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by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe

wherever we are
in any cosmic corner
love is decisive
-- By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe,  Romania


After the major astropoetry project dedicated to the Global Astronomy Month 2010, the Romanian Society for Meteors and Astronomy (SARM) and Friends launched a few other web projects, based more on tourist astropoetry and photo-poetic essay.

Thus, we invite you to travel by the power of imagination in Romania, Benelux, France, and especially in the Indian Ocean with Dimitrie Olenici, in Central Europe with Valentin Grigore and in Germany with Alexandru Tudorica, as well as in the Pacific Ocean for the 2010 total solar eclipse or in Europe for Jupiter’s opposition 2010 by visiting our recent works: Romanian Astrohumanism (XXI)

Far Suns

Astronomy around the Darmanesti Castle

Looking for the Zimmer Tower

Hercules of Antwerp

Astronomic Thoughts in the Main Capitals of Benelux

French TGV like a Space Rocket

Romanian Astrohaiga

Annular Solar Eclipse 2010 over the Indian Ocean

Total Solar Eclipse 2010 over the Pacific Ocean

Maximum Alert

Cupola in the Water


Anti Light Pollution Central-European Expedition

That Mysterious Man and His Lunette

Jupiter’s Opposition 2010

Astro-Photo in Bonn


-With all best wishes,
Andrei Dorian Gheorghe-

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