Fun Activities and Research Opportunities …
Why get bored with the same routine when we have activities planned for you to spice up you’re learning. Take stunning images of Earth or the stars, search for an asteroid or interact with an astronomer. We have plenty to offer you all right here.
In this program participating students will get a chance to work with astronomers on real time data to hunt for the unknown asteroids.
The project takes place 6-8 times in a year with 4 weeks or 28 days duration each. Participation is strictly through first come first serve basis. Registration closes a week before the session.
This NASA project allows students to take fascinating images of the Earth from Space using a camera on-board the ISS. Students can participate in this competition 4 times in a year. The duration of the project is 4-6 days depending upon the schedule of experiments on-board ISS.
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The students and teachers can participate in the programs to help astronomers and researchers with valuable data. Different programs have different requirements and the links and programs are updated from time to time.
You can participate as many time as you like.
Events And Competitions
KhagolChayachitran - Astrophotography competition
Astrophotography is a simple tool to collect data of space and celestial bodies in it. Also it is an art to capture the beauty of the celestial bodies. Khagol Chayachirtan is a competition to see who have mixed the two.
The competition is organised on special celestial bodies and has attractive prizes to win.
Deep Solar System Exploration Competition
Planned to launch Pan – India later this year, the program is still under construction and will be updated with details here once things are ready.
Details coming soon…
Astronomy is not limited to one nation or one organisation. It has global reach and events like these bring people together.
Astrophile will bring global celebrations in India for students and enthusiasts to participate and enjoy the beauty of night sky.