Chandrayaan-2 the Milestone event in the history of India’s Space Programme is carved into a workshop to get an activity-based experience of the complete journey to the Chandrayaan-2.
Beginning with the INTERACTIVE SESSION about space and the role of ISRO in the India’s Space Programme, the workshop takes you through the hands-on activities such as making a Satellite Model, building a Rocket Launcher and understanding and experimenting the Centripetal n Centrifugal forces, and how it helped the Chandrayaan to start its journey with a Geosynchronous Orbit. This is where the working model of the Geosynchronous Satellite Model will enter into the picture.
There is a small activity of Elliptical orbit to explain how Chandrayaan-2 was a cost-effective mission, and finally the video of Pragyan Rover to explain what we expected to study on the Lunar Surface.
'Hands-on activities' is a beauty of ScienceUtsav's workshop, so here in Chandrayaan 2 workshop kids will be learning basic science, used practically, with technology and engineering miracles, by making, exploring, and building take away models as a memory of the event.
The half-day workshop (4 hours) consists of 11 activities in it and 3 take-ups away models.
1. Model of Satellite
2. Centripetal Force
Geosynchronous Satellite Model
Age Group: 8 to 14 years old
Venue: Just Books Library 13th Main Rd, CQAL Layout, Sahakar Nagar, Bengaluru
Date : 19th Jan 2020 (Sunday) Timings : 2:30pm to 07:00pm (Break 4:30pm - 05:00pm)