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Sahal Kaushik often spends his evenings with stars. Orion, Bootes, Taurus — the year-old takes his 15cm refractor telescope to the terrace of their building in Dwarka to spot many constellations. Sahal, who is home-schooled, was first drawn to astronomy when he read a book on the subject a few years ago. A visit to the Nehru Planetarium in New Delhi with his mother followed, and he was hooked to stargazing.
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Top 5 Astronomy Clubs In India – Space Yug

Astronomy in India has been practiced as a science in conjunction with astrology since the dawn of the first civilization. At one point of time, Indian Astrologers also doubled up as some of the finest astronomers of the world. The earliest treatises on Astronomy were published around BC by Indian astrologers. These institutions went on to serve as nurseries for the pioneers like Meghnand Saha, V. Amateur Astronomy has taken off in the last two decades with astronomy equipment becoming affordable and easily accessible. There are hundreds of astronomy clubs and associations across the country. The top five such societies in terms of outreach, infrastructure and mastery of the astronomical sciences are given below.

Top 5 Astronomy Clubs In India

Details of the different location where telescopes will be set up on the evening of the 12th of April are here. Here is an opportunity for you to quench your thirst of viewing planets and the Moon, through a telescope. The 12 th of April is celebrated worldwide, by amateur astronomers, as International Sidewalk Astronomy Day. Enthusiastic amateur astronomers set up their telescopes anywhere by the roadside and help passers by enjoy a view of celestial objects, through their telescopes. This sharing of the joys of skywatching, with passers by on the road, is being planned by amateur astronomers from many parts the country.
Jump to navigation. Delight to eyes: Delhi Amateur Astronomers Association showcases celestial photographs from 20 countries The highlight of the exhibition is the collection of photographs of heritage sites and monuments, such as the Jantar Mantar against the night sky. If Delhi's smoggy sky and bright lights don't let you have a fulfilling view of the night sky, let the stars guide you to the Nehru Planetarium at Teen Murti House. In collaboration with the Delhi Amateur Astronomers Association, the planetarium is showcasing a collection of celestial photographs by Indian and international photographers from 20 countries. Devgun's photo of Jantar Mantar shows the celestial movements in the night sky.
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