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Sri Lanka Planetarium

56 years of operations (1965 - 2021)

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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Get a notification when new Astronomy Courses start Sri Lanka Planetarium conducts Astronomy and Space Science courses free of charge. Currently there are no classes available.To join with these courses you need to send us an application when we are enrolling new students. Please register at the following link to get a notification when new enrollments start.http://bit.ly/AstroSriLanka ...

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International Day of PlanetariumsAstronomy is one of the oldest known sciences in the world. The reason would have been the wonder a sky full of stars created in the human mind, and the curiosity that ignited in his mind to comprehend what he saw. From the ancient times, the sky had served the mankind as a clock telling time, as a calendar to know the date, a compass used to find direction. Apart from all these, the sky had been immensely helpful to man to decide the appropriate time for sowing seeds ...

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Lunar Eclipse - 2021 May

ඊ-තැපැල මුද්‍රණය පී.ඩී.එෆ් (PDF)


Penumbral Lunar Eclipse

There will be a penumbral lunar eclipse can witnessing the Sri Lankan on May 26th 2021, where the Vesak Full Moon Poya day. During a lunar eclipse, the moon moves through the earth's shadow because our planet the Earth place directly between the Sun and the Moon. In a total lunar eclipse, the Moon and Sun are directly opposite sides of the Earth and the Moon is completely shrouded in the earth's shadow, whereas a partial lunar eclipse occurs when only a part of the moon moves into Earth’s shadow. In Colombo, Sri Lanka, the moon rises at 6:23 p.m. local time on May 26, and the penumbral eclipse ends at 7:19 p.m. local time.

The total lunar eclipse starts once the moon is completely inside the umbra. And the moment of greatest eclipse happens with the moon is halfway through the umbra, as shown in this graphic. (Image credit: NASA)

අවසන් යාවත්කාලීන කිරීම 2021 මැයි 26 වෙනි බදාදා, 08:13  

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ඉර බැසීම   18.21
සඳු උදාව   23.39
සඳු බැසීම   11.04
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