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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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Mars 2020/Perseverance NASA and other space agencies (such as ESA) have been exploring Mars and gathering data for few decades now. According to this data Mars was once very different from the cold, dry planet it is today. Landers and orbiters have gathered evidence pointing to wet conditions billions of years ago. Scientist believe that these environmental conditions have lasted long enough to potentially support the development of microbial life. NASA’s “Mars 2020/Perseverance” r...

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Celestial Events in 2021 - Astronomy Calendar Date Event Description January 2, 3 Quadrantids Meteor Shower The Quadrantids is an above average shower, with up to 40 meteors per hour at its peak. It is thought to be produced by dust grains left behind by an extinct comet known as 2003 EH1. The shower runs annually from January 1-5. It peaks this year on the night of the 2nd and morning of the 3rd. Meteors will radiate from the constellation Bootes...

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The Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn A conjunction happens when planets appear incredibly close to one another in the sky because they line up with Earth in their respective orbits. (Image Courtesy: space.com)When Jupiter and Saturn converge on Dec. 21 they will be the closest they've been to one another in the night sky since 1226 A.D. During the event, both planets will sit just 0.1 degrees apart, or a mere one-fifth the width of the Moon. In fact, Jupiter and Saturn will be so clos...

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Natural Phenomena and Space Events


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