Lecture on Zodiac Signs is Here

There is really huge diversity in the Universe...

There are stars...

There are megaliths...

And much more...

This page is intended to bring some information on the things

-- I am interested in (both scientifically and personally),

-- the students should be interested in (lectures, exercises etc.).

Since I am extremely lazy creature I shall be maintaining my www resources in

English language only. Moreover, writing in html is much too difficult.

Below I post several pictures of the

These frames are ordered according to the time of acquisition and were taken at

09:03, 09:08, 09:18, 09:53, 10:04, and 10:17, respectively.

The eclipse started at 08:08, reached the deepest phase at 09:29, and terminated at 10:57.

(All dates are given in local time).

Here is the manuscript of the lectures (given in summer semester of 2013) on

Here is the manuscript of my

It is in the PostScript format. The text is still being developed and new chapters

will be added every week or so. Students should expect frequent updates.

Current version (of Jun 7) is obligatory for all students wanting to pass examination.

Here is the first

Here is the second

Here is the third

- Here are the data for the first exercise.

- Here are the data for the second exercise.

Here is the fourth

Here is the fifth

Here is the sixth

Here is the seventh

Here is the eighth

- Here are the data for the third exercise.

Here is the ninth

- Here are the data for the second exercise.

- Here are the data for the third and fourth exercises.

- Here are the data for the fifth exercise.

Here is the first

Here is the second

Here is the third

Here is the fourth

Here is the fifth

Here is the sixth

Here is the seventh

Here is the eighth

Here is the manuscript of my

It is in the PostScript format. The text is almost finished.

Here is the first

Here is the second

Here is the third

Here is the fourth

Here is the fifth

Here is the sixth

Here is the seventh

Here is the first

- Here are the data for the first exercise.

- Here are the data for the second exercise.

- Here are the data for the third exercise.

- Here are the data for the fourth exercise.

Here is the second

- Here are the data for the first exercise.

- Here are the data for the second exercise.

- Here are the data for the third exercise.

- Here are the data for the fourth exercise.

Here is a gallery of the

Here is the place with my resources about

Stone, Bronze, Iron, and Viking Ages. Right now there is only a small sample

of pictures I have taken in Danmark during the first 'observational season'

(from Aug to Dec 2003). This sample consists of 779 pictures arranged according to

the time of their aquisition. However, the full set comprises some 4000 pictures.

There is no description. It will appear in (near) future.

Here is very nice

object is shown on more than one photograph. I wonder if you can identify it and

find appropriate photos?

Created and maintained by Grzegorz Kopacki. Updated on Jan 5, 2011.