In their summer or winter break, children will learn about the Zodiac constellations, Telescope, Galaxy, Topography, and more. In 5 days, through online multimedia presentations and expert guided activities, they get familiar with the concept of engineering, geography and gain insights about the ancient as well as new age astronomy.
Based on the principles of experiential learning, we create a stress free engaging learning experience for the children. Beyond theoretical knowledge, children get involved in the activities and learn about the wonders of the universe through hands-on activities.
Day 1: Hubble Space Telescope-Celebrating 30 years On the very first day, children will learn about the very famous mission of placing the Hubble Space Telescope in space and also what went wrong with it.
Day 2: Know your sky-App based astronomy On the second day, children learn the importance of stars and constellations. They find out how to locate objects in the sky by learning to operate the software ‘Stellarium’. All the children will also practice a night sky exploring application on their own.
Day 3: Zodiac constellations-Along the path of sun On the third day, children learn more about this and the concept of Ecliptic and zodiac.
Day 4: Galaxy-City of stars In this session, children will get familiar with their home galaxy and learn about its major parts and also gain more knowledge about other galaxies by getting deeper into its types.
Day 5: Topography- Mapping the surface of celestial bodies Do you know how the 3D topography is converted into 2D maps with every small detail of a surface? On the last day of the online learning sessions, children understand this interesting topic of topography and how it has helped us in space science exploration.
The children get familiar with the concept of engineering, geography and gain insights about the ancient as well as new age astronomy.
Gain insights about space missions
Explore the night sky, zodiac, galaxies, constellations & more
Learn how to use night sky exploration app
Learn the correlation between topography & space science
Dates for Cosmic Jaunt 2021 will be announced in March 2021