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Event ID:  46797
Contact Name:  Eissa Alnasrallah
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Organization:  Kuwait Science Club - Astronomy and Space Science department
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Dates:  9th October 2021 to 10th October 2021
Physical Event:  Yes
Type:  Public
Start/End Type:  Both Starts and Ends During WSW
Country:  Kuwait
State/Province:  Asimah
City:  Kuwait City
Address:  The Arabian Gulf Beach
Location:  Shuwaikh beach
Event Name:  Observation of Moon and Venus Conjunction
Event Description:  October 9 , 2021. 5:45pm - 8:00pm. **No event on October 10, 2021. There is an error on the website** Members of Astronomy and Space Science department at Kuwait Science Club will gather with their telescopes and cameras to observe the Moon and Venus Conjunction. This event is open to public and everyone who wants to enjoy the beautiful scenery and weather. We are holding this event to increase public awareness of astronomy and encourage their engagement in this field. Feel free to contact us for more information. During the period 4-10 October, we will present significant women in history up to modern days who have contributed to space science and astronomy over our Instagram account. سيقوم أعضاء إدارة علوم الفلك والفضاء في النادي العلمي الكويتي بتنظيم فعالية رصد لاقتران كوكب الزهرة بهلال شهر ربيع الأول بعد الغروب مباشرة مما يتيح فرصة للاستمتاع بهذه الظاهرة الفلكية في أمسية نسعى فيها لزيادة الوعي بالظواهر الفلكية و تشجيع ممارسة الهوايات الفلكية. كما سنقوم خلال الفترة 4-10 أكتوبر بتقديم مجموعة من النساء الملهمات في مجال الفلك و الفضاء عبر التاريخ عبر حسابنا في انستغرام
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Report on the Results:  The location had a good view on the moon, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn. The sky was clear with light pollution due to observation near an active city area. The weather was a bit humid. 12 of the attendees had planned the participation. 3 joined as they noticed the event taking place. 7 of the attendees were observing the planets through the telescope for the first time. Thus, it was an opportunity to stimulate a passion for astronomy in them. During the entire week, posts on women who contributed to space and astronomy have been posted on the social media account. Covering a range of more than 20 women in space over different eras. These were presented in the form of short questions. The hope was to inspire women to follow their passion in astronomy and find a role model in those who preceded them. Our attempt is to provide a hub where passion for astronomy can be fulfilled in those who seek it. As well as to create awareness of the heavens above us. This is the first event post covid-19 restrictions (some restrictions still in place). We hope next events can reach even larger audiences and in safer conditions.
Attendance:  15
Attendance is Unique:  Yes
Media Impressions:  128
Media Impressions are Unique:  Yes

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