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IRAN/
RTX5IYR
May 09, 2008
Siavash Saffarian, an amateur astronomer and night sky photographer, looks on as he sits in front of...
Tehran, Iran
Amateur astronomer and night sky photographer looks on as he sits in front of a picture of the earth...
Siavash Saffarian, an amateur astronomer and night sky photographer, looks on as he sits in front of a picture of the earth during a ceremony in Tehran to mark Astronomy Day in Iran, May 9, 2008. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
LIFE-ASTRONOMERS/
RTR1S7V0
July 25, 2007
Retired engineer and amateur astronomer Rick Beno stands in his observatory at the Arizona Sky Village,...
PORTAL, UNITED STATES
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Retired engineer and amateur astronomer Rick Beno stands in his observatory at the Arizona Sky Village, near Portal, Arizona on July 13, 2007. Beno is among scores of star-gazers from across the United States and from as far as South Korea, Britain and Russia who have bought plots in the remote desert community, which has some of the best conditions from astronomy. The site, which is more than two-hours drive from the nearest large cities of Tucson, Arizona and El Paso, Texas, has dry, stable air and very low light pollution which gives it some of the best conditions for astronomy anywhere in the world. Photo taken on July 13, 2007. To match feature LIFE-ASTRONOMERS/ REUTERS/Tim Gaynor (UNITED STATES)
LIFE-ASTRONOMERS/
RTR1S7UZ
July 25, 2007
Retired lab technician and amateur astronomer Jim Algots stands on the steps to his observatory at the...
PORTAL, UNITED STATES
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Retired lab technician and amateur astronomer Jim Algots stands on the steps to his observatory at the Arizona Sky Village, near Portal, Arizona on July 13, 2007. Algots is among scores of star-gazers from across the United States and from as far as South Korea, Britain and Russia who have bought plots in the remote desert community, which has some of the best conditions from astronomy. The site, which is more than two-hours drive from the nearest large cities of Tucson, Arizona and El Paso, Texas, has dry, stable air and very low light pollution which gives it some of the best conditions for astronomy anywhere in the world. Photo taken on July 13, 2007. To match feature LIFE-ASTRONOMERS/ REUTERS/Tim Gaynor (UNITED STATES)
IRAN/
RTR1OV41
April 20, 2007
An amateur astronomer points out the planet Earth on a drawing representing the solar system at a park...
Tehran, Iran
Amateur astronomer points out the planet Earth on a drawing representing the solar system at a park in...
An amateur astronomer points out the planet Earth on a drawing representing the solar system at a park in northern Tehran during an event held on Astronomy Day April 20, 2007. The event was held to introduce astronomy to the public. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/
RTR1OV3Z
April 20, 2007
Models of satellite dishes are displayed on the ground at a park in northern Tehran at an event held...
Tehran, Iran
Models of satellite dishes are displayed on the ground at a park in northern Tehran
Models of satellite dishes are displayed on the ground at a park in northern Tehran at an event held on Astronomy Day April 20, 2007. The event was held to introduce astronomy to the public. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/
RTR1OV3U
April 20, 2007
An artist paints stars on a girl's face at a park in northern Tehran during an event held on Astronomy...
Tehran, Iran
Artist paints stars on a girl's face at a park in northern Tehran
An artist paints stars on a girl's face at a park in northern Tehran during an event held on Astronomy Day April 20, 2007. The event was held to introduce astronomy to the public. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
SCIENCE IRAN STARGAZING
RTR19BEH
October 09, 2005
Iranian amateur astronomer Pejman Norouzi (R) sets up a telescope for his students at the Zafaranieh...
Tehran, Iran
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Iranian amateur astronomer Pejman Norouzi (R) sets up a telescope for his students at the Zafaranieh observatory in Tehran October 9, 2005. Iran's astronomers have an average age of 19 and are 60 percent female but the mingling of young men and women on nocturnal outings was one of the few things that could get astronomy clubs into trouble in Iran, Astronomy clubs are picking up members all across the Islamic Republic. Picture taken October 9, 2005. To match feature SCIENCE-IRAN-STARGAZING REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
SCIENCE IRAN STARGAZING
RTR19BDB
October 09, 2005
Iranian amateur astronomer Pejman Norouzi (R) talks to his students at the Zafaranieh observatory in...
Tehran, Iran
To match feature SCIENCE-IRAN-STARGAZING
Iranian amateur astronomer Pejman Norouzi (R) talks to his students at the Zafaranieh observatory in Tehran October 9, 2005. Iran's astronomers have an average age of 19 and are 60 percent female but the mingling of young men and women on nocturnal outings was one of the few things that could get astronomy clubs into trouble in Iran, Astronomy clubs are picking up members all across the Islamic Republic. Picture taken October 9, 2005. To match feature SCIENCE-IRAN-STARGAZING REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
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