World Space Week
International Observe the Moon Night
Zero shadow day
A global event that celebrates the contributions of space science and technology to humanity. It promotes space education and encourages public interest and participation in space-related activities.
An annual event where people around the world come together to observe and appreciate Earth's moon. It encourages public engagement in lunar science and exploration.
Zero shadow day is a phenomenon when the Sun is directly overhead, resulting in the absence of a shadow. It occurs near the equator during the equinoxes.
witnesses solar and lunar eclipses at different times throughout the year. These celestial events often draw attention and spark public interest in astronomy. Many astronomy enthusiasts, observatories, and organizations organize eclipse observations, where people can safely observe and learn about these phenomena.
ISRO organizes special tours for school students, providing them with a unique opportunity to explore the fascinating world of space research.
During these tours, students can visit the ISRO gallery, which showcases various exhibits highlighting the achievements and milestones of the Indian space program
Aim to ignite curiosity and inspire young minds to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Students can experience firsthand the incredible advancements in space technology through guided tours of ISRO facilities during school visits.