Peace line on earth will be made by the beauty of Jupiter 
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Peacefulness of the heavens will be shown on the International Day of Peace, by public StarPeace parties around the world.

September 21 is named International Day of Peace by the United Nations. Every year on this day people from many nations respect peace and a world without war. This day is dedicated to peace, or specifically the absence of war, such as might be occasioned by a temporary ceasefire in a combat zone. (More info on Wikipedia)

This year StarPeace following its main goals toward promoting peace and astronomy, has decided to celebrate International Day of Peace with the help of all astronomy clubs around the world who are joined StarPeace project.

StarPeace colleague are going to draw a Peace Line on Earth. On September 21, amateur astronomers will bring their telescopes between people near one of their historical sites, such as World Heritages and will show our solar system's biggest planet, Jupiter and its Galilean moons.

Public star parties will starts from the eastern countries and countries will pass it to each other one by one. StarPeace will have worldwide public star parties in many nations, despite of their political views, religions, cultures and nationalities.

So one by one public star parties among the historical and cultural sites will make a line of peace around the earth and will join cultures of nations to each other.

We invite every amateur astronomy clubs to join us in drawing our line of peace all over the world.

If you are eager to participate in this event, please join StarPeace now.

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