A Virtual Astronomy Day

Since its creation in 1973, Astronomy Day has been a time to celebrate the oldest of the allied sciences by interacting with the public via display tables set up at museums, shopping malls, book stores and libraries by day along with a free public star party at night. No words can describe the joy of seeing people’s faces as they step up to the telescope for the first time and peer into the cosmos. The moon and planets are always the favourite to observe close up but seeing celestial objects thousands or millions of light-years away, leaves them speechless.

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eNews date: 
Friday, May 1, 2020