The astronomy club exposes the students to the scientific study of celestial objects such as stars, planets, comets, galaxies and phenomena that originate outside the Earth's atmosphere such as the cosmic background radiation. It contributes to technology, economy and society by constantly pushing for instruments, processes and software that are beyond our current capabilities. It proves to be the building block, to kindle passion and interest amongst students. Providing proper resources and information to the curious minds is the stepping stone in the making of future astronomers and scientists. Students enjoy this time to learn and explore things. The club encourages them to learn, explore and to know more about the celestial objects. The hands-on activities and observation sessions, makes it popular amongst the students.
The Astronomy Club organized a number of workshops which included:
- Comet Kitchen
- Fingerprints of the Universe
- The Source of Light
- K Prabhakar Sriram and Prabhat Shankar Dubey of Std. IX have made 18 preliminary discoveries in the ‘All India Asteroid Search Campaign 2018’ at New Delhi.
- Four students of Std. IX attended ‘Project Paridhi’ at Jantar Mantar to find the circumference of the Earth through the shadow of the Sun on Winter Solstice.
Zero Hour Presentation Conducted by SPACE Team for Std. III - X
Workshop on ‘The Martin Lab’ and ‘Rocket Science Is Fun’ for Std.III-V.
Workshop on ‘What Is Your Sun Sign?’ and ‘The Magic of Light’ for Std. III-V