Launching India's First Aero-Space Engineering workshop for young scientists - "Chandrayaan -2!"
Experience the interactive session with hands-on activity-based concept designed in an actively engaging manner to explore the Space, Centripetal and Centrifugal forces, Elliptical orbit, Geosynchronous Satellite Model and Rocket Launcher.
Give your child an out of the space experience with ScienceUtsav today! ScienceUtsav presents an interactive session to know more about Chandrayaan 2!
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 *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) consist of with 11 activities in it and 3 take away models.
1. Model of Satellite
2. Centripetal Force
Geosynchronous Satellite Model
This workshop will help your child to explore his/her capacity and gain new knowledge towards space and research.
Children will learn about satellite models, rocket launcher, science concepts used, not just by seeing but by building the projects on their own.
To add on, every child will take home the models of satellites and will be able to demonstrate the learning in school, science project or exhibitions.
So let our children explore the scientist in themselves.
Satellites models children will build, 1. Structure of Satellite 2. Geosynchronous Satellite 3. Centripetal force model 4. Rocket Launcher (not a take-home project)