A summary of the program.
The cosmos is a vibrant and a lively place! And majesty and magnificence of the cosmos is more intensely felt during celestial spectacles. July 27th – 28th, 2018 happens to be a rare moment in our lifetime to witness the longest lunar eclipse in the century. And even more special: it is a Total Lunar Eclipse, allowing us to get a stunning view of the Blood Moon!
This event is organised by Mango Astronomy Club, where the members (kids), would be taking us into a journey of understanding the eclipse, and would be engaging with the people who will be joining us for the event.
- Penumbral Eclipse Begins: 22:44 PM, 27th July
- Partial Eclipse Begins: 23.54 PM, 27th July
- Total Eclipse Begins: 01.00 AM, 28th July
- Maximum Eclipse: 01.51 AM, 28th July
- Total Eclipse Ends: 02.43 AM, 28th July
- Partial Eclipse ends: 03.49 AM, 28th July
- Penumbral Eclipse ends: 04.58 AM, 28th July
All science enthusiasts, kids and their parents can be part of the event. But prior registration is mandatory. Snacks can be purchased and tokens for snacks will be available.
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Astronomy is a humbling and a character building experience
– Carl Sagan
Explore the photographs from our previous sessions.