On May 29, 1919, British astronomers Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington and Frank Watson Dyson, each led a team on an expedition, one to the West African island of Principe, and another to the Brazilian town of Sobral. They chose a particular group of bright stars called Hyades Cluster, part of Taurus Constellation.
Events & Activities
- Speaker in the talk series KOSMORENA 2020, organised by KCT for international space week
- Speaker, at ‘Manram’ – a forum for experts communicating their knowledge in Tamil, on the topic Story of Gravity in Tamil in May 2019
- Resource person in ‘Fulcrum 2018’ a one day education forum organized by Bhumi in Jan 2018 at IIT Madras Research Park
- Special Guest on Rainbow FM talking on importance of Scientific Literacy in the Society on September 2017