When visiting France, people usually stop at Paris, the city of love, lights and fashion. But France has so much more to offer in its countryside.
I had the opportunity to work in Charente and to appreciate the peace of this agricultural and sparsely populated region, where many British have already settled down.
A calmness invades your body and mind when driving on its road all windows opened, biking along the fields with the wind caressing your cheeks and the cattle looking at you strangely, walking in the forest while listening to the birds and the murmuring of a stream.
Spring there makes the colors vibrant.
Plus, the application Tèrra Aventura created many itineraries through the beautiful villages to let you discover their History and culture, ending with a cache to reward you. A pleasant way to visit and know France better !
Photos : Alloue - Lichères - Limoges
#LIEPO has visited Hingoli, Maharashtra often. The outreach visits mainly have been conducted in Hingoli’s primary and secondary schools and the science centre. But in one of our previous visits, we helped revive Hingoli’s dormant science and astronomy club and thus, we now have a new medium; a new abode! 💞🤝
Moving beyond basic introductions, we turned up the level for the newly-joined members and the #LIGOIndia team conducted an interactive webinar on #The_Essentials_of_Radio_Astronomy. ☺️📡📚
Understanding how radio waves, unlike optical, aren't completely limited by the time of the day or the time of the year, this enthusiastic bunch was startled. Among other essentials, we also taught the 20-odd members how by using easily available satellite dish TV antenna and other off-the-shell components, they could build their own radio telescope that could pick up celestial radio signals!
Have you tried building your own affordable radio telescope? So, which celestial body/bodies did your radio apparatus detect? Let us know in the comments below. 😀💬🏜️📡
Join UW Extension and Laramie Rivers Conservation District as we discuss how to properly install drip irrigation (for windbreaks and gardens). We'll then step outside and watch an installation take place. Participants will also learn how to know when and how much water to apply. For more information contact UW Extension Educator, Brian Sebade at the Albany County UWE office at 307-721-2571