He was born on September 8 in During his stay in Mumbai,he was elected as the Hony. He was responsible for organising village level astronomy workshops in Assam as well as in other states in NE.
Course Coordinator: Swapnil Jawkar. This course is aimed at astronomy enthusiasts and beginners. One of the main feature of this course is the stress given for Positional, Conceptual and Observational aspects of astronomy.
This is innovation at its best. Scientists at JAXA the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency not only created a satellite with solar sails something poor guys at the planetary society will probably be fuming at but created an innovative method to control its attitude, not by using rocket motors but a simple liquid crystal display. Yes this is the same stuff used to make the displays in your calculators and watches!
Astronomy in India has been practiced as a science in conjunction with astrology since the dawn of the first civilization. At one point of time, Indian Astrologers also doubled up as some of the finest astronomers of the world. The earliest treatises on Astronomy were published around BC by Indian astrologers. These institutions went on to serve as nurseries for the pioneers like Meghnand Saha, V.
Sahal Kaushik often spends his evenings with stars. Orion, Bootes, Taurus — the year-old takes his 15cm refractor telescope to the terrace of their building in Dwarka to spot many constellations. Sahal, who is home-schooled, was first drawn to astronomy when he read a book on the subject a few years ago.
Details of the different location where telescopes will be set up on the evening of the 12th of April are here. Here is an opportunity for you to quench your thirst of viewing planets and the Moon, through a telescope. The 12 th of April is celebrated worldwide, by amateur astronomers, as International Sidewalk Astronomy Day.
Barely any of us have come across that jaw-dropping, dark patch of sky, covered in thousands of tiny bright specks, that has left us transfixed. We, city dwellers, know nothing about what our home galaxy looks like, let alone the universe! Intrigued to know what it looks like?
I named it ' Red space for Galileo' in City of delhi to show people what Galileo saw years back using his small telescope, additionally I will carry a 3" reflector for 'wow effect'. I will discuss a wonder full universe discovered with help of telescope and images captured by best telescope of the world. We will be celebrating the landmark observation made by Galieo years back. It will be done from the beautiful Lawns in front of India Gate - one of the largest war memorials of India right in the heart of New Delhi.
Amateur societies popularize astronomy as a hobby. The amateur groups share and exchange information about astronomy, intimate other groups about workshops, seminars and conferences. E mail : Contact Now Ph : 91