The National Observatory of Athens (NAO) is a public research centre. It was founded in 1884 by the donor G.G. Sina. Its scientific and research activities include observations, data collection and research on astral and space space, the atmospheric environment, the crust and the interior of the Earth.
The EAA provides services such as continuous monitoring of the seismicity of the Greek space and the information of the State and the public, weather forecasting, continuous measurement of ionospheric parameters, etc. An important contribution is made to the education of the public and the dissemination of science through the Penteli Visitors Centre and the Geostrophysics Museum.
The activities of the Centre are served by the Institutes of Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Applications and Remote Sensing (IADET), the Institute of Environmental Research and Sustainable Development (IESD) and the Geodynamic Institute (GEIN), which are staffed with a select research and scientific staff.
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