Small lanterns on Mijajima, Japan
Photo No. 63: Small lanterns on Mijajima, Japan (Open in new window), Author: , Date: December 31, 2012
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Topic: Science  |  Series: Japanese mission
The International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC) has been organized once in three years since 1958. Last IMSC in 2009 took place in Bremen, Germany. 2012 was a special year for IMSC, as is was localized out of Europe for the first time: in Kyoto, Japan. The opening ceremony on Sunday 16th September was followed by four and a half day of exquisite mass spectrometric programme.
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Topic: Travelling  |  Series: Japanese mission
Kyoto Conference Center 19th International Mass Spectrometry Conference was about to be started on Sunday 16th September. The opening ceremony was scheduled for half pas three in the afternoon. We decided to take the advantage of morning time to see another nice place in Kyoto.
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Topic: Travelling  |  Series: Japanese mission
In front of Kyomizu Dera zdroj: http://worldsincredible.blogspot.jp/The journey to Japan took us basically one whole day. We set off from Ruzyně airport in Prague at 9 a.m. (Thursday 13th Sep), at Amsterdam-Schiphol we changed for a boeing to Ósaka and lend there at 9 a.m. again (Friday 14th Sep). However, we added seven hours on our watches, so the travelling itself took 16 hours. From Ósaka we moved on to Kyóto by train.
 




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