. We would like to invite school students to contribute to one particular project. We intend to generate awareness about the problem of light pollution in general, and the consequences of the global switch out of the older…
We have recently notice plenty of entries from Sevilla, thanks to José María Fernández Andújar.
During the last ActiON plenary meeting on Berlin last February the 20th we had the opportunity to update our colleagues on the new features we have developed for Street Spectra.
We got the opportunity of sharing all we have learn with the new six additional citizen science and pollution related projects that have recently joined ActiON.
Street spectra has been presented at II Congreso ProAm de la Sociedad Española de Astronomía holded at december 6. 8 in Huesca, Spain.
Professor Jaime Zamorano gave a talk for the Association of Amateur Astronomers from the Facultad de Ciencias Físicas of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (ASAAF)
People from ASAAF share astronomy and science as hobbies and they organize astro-camping, observations and talks.
Our team joined the second edition of “Encontro da Noite” to debate light pollution and the preservation of darkness.
From the very earliest days of electric street lighting, astronomers were the first humans to notice the effects of skyglow. For this reason we presented Street Spectra at Asociación Astronómica de Madrid to find astronomers interested in this light pollution characterisation project.
Street Spectra joins the ActiON project as pilot initiative. Its presentation took place during the kick of meeting of the European Project in London.