Jalandhar March 24 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- Chandrayaan Vipnet Club of Physics Department, Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar organized Night Sky Watch for the students to observe Jupiter, Venus and Moon with the help of high power telescope. Mrs. Saloni Sharma, Head of Physics Department gave introduction about the event. Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen welcomed the Resource Person Mr. Akashdeep Singh, Incharge of Night Sky Watch from Pushpa Gujral Science City with a planter.
Mr. Akashdeep Singh gave a Power Point Presentation on “Universe and Celestial Bodies” to aware the students about composition of our Solar System. He described about the creation of moon and tilting of the axis of the earth in a very remarkable manner. He explained about the formation of seasons as well as day and night on the surface of earth. He further discussed about different shapes of galaxies and explained that the galaxies are constantly moving away from each other. He told the students that Sun is about 149 million km away from Earth.
After the presentation section, Mr. Akashdeep Singh set high power telescope in the college lawn
After the presentation section, Mr. Akashdeep Singh set high power telescope in the college lawn. He focused on moon as well as planet Mars and Jupiter with high power telescopes. Respected Madam Principal along with faculty members of the college and students viewed the surface of moon and the Mars and Jupiter with the telescope. Students explored moon and planets patiently and everybody was seemed to be fascinated to see this magnificent spectacle.
On this event, faculty Mr. Sushil, Dr. Simmi Garg, Ms. Harpreet, Dr. Gagandeep and Dr. Jyoti Gogia were also present. Principal Prof. Dr.(Mrs.) Ajay Sareen applauded the Physics Department for organizing such an innovative event. After presentation, Mr. Akashdeep Singh set high power telescope in the college lawn. He focused on moon and planet Saturn with two telescopes. Faculty members of the college and students viewed the surface of moon and the Saturn with beautiful rings with the telescope.
On this event, Dr. Seema Marwaha, Head of Zoology Department and Ms. Simmi Garg from Physics Department were also present. Principal Prof. Dr.(Mrs.) Ajay Sareen applauded the Physics department for organizing such an innovative event.