Monthly Archives: August 2016

Update: Kit design and prototypes

Astronomy with all senses is a traveling exhibition specially designs for people with physical disadvantages in order to let them know about astronomy and other space science to inspire them with the wonders of the universe. However, is also a wonderful material for being used with people who has normal abilities because let them know […]


The AstroBus-Ethiopia project is fairly well following the proposed timeline. For most of the time since February 2016, the group regularly held skype meetings and developed a system that helps organize the different activities. We used to manage our unstructured conversations among the group and google docs for documenting all structured tasks. As a […]


Through the generous support of the Office of Astronomy for Development (OAD), Astronomy for Literacy (AFL) is working to enhance literacy, numeracy and other foundational skills among struggling junior secondary school students in Sierra Leone. The AFL project has developed detailed, highly structured lesson plans that enable relatively low-skilled teachers with limited subject knowledge to […]


The Solving problems and cosmic exploration (S.P.A.C.E.) is a programme that aims to develop problem solving skills and stimulate creativity through various challenges that are presented within an astronomy context. The S.P.A.C.E. programme includes workshops, science shows, games, public busking etc. Please note that the programme is still on-going. Some of the highlights of the […]

Final report

We organized a Astronomy Activities for the Earthquake affected students in three different places Gorkha, Nuwakot and Kathmandu most earthquake affected district in Nepal. there was 8.2 magnitude earthquake last year 2015, and Hundreds of thousands of people their school going children were made homeless with entire villages flattened, across many districts of the country by the earthquake last […]