Astronomy For The Beginners

Look Up At The Stars

This is a challenging time for families. The coronavirus pandemic has cut off or restricted many entertainment options. Schools in our country are struggling to provide a meaningful online experience.

As a space research organization Vratino Technologies and Vratino Space Research Council, we believe a great way for families to full fill the void and have a meaningful science experience at the time of COVID-19 is to turn their attention to the stars, planets and other celestial object they can see right outside their homes in the night sky. The night sky is, and always has been, safe and free.

Reason To Participate In This Program:

Look Up At The Stars program, is closely related to science.
Look Up At The Stars program, topics can become good introductions for Science.
Look Up At The Stars Program, resources for students will help satisfy some curiosity, whether in the classroom or at home.
Look Up At The Stars program, gets kids outside.
Look Up At The Stars program, is a fun and attracts young people to the sciences.
Look Up At The Stars program, unlike other sciences, can become a hobby.
Look Up At The Stars program, intersects with classical literature.
Look Up At The Stars program intersects with mathematics.

Program Goals:

The student will be able to answer the following:

1. Show improvement in critical and quantitative thinking by using the scientific
method to fact and theory in classroom learning, activities, some quantitative
and mathematical, and assignments.
2. Explain theories of the evolution of the universe.
3. Describe the nature of stars and its energy.
4. Describe the characteristics of galaxies.
5. Indicate major technical developments, assisting greater understanding of the universe.
6. Talk about the probabilities of presence of life elsewhere in the universe.
7. Identify specific aspects of the sky and record sky phenomena, using the naked eye or binoculars.
8. Analyze and describe the sky more closely in at least one telescope viewing experience.
9. Etc.

Our additional goals are as follows:

When you have completed the course, we hope there are changes in

1.Your understanding of what science is, and your understanding of how science works.
2. Your understanding of the universe and how it works
3. Your understanding of WHAT and HOW astronomers know about the universe
4. Your understanding about a clear night sky
5. Your understanding and appreciation of newspaper and magazine articles on astronomy
6. Your consciousness of some of the present day problems facing by the astronomers.

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