Universe Around Us

Students will get to know about the different types of celestial bodies around us seen in the sky like sun, moon, planets, stars, galaxies etc. They will understand the vastness of this universe and will appreciate the beauty of it. Students will explore our own family of planets and moons. They shall understand the planets in detail, their colors, size, features, etc. They will be going on a beautiful journey where they will explore the amazing universe around us with a lot of fun demonstrations and activities.
Universe Around Us

Earth: Our Only Home

Overview of the Session: Knowing about our home planet is equally important. Questions like why only Earth has life? Rotation and Revolution of Earth, its features and how different is Earth from other planets. Students shall perform various offline and online activities to comprehend the concepts.

Rockets in Space

Rocket science seems to be complicated. Students realize that it is easy when they built their rockets and launch them using fuel. They turn into space scientists and learn about laws that govern motion, to understand better the workings of a rocket and its parts.
Rockets in Space

Sun and its Features

Sun is the only star that is there in our solar system. In this session, students will explore the essential features of the sun, how far it is from Earth, and why it is so different from other stars at night. Students will be able to appreciate the importance of the sun in our lives and will be amazed to learn about the useful methods by which they can safely observe the sun at home.
Sun and its Features

Figures in the Night Sky

Whenever we go out and observe our clear night sky, we often see that if we join stars with each other, they often led to an imaginary object. Students in this session will learn about these different patterns and their names. They will also be learning about the mythological importance of some of these patterns in the form of stories. Students will be able to recognize some famous constellations in the sky.
Figures in the Night Sky

Satellites: Earth's Companions


Satellites have changed the way we live on this Earth. It has changed the way we communicate, weather forecasting, the internet, television, etc. In this session, students will learn about the different types of satellites, their working, and how they have made our lives easier. Students will understand the difference between man-made and natural satellites. Students are equipped to make a model of a satellite.
Satellites: Earth's Companions

A for Astronaut

Students often get fascinated when we talk about astronauts! Astronauts are space heroes, and it is not at all easy to be one. The way an astronaut undergoes extensive training to be perfectly fit to be able to survive in space. Being an astronaut is considered one of the toughest jobs in the world. In this session, we will be explaining students about the fascinating world of astronauts and how they can also become one of them.

Moon: Let's Solve its Mystery

Moon is everyone's companion in the night sky. Irrespective of age, people have seen the moon and have their own stories about the moon. This session will introduce the phases of the moon to them and the reason behind their occurrences. Students will also understand what makes up the moon and learn about its features and its history. Its a session with exciting and fulfilled activities.

Our Home in Space

In this session, students will learn about the difference in condition between Earth and Space, and why do we need a home in space. They would be learning about various space stations build by different countries. Students are introduced to the International Space Station (ISS) in details as a home for astronauts in space. Students will get an idea about how astronauts conduct their daily activities and experiments on the ISS.
Home in Space

Curiosity: A Lab on Mars

Rovers are the next generation explorers for mankind since it’s not always possible for humans to go everywhere. Curiosity is one such name that has changed the way we understand Mars. Students shall understand importance of missions sent to Mars and what has curiosity done for us.
A Lab on Mars


Meet Your Instructor(s)


Yogesh Kr. Joshi

A born sky gazer with a knack for capturing celestial beauties. Spreading astronomy and space virus from past 3 years and counting. I love eating as much as travelling for the dark skies to unravel the mysteries of the universe. My motto, "Don't believe until you see it".