The US Embassy is organizing a workshop on “Women in Science” with support from the Department of Science & Technology and Indo-U.S. Science & Technology Forum on September 12, 2011 at Constitution Club, New Delhi. The workshop will include discussion sessions, group exercises and a DVC with NASA Astronaut Sunita Williams in the evening.
The United States Embassy has invited us to nominate 5 female students to attend this workshop and interactive session. If you wish to attend this workshop write us at email@example.com with the following details
Name of College/School
Course that you are pursuing
Also send us one question you wish to ask Astronaut Williams
Note: This workshop is only meant for female students
We will inform successful candidates as soon as they are selected. The entries will be selected on the basis of first come first serve basis.
for any query please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be NO meeting of AAAD on Sunday i.e. August 14 as the Planetarium will be closed on that day for security reasons.. The next scheduled meeting/ Sunday noon @ Planee lecture is scheduled on August 21nd.. more info soon
Going west on the Badarpur-Mehrauli road in Delhi one always notices Qutub Minar exactly in front and has always wondered if he could photograph the large setting Sun behind this tall standing icon of Delhi. We are sure many of you must have wondered on which particular day does the Sun rise exactly behind the Amar Jawan Jyoti, as seen standing on the yellow painted road divider, far away from India Gate.
And then the photography lessons kick in, posing several queries, such as what focal length would be right, how much would be the relative sizes of the celestial object and the earthly object if one stands exactly one kilometer away.
It would really be ideal if we could have a picture of setting moon, exactly over the over the lightning conductor at Rashtrapati Bhawan AND preferably in morning twilight, illuminating Delhi’s Lutyen icon from the east, and not yet risen Sun.
Amateur Astronomers Association Delhi is starting a photography project – Celestial Alignments in Delhi.
As the monsoon moves south, bringing clear skies over Delhi, we have three special Sundays coming up when the setting or rising Sun will be aligned with Delhi’s roads and monuments.
Please be there next Sunday Noon @ the Planee to understand the logistics involved and enroll for the project. There will be a short presentation on the project.
Venue: Nehru Planetarium, New Delhi
Date: 7th August, 2011
Time: Noon, 12:00 Hrs