Monday, January 20, 2020

The session to motivate the students towards field of astronomy, session was conducted for the students of astronomy club of class 9-11. This session was conducted by “Mr. Rahul Shishirant, an important member of Spark Astronomy Organization”. Various models were explained so that the students can relate science with astronomy. Different topics were distributed among the students for the research work and they were guided to regularly visit the astronomy lab. Regular visits of the different classes are also conducted to astronomy lab by our science faculty.  This branch of science is the real emergence and gathering the interest of the students to bring innovation to a different level.

Thursday, December 26, 2019

The New Moon on Thursday, December 26, 2019, at 4° Capricorn was an annular solar eclipse. The solar eclipse December 2019 astrology is very fortuitous because the Sun and Moon align with Jupiter, the planet of growth, abundance and good luck. Mount Abu Public School organised a session in which students of class 9-11 observed Lunar eclipse with full expertise on telescope of their own. Students participated with full enthusiasm and zeal and had great experience of observing the eclipse through telescope. “The sun projection is the best method to observation and measurement of the solar eclipse,” Overall the session was proved to be successful in gathering the interest of students towards sun projection and space science.

Saturday, October 12, 2019


DATE-4th- 10th October,2019
CONDUCTED BY- Astronomy Club of MAPS

"Space travel is life-enhancing, and anything that's life-enhancing is worth doing. It makes you want to live forever"- Ray Bradbury.

The space is full of mysteries. It has been intriguing us since always.
To unravel the mysteries of the space and to develop a zeal in the students for space exploration, a week long World Space Week was celebrated at Mount Abu Public School.
The week celebration was inaugurated on 4th October by India’s youngest astronomer Mr Aryan Mishra by motivational lecture given to students of class 9-11 .This was followed by Inter Class “Sun gazing competition” for class 10 in which the students had to focus Sun through telescope in minimum possible time.
Also students of Astronomy club researched, collaborated and put their minds together to conduct an amazing exhibition along with students work displayed at students corner .
During the Dussehra break, the celebration continued and survey of students knowledge about the  space  was conducted through questionnaire.Also students were asked to write  letter to the newspaper on the topic“Your vision for Space”
On 9th October, Class 5 students had Space Parade in which they came dressed up as various celestial bodies namely Planets, Satellites and Stars . Some also came in beautiful and interesting costumes of Aliens and Astronauts
They spoke about heavenly bodies and the challenges faced by an astronaut in space. They, in their beautiful costumes,  paraded the school ground while other students looked at them with awe and wonder. This was followed by the exhibition for  all the classes .
On 10th October, the panel discussion was conducted for class 11 students. The topic for the panel discussion was Multiverse and Dark matter. The panelist actively participated in the discussion and were delighted to share their knowledge about the topic. The participants worked with great enthusiasm .All the participants got a fair chance to discuss and discover about the excellent facts about the wide and interesting universe.
Since space celebration does not complete without gazing of stars, moon and planet therefore this event continued till late evening of 10th October with students gazing the celestial bodies with telescope in the specially designed Astronomy Lab of the school
In the evening students of astronomy club had a Skype session with “Dr.Henry Throop”, a scientist at the Planetary Science Institute, served as Science Team Collaborator and worked in New Horizons mission. He shared all his experience about  Pluto and success of New Horizon mission. He also shared astonishing pictures of his mission and Pluto. The icing on the cake was that the students had  an informative interactive session with this great personality.
The World Space Week celebration was a great success and enjoyed by all.

Friday, April 19, 2019

Session on Astronomy

The school conducted a session on astronomy on  11th April ,2019.  from 6 :00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This session was primarily for the students for class 9. Two students Arnim and Aditya of class 11 initiated the session by providing theoretical knowledge of astronomy and space science. The Youngest Indian Astronomer Mr. Aryan Mishra also motivated the students as well as teachers and gave tips  on  usage of telescope. Moon and stars were focussed by students viewed moon and stars through the  telescope. The session was very  interactive and students learnt lot many things  about Astronomy.

The session to motivate the students towards field of astronomy, session was conducted for the students of astronomy club of class 9-11...