Knowledge and communication is the most important aspects a person should have if they are going to survive in any society. It is same to the Astronomy community as well. We need a trained task force to guide astronomy in Sri Lanka to the right direction. To do that we hold lectures at our school on every Friday evenings for the members of our society. Recently we have extended this service to many brother and sister schools of ours. What is the use of the knowledge that is collected and stored, which is not shared?
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We started our 1st #100HoursOfAstronomy event just now. The Solar Observation Camp @NalandaCollege , Colombo, Sri Lanka. This includes solar observations with H-α personal solar telescope for 300 students who are in grade 5 to 13.
#100Hours #IAU #ncastronomy #lka #astronomy
Nalanda College Astronomical Society has organized a Solar Observation Camp in Nalanda College, Colombo, Western Province, Sri Lanka. This includes solar observations with H-α personal solar telescope for 300 students who are in grade 5 to 13.
#100HoursOfAstronomy #100Hours #IAU
Interview With Dr. Sarath Gunapala, The prominent Sri Lankan NASA scientist and Nalanda College alumnus about the newest research that he is involved at NASA,. https://t.co/aORWdHpvwQ via @YouTube #nasa #ncastronomy #AstroTalks #nalanda #lka
Congratulations to Sarath Gunapala !!! He is the recipient of the 2018 George W. Goddard Award. #nalandian #NASA