Bareket observatory - Israel IDA section
Bareket observatory's IDA 2002-2017 status report – (Hebrew)
Less than 100 years ago, everyone could look up and see a spectacular starry night sky.
Now, millions of children across the globe will never experience the Milky Way where they live.
The increased and widespread use of artificial l
International Video Conference, took place in Israel - connecting students through the globe via Astronomy science.
In collaboration with students from Israel and Chicago, hosted by Bareket Observatory in Israel.
As part of the Conference the students controlled the Internet telescope located in Israel, while conducted astronomical image
Satellite and NEO Science
Satellites observe the Earth on a global level and take measurements to help improve our understanding of the dynamic processes at work.
Natural disasters, mass transport, ice sheet melting, ocean currents, climate change and the Earth's orientation in space are all studied using data gained from satellite technology.
Check out the following list of possible astronomy projects. The links are to websites relating to that particular subject that can be used as a starting point for research as they are not comprehensive resources by themselves. Feel free to contact us fo further assistance or scheduling scope-time.
Rock(ing)star Really Quakes (4.2 Magnitude) in Israel at the Bareket Observatory
Check out this rock(ing) star image! The 15" Astrograph, equipped with an electronic CCD camera, was in the process of acquiring an image of the Flame nebula NGC2024. The telescopic system was using a narrow-band SII filter at the time.
A 4.2 - magnitude earthquake jolted Israel's eastern border during November 24, 2007.
Our shows feature narration by numerous astronomy experts, who delighted to offer their knowledge along to way.
We thank to our guests for helping us to bring a unique blend of science and education expertise through the years of live celestial events, to the global community of astronomy enthusiasts. You can review some of our show guests at
There are a few things you must remember about watching a live telescope broadcast:
If there are clouds – you will see no image. If the camera isn’t turned on and broadcasting – you will only see the gray “frame” below where the image is meant to be.
Because the data load is so huge from the incoming images,
The Bareket observatory is dedicated to promoting the importance of science education and dark-sky preservation throughout our communities.
That is why we partner with the IDA, AWB and outdoor initiatives around the world. With them, we’re committed to fostering intellectual curiosity in new generations of scientists, engineers, and outdoor enth
The Bareket Observatory is a scientific & public outreach astronomical facility.
Promoting science-education and astrophysical research among the local and global community.
The facility located near Jerusalem, facing the Judea mountains in Israel.
Students from local high schools to world-class research facilities like NASA, JPL a
Giant Asteroid 3122 Florence passes Earth - LIVE WEBCAST
Asteroid 3122 Florence – Earth Flyby!
Tune in for a live free webcast! | 09/01/2017 19:00UTC
Movie: images from the live telescope session, of Asteroid 3122 Florence
Asteroid 3122 Florence (1981 ET3) will pass very close to Earth on Sept. 1.
Even at its closest, it will remain at a dista
The Bareket observatory in Israel is glad to announce about a spectacular SUPER MOON webcast, available anywhere in the world with an internet connection.
Participate in a multi-viewer broadcast of the most spectacular Super Moon of the year, a real celestial light showThe live event will take a place at the night of November 14th 2016.