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On September 23, 1995 twenty DMS meteorobservers gather at the public observatory at Bussloo in advance of the DMS Leonids/alfa Monocerotids expedition to Spain. Note the photographic and video-equipment in front of the observers for three Dutch station and the Spanish station in Andalucia. (Photo by Kees Roos)
- 10h30: Entrance permitted, informal talks and visit the exhibition
- 11h15: Overview of visual meteorobservations of the VVS of the last two years by Hendrik Vandenbruaene
- 12h00: The Mbale meteoritefall in Uganda, 1992 by Hans Betlem. (some Mbale meteorites will be on exhibition)
- 13h00: Lunch
- 14h00: The Leonids 1998/1999 Airborne Mission by Dr. Peter Jenniskens, NASA-Ames
- 14h45: Short break
- 15h00: Meteorphotography, equipment and results (with demonstrations) by Casper ter Kuile. Videofilm of the Leonids 1999
- 15h30: Coffeebreak
- 16h00: New type of radiation of bright Leonid meteors above 130 km by Hans Betlem
- 16h30: Workshops meteorphotography and visual work. (parallelsessions, attendents should register)
- 18h00: Closing
- From 18.00 onwards we will head for dinner at a fine Belgium restaurant
Please contact Jean-Marie Biets for any further information:
Jean-Marie Biets Zoutleeuwsesteenweg 158, 3803 Wilderen Tel: +32-11-672613 GSM: +32-496-751845 E-mail: email@example.comWe hope many of you will join us in Genk and we wish everybody a happy and interesting meeting, especially with future activities in mind.
Please stay tuned: this information will be updated regularly!
How to find the Europlanetarium
The Europlanetarium is easily reached from exit 32 of highway E314 (Antwerp - Aachen). Follow direction "recreatieoord Kattevennen" (tourist site) or "St.Jansziekenhuis" (Hospital). The entrance of "recreatieoord Kattevennen" is at the opposite of the Hospital.
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|This page was last modified on March 16, 2000 by
Jean-Marie Biets and Casper ter Kuile