Anatoly BELYAEV Konstanstinovich( Soviet astronomer organizer)
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Biography Anatoly BELYAEV Konstanstinovich
Anatoly Konstantinovich Belyaev was born October 20, 1888.
In 1913, Anatoly Konstantinovich graduated from the Physics and Mathematics Faculty of Moscow University.
Belyaev actively engaged in education, teaching, publishing and scientific-organizational activities in astronomy.
Anatoly Konstantinovich worked in the Moscow department of the People's Commissariat of millet, and since 1919 - head of the Astronomical Commission.
From 1919 to 1927, Anatoly Belyaev Konstantivnovich worked as a research fellow at the Institute of methods of school work.
He then worked as an assistant professor of the Moscow City Pedagogical Institute (Moscow State Pedagogical Institute).
Thanks to the efforts Belyaeva in postrevolutionary years in Moscow were opened or reopened two astronomical observatories.
Since 1919, Belyaev, head of one of these observatories (located on Dzerzhinsky Street, later it became the observatory MGPI).
In the same year, Anatoly Konstantinovich was a member of the Board and treasurer of the Moscow Society of amateur astronomy, and the Moscow branch of the Central Council of vago.
In 1935, Anatoly Konstantinovich Belyaev led one of the expeditions of the Academy of Sciences of the choice of places for observing the solar eclipse of 19 June 1936.
Belyaev participated in the preparation of hundreds of school teachers of astronomy
During the war, Belyaev participated in the rescue equipment Observatory MGPI, and after its completion - was engaged in its restoration.
August 29, 1949 Anatoly Konstaninovich Belyaev died.