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Sri Lanka Plenaterium

55 years of operations (1965 - 2020)

Sri Lanka Planetarium

Universal Projector | Night Sky Passage

Annular Solar Eclipse - Dec 2019

Annular solar eclipse observation camp organized in Mullaitivu

Water Rocket Competition

Water rocket competiotion for AstroIT students

Water Rocket Competition

Godagama Subharathi Mahamathya Maha Vidyalaya

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Comet NEOWISE   Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) was discovered on March 27, 2020, by NEOWISE, the Near Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, which is a space telescope launched by NASA in 2009. Comet NEOWISE was closest to the sun on July 3, 2020, passing at about 26.7 million miles (43 million km) from the sun, or a bit closer than the average distance from the sun to Mercury. Comets are icy bodies, but when they come closer to the Sun, ice on the surface evaporates and is blown ...

වැඩිදුර කියවීමට…
NOTICE!   Sri Lanka Planetarium shows which were temporarily suspended due to the outbreak of COVID 19 will resume from 07-07-2020. All shows will be conducted in accordance with the health guidelines and government rules and regulations. Please note that only a limited number of visitors will be allowed for planetarium shows to maintain social distancing. To avoid any inconveniences, please call our office for information before you arrive. 0112 586 499(Office Hours: Tuesday to Sund...

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Partial Solar Eclipse 21 June 2020   Jaffna Duration 3 hours, 5 minutes, 46 seconds Partial eclipse begins Jun 21 at 10:24:44 am Maximum coverage of the Sun 23.93% Maximum coverage at Jun 21 at 11:54:44 am Partial eclipse ends Jun 21 at 1:30:58 pm Anuradhapura Duration 2 hours, 58 minutes, 21 seconds Partial eclipse begins Jun 21 at 10:28:52 am Maximum coverage of the Sun 19.90% Maximum coverage at Jun 21 at 1...

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මුල් පිටුවඅපගේ ග්‍රහලෝකාගාරයබාගතකිරීම්මාර්ගගත සංවාද කවුළුවවිම්සීම්පිටු පෙළගැස්ම