The SWATNET project received € 3,177 million in funding from the European Commission's Marie Curie Actions Innovative Training Network. The international program studies the physical processes of space weather. It was prepared with the participation of the astrophysicists of Eötvös Loránd University and our Foundation. It promotes the experience of young researchers in research of outstanding global interest. In the field of astronomy, including the fields of space and astrophysics, SWATNET is the only winning project in the whole of Europe.
We are pleased to announce that our grant application registered under identification number TOP-7.1.1-16-H-ERFA-2019-00207, has been accepted and we have received HUF 38 million for the renovation of the observatory. Renovation of the observatory began in the summer. Details will be available under our news.
We are pleased to announce that our grant application submitted with the identification number LEADER_VP6-19_2_1_65-8-3_8-17_1969745812 has been accepted and we have received HUF 3 million for binoculars. The binoculars have already arrived in the summer. Details can be read under our news and on the side of the binoculars.
We are pleased to announce that our grant application submitted with the identification number TOP-7.1.1-16-H-ESZA-2019-00849 has been accepted and we have received HUF 3 million for the lecture series of the Free University of Solar Physics. The series of lectures will be held in Gyula in the autumn and spring.
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