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COSMOS is a research and education based organization, known for organizing Astronomy & STEM Programs all over India. As a Unit of "ASTRONOMY EDUCATION & RESEARCH ORGANIZATION", the mission of the COSMOS is to foster awareness of, and interest in, the field of astronomy.We partner with progressive schools across India and conduct workshops and camps on Astronomy


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H2O

70% of the Earth’s Surface is Covered in Water

We are looking forward to yet another successful festival this year and hope that you will be able to join us. Registration for Astronomy Festival 2018 started. REGISTER NOW!!

  • Registration Start Date: 11th May 201870%
  • Registration End Date: 15th August 201850%
  • Late Registration: 25th August 201840%
  • Program Date: 1st June 2018 - 7th Sept. 201820%

India’s Largest Astronomy Festival ASTRO-FEST ‘18 - An event to celebrate and explore the amazing world of astronomy Our Astronomy Workshop Program is a collection of a series of one day programmes which focus on teaching Space Science and Astronomy to students through practical hands-on experience.

The workshop aims at enriching the knowledge base of students and enhancing life skills .The students are involved in group activities which inculcate team work and leadership skills. They were quizzed based on critical thinking to inculcate logical reasoning skills.

Learn the Phases of Moon

 

Learn the Phases of the Moon with an Easy-to-Use Moon Phase Diagram.If you’re looking to increase your knowledge of the moon start with learning the phases of the moon. Anyone can learn the phases of the moon with this super easy-to-use moon phase diagram. The lunar cycle describes the 28-29 day period where the moon rotates around the Earth. During this time it goes through various phases that change depending on how much shadow the moon is casting on itself. A typical cycle goes from the full moon, to the half moon, the new moon, and back around to the full moon again. A lot of diagrams and calendars seem to start on the new moon phase, and that works just as well as starting on the full moon cycle. Ancient people used the lunar cycle and lunar calendar as their main method for keeping time. And they weren’t very far off of our calendar either! Our months are usually 28-31 days long, and the lunar month is 28. And the lunar year (12 lunar cycles) is only 10-11 days less than our solar calendar (365 days).

Missions to Mars


Mars has historically been unfriendly to Earth’s attempts to visit it. More missions have been attempted to Mars than to any other place in the Solar System except the Moon, and about half of the attempts have failed. Some of these failures occurred because Mars was the first planet Earth attempted to explore, and the early exploration attempts taught us many lessons that have made subsequent missions more successful. But many failures have occurred relatively recently, proving again and again that space exploration is very, very difficult. But since 1996, Mars exploration has undergone a Renaissance, with data from four orbiters and four landed missions developing a revolutionary new view of Mars as an Earth-like world with a complex geologic history.


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The moons of doom

Mars has 2 moons: Phobos and Deimos. The first one will one day destroy Mars and create a disc of matter that will last for another 100 milion years

 

Are you ready for Astronomy Festival 2018?

A festival for Astronomy Rangers for one of their educational and entertaining celebrations of natural darkness.


 

How To Participate


  • Register your School First.
  • Schools interested to participate in Cosmos Astronomy Festival 2018 may fill the Registration Form below & submit.
  • After Registration our representative will contact you & assist you with all your queries.
  • We accept applications from all types of schools.
  • The Registration forms are only for schools. COSMOS does not accept individual participation.
  • Students may register through their schools only.
  • Registration is FREE
  • Register now for Astronomy Festival 2018.
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