Gr/En Language Version Hel.A.S., 6-th Hellenic Astronomical Conference, Penteli 2003
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"History and Teaching of Astronomy" Session Program
DATE: Tuesday, September 16, 2003
15:00-15:45 Dimitrijevich M.
(main session
invited speaker)
The Astronomy in Serbia during the 18-th and
19-th Centuries.
15:45-16:05 Kontizas E. Some statistics in Greek Astronomy.
16:05-16:25 Theodossiou E. Solar clocks investigation and archiving. A proposal for control.
16:25-16:45 Zaphiropoulos V. Astronomical Calendar for 2003 with a Celestial Map.
16:45-17:00 Dakanalis A. The astronomical and mathematical mystery of the pyramids.
17:30-17:50 Petoussis V. Ancient Celestial Spheres from Thessaly.
17:50-18:15 Pinotsis A. Applications and errors of Eratosthenes' method for the measurment of the Earth's meridian.
18:15-18:35 Manimanis V. Vain search for Hephastus planet.
18:35-19:00 Solomos N. Advent and Future of the EUDOXOS Observations Complex: III. Teaching Science with EUDOXOS.
19:00-19:20 Matsopoulos N. The ammount and quality of Science Communication in the Greek mass media.
1. Theodossiou E. The Heliocentric System from the Orph= ic Hymns and the Pythagoreans to the Emperor Julian.
2. Theodossiou E. The Pre-Aristarchean Pythagoreans: The views of Philolaos of Croton.
3. Theodossiou E. The Pre-Aristarchean Pythagoreans: The views of Ecphantos and Heraclides of Pontos.
4. Theodossiou E. The Heliocentric System of Aristarchos of Samos in the Ancient Greek Writers and the Modern Greek References in Favor of Him.
5. Theodossiou E. The Heliocentric System of Aristarchos of Samos in the Modern International References in Favor of Him.
6. Theodossiou E. The Contribution of the Arabic World in Astronomy.
7. Theodossiou E. Astronomy in Byzantium and the West until Copernicus.
8. Theodossiou E. Cosmogony and Cosmological Views of the Ancient Greeks and of the Ancient Eastern Civilizations.
9. Theodossiou E. Astronomical Views of the Ancient Eastern Civilizations and of the Ancient Greeks.
10. Manimanis V. The Dogons' astronomical views.
11. Flogaiti A. Students misconception on basic astronomical meanings.
12. Pinotsis A. D. Attalus: An unknown Rhodian astronomer.
Sessions Program
Sun & Heliosphere
Stars & Stellar Systems
Extragalactic Astronomy
High Energy Astrophysics
Cosmology, Relativity & Relativistic Astrophysics
Galactic Dynamics & Chaotic Dynamical Systems
Infrastructure of Astronomy in Greece
History & Teaching of Astronomy


(*) Only the first author name is shown if more than one contributes.