Pune : Unique Astronomical Exhibition “Eyes of Space” Begins at Yashwantrao Chavan Theatre Art Gallery

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A unique astronomical exhibition called “Eyes of Space” has begun on 24th August at Yashwantrao Chavan Theatre Art Gallery by Jyotirvidya Parisanstha. Speaking to Pune Pulse, Aniruddha Deshpande, Member of Jyotirvidya Parisanstha, Pune, said “We are very pleased to see that around 300 to 350 people had come on the first day of the exhibition. Children from various schools have visited the exhibition & experienced the greatness of space. This will continue for the rest of the time period of the exhibition i.e. till 27th August.”

As per information from a Volunteer of the exhibition, requesting anonymity, told that all the celestial observatories that we have located in space of which all the information is here. The entire exhibition hall is divided into an electromagnetic wavelength. The exhibition starts with the Gama Ray Section where all satellites capturing the Gama rays are explained. Then comes X-Ray observatories & all the telescopes related to that. Next is ultraviolent rays section & all the other amazing rays related to space are covered in this exhibition.

This exhibition will give information on how these space observatories work, how they try to solve the puzzle of the universe by taking observations through these observatories. Exhibition consists of models of space telescopes from each wavelength, posters giving information on the same as well as animation videos.

The fees for this exhibition are Rs 10/- for students up to 10th Standard & Rs 20/- for everyone beyond that. To register, interested can find a QR code on the poster, which leads to a Google form from where people can select slots & payment can be done online or on site or can use the registration link – https://forms.gle/YEaRa2zenAG2GgV57

Hence, everyone is cordially invited to this wonderful exhibition which is from 24th August to 27th August from 10 am to 8 pm at Yashwantrao Chavan Theatre Art Gallery.

Shreyas Vange