Ever wondered about a space castle? The International Space Station is a castle far from Earth, orbiting in space, and a home for astronauts who research the wonders of the universe. In this session, get an insight into the largest scientific collaborative project in history and understand the significance in space research.
The night sky reveals a lot about the universe. You must have wondered how astronomers know every constellation and recognize it practically in the night sky so easily. Start with us as an amateur astronomer and learn how to use an astronomy tool- ‘Planisphere’ to get the hands-on experience of planning night sky observation. Experience the beauty of stars and patterns with us by understanding to work on a software ‘Stellarium’.
In the digital world, we have several easy ways to know time. Sundials are the oldest known instruments for telling time. Earlier, people used to track time with the day time star – the Sun. Learn and experience the magnificence of a Sundial.
Space environment is particularly harsh, and therefore smart-structure technology is critical for designing space structures. Trusses are the engineering magic tools. Join us to understand the interesting concepts for having such robust structures in space and their importance in building space exploration machines.
Space missions are difficult tasks. How do you think scientists know where to land on Mars or Moon? They are equipped with special type of maps called Topographical maps. This session gives you an in-depth learning about topography, contour drawing, conversion to 3D maps; and how such maps help in getting a better understanding of the celestial surface.
Unbox the Cosmic Jaunt activity kit and let your child enjoy multiple hands-on activities. This unique box includes age –appropriate activity-based session materials along with easy-to understand instruction manual for the convenience of parents. The box will be shipped within 7 days after your registration.
|Batches||Junior ( Grades II-III)||Middle ( Grades IV-V)||Senior (Grades –VI-IX)|
|Time 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM (IST)||Time : 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (IST)||Time : 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (IST)|