India is Celebrating Azaadi ka Amrit Mahotsav to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of India’s Independence. During this special celebration, the contribution of India towards Astronomy should not be forgotten. India has a long and rich history in the field of astronomy by notable Indian astronomers and mathematicians who have played a key role in the development of our understanding of the cosmos. To keep the comic spirits high and to enter 2023 with astronomical enthusiasm, we are proud to collaborate with the National Science Centre and Nehru Planetarium, New Delhi for the Astro Night Sky Tourism, under the banner of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, G20 & Ministry of Culture.
The purpose of this event is to make the city people aware about astronomy and science through engaging activities and ignite their curiosity to look up at the sky and appreciate the celestials themselves. The celebration will hold various activities to know more about Astronomy and Science like Astro-Talk, Storytelling, Sky watch, exhibitions as well engaging quizzes.
The Astro Night Sky Tourism event was appreciated by Hon’ble PM of India Narendra Modi also as he tweeted: “Interesting effort to ignite curiosity towards space and astronomy among our youth.”
National Science Centre, Delhi under Ministry of Culture, is a part of the largest network of Science Centres/ Museums in the world known as National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), an autonomous society under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India was formed on April 4, 1978.
Delhi Planetarium has played a seminal role in disseminating knowledge and instilling interest in space science, especially among young minds. State of the art 2D digital system with immersive visual and special effects in the installed planetarium sky theatre that runs innovative and informative shows such as the Ultimate Universe, New Solar System & Astronaut etc. are enthralling. The planetarium is amongst the few that frequently updates full dome shows accompanied with live lectures-all created indigenously. Presently, Planetarium is under renovation process & shall soon be resuming with 3D projection system with new improved programs.
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