Department of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics
Faculty of Science
Masaryk University
Today: 11am, lect. room F1
Anthony Lynas-Gray: A Case for Stellar Envelope Opacity Revisions

16. 3. 2018: Representative Ball of FSci
16. 2. 2018: PHOEBE workshop (deadline March 30th)
15. 2. 2018: Summer school iSpec (deadline March 31st)
9. 2. 2018: NEON Observing School 2018 (dedaline April 6th)
1. 2. - 16. 3. 2018: First call ERASMUS+ "Per aspera ad astra simul" !!!
Solar Eclipse Expedition
Date: 9. - 12. 8. 1999
Location: Kecskemét, HungaryDisplay in Google Maps
Organizer: Department of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics
Description: We selected Hungary as the best destination country for our expedition. Why Hungary? It is not too far away from our home country, thus the trip does not take more than half a day. Next advantage is the flat Hungarian landscape, so one does not have to worry about sudden weather changes so frequent in mountains. Plus, Hungary is located to the east and due to weather forecast, the weather should slightly improve to the east. Of course, one can propose Romania; however, it is a little bit further and to be honest, nobody of us ventured there.