Monthly Archives: September 2020

CO-DIY 20 Mailbox

Target location: Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia Target audience: 9-12 years old primary school children Since the outbreak of COVID-19, children have been spending a lot of time online – virtual classes, online homework or even online birthday parties. The project aims to help them reconnect with the physical world by mailing a […]

Astwonomi Lakay Vodcasting

Target location: Haiti Target audience: Astronomy enthusiasts and their family members The project aims to release weekly astronomy presentations (audio, video) aimed at families and enthusiasts while they are confined at home. It’s an ongoing project with some episodes already released and the plan is to release an episode each week.

Astronomy in a Shoebox

Target location: Canada Target audience: Low income families, patrons dependent on the local Food banks. Often people who depend on Food banks do not have access to the online programming that schools are moving towards since COVID has shut down any in-person learning. With minimal access to technology it poses a disadvantage to youth that […]

Astronomy from Archival Data

Target location: India and all over the world Target audience: Undergraduate, Post Graduate Students, College/University Teachers with a Physics/Maths/Astronomy background. In principle, astronomy enthusiasts with a science background. The project will train students to use the high-quality astronomy data from various facilities. Participants will be shown step-by-step techniques of accessing and analysing astronomy data from […]

Astronomy for All

Target location: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka Target audience: Our primary target audiences are teachers and students from South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation (SAARC). The project will continue our outreach efforts and keep it more engaging through different online webinars, training/workshop, interaction, classes, etc. The target audience is […]