In the astronomical circles of Planetarium guys engaged in science were engaged. There was no such a youth astronomical school anywhere in the world!
Many graduates of astronomical circles of the Moscow Planetarium are now the color and pride of the national science of stars.
In 2011, a recruitment for the first course of the Astronomical Circle of the updated Planetarium was announced. Three years have passed.
May 27, 2014 will be the first edition of the Astronomical Circle of the Moscow Planetarium. 20 years have passed since the last graduation, and here the newly minted graduates are leaving the walls of the revived Planetarium.
On this solemn day, we invite all members of the first, second and third courses together with their parents to take part in this festive event and congratulate the first graduates. Among our distinguished guests will be graduates of circles of past years. Among them are well-known scientists who have dedicated their lives to the science of astronomy, for the first time having come in contact with it in classes in the astronomical circle of the Moscow Planetarium:
• Anatoly Vladimirovich Zasov;
Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor at the Department of Astrophysics and Stellar Astronomy, SAI MSU, full member of the International Academy of Higher Education, member of the International Astronomical Union, member of the European Astronomical Society, member of the Eurasian Astronomical Society. A graduate of the astronomical circle of the Moscow Planetarium.
• Efremov Yury Nikolaevich;
Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Chief Researcher of the Department of Galaxy Studies and Variable Stars, SAI MSU, member of the International Astronomical Union and Bureau of the Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Astronomy.
In 1951 – 1952 he was deputy chairman of the Junior School Circle, a graduate of the Astronomical Circle of the Moscow Planetarium.
• Kardashev Nikolai Semenovich;
Russian astronomer, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Chairman of the Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences on Astronomy, Director of the Astro-cosmic Center of the Physical Institute Pn
Lebedev, Russian Academy of Sciences, twice winner of the USSR State Prize.
For all of us, this event will be a landmark, because in 2014, the Astronomical Circle of the Moscow Planetarium turns 80 years old!
Entrance to the event will be by invitation only!