The Milky Way as You’ve Never Seen It Before

Fly through the galaxy with American Museum of Natural History made possible by recently released data from the Gaia space telescope. In April 2018, the European Space Agency’s Gaia observatory released its second data catalog, which includes the distances to over 1.3 billion stars. Faherty breaks down why this information is so revolutionary, and explains how this information is helping scientists and non-scientists alike understand the universe like never before.

https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/LOJ1XmbSKhM

Super Blue Blood Moon and Lunar Eclipse

Don’t miss the Lunar Eclipse tonight. It is special. It is a Super Blue Blood Moon and Lunar Eclipse. All three events in one. In Surat you can see it from 6:20 pm onwards.

 

Participants List for Astronomy Camp on 20th January 2018

6th batch participants list (Classes- 7-DPS Surat) for Astronomy Camp on  20th January 2018 to be held at DPS Tapi Campus.

S.No. Admission No. Student Name Class & Sec
1 D-0314-14 DISHA HARISH SARDA VII-G
2 N-1222-09 ISHITA ARUN TOKARAWAT VII-H
3 G-0279-17 JAYAANSHI JAIN VII-H
4 M-0509-08 RIDDHI DEVANG PATEL VII-F
5 N-1229-09 MAHI SANJAY DOKANIA VII-B
6 N-1199-09 PARI BHAVIN BHATT VII-G
7 N-1231-09 PRISHA PRAVEEN BHATT VII-H
8 M-0570-08 SUHANI RAMAN KOKRA VII-H
9 M-0500-08 ANUSHA AGARWAL VII-F
10 A-0289-11 JIYA MANISH AGRAWAL VII-F
11 N-1282-09 PEHEL KAMAL ARORA VII-F
12 F-0270-16 RIVVA MAYUR CHAHWALA VII-G
13 N-1198-09 SANNA MOHIT SAHNI VII-G
14 N-1232-09 SACHI AMIT GOYAL VII-H
15 G-0270-17 MEESHA AMIT GUPTA VII-H
16 N-1213-09 PRIYA AMIT JAIN VII-H
17 N-1205-09 DIYA YAGNESH SHAH VII-G
18 N-1300-09 KAVYA JIGAR DOSHI VII-H
19 N-1223-09 KRISHA AMISH BHAVSAR VII-G
20 G-0278-17 NEEVA JIGNESH PATEL VII-G
21 N-1265-09 CHAHAT NIKUNJ GUPTA VII-F
22 N-1307-09 VANDITA KHETAN VII-A
23 M-0611-08 MUSKAN DINESH KUMAR GANGWANI VII-F
24 A-0287-11 PRISHA MIHIR SHUKLA VII-G
25 M-0532-08 SIMRAN PRASHANT CHANDAK VII-G
26 F-0264-16 DIYA HITESH SHAH VII-H
27 N-1200-09 HEER PREMAL VANKAWALA VII-F
28 N-1315-09 DHRITI SUPRABHAT CHATTERJEE VII-G
29 N-1303-09 AAISHA USMAAN CHINIWALA VII-H
30 M-0605-08 KAAVYA MANISH PARMAR VII-H

Astronomy camp held on 19th January 2018 : Glimpses

 

 

Participants List for Astronomy Camp on 19th January 2018

5th batch participants list (Classes- 7-DPS Surat) for Astronomy Camp on  19th January 2018 to be held at DPS Tapi Campus.

S. NO Admission No. Student Name Class & Sec
1 M-0632-08 ISHIKA NEERAJ BAJAJ VII-A
2 M-0531-08 KANISHKA PRAVEEN AGARWAL VII-B
3 M-0599-08 NITYA OMPRAKASH AGARWAL VII-D
4 N-1267-09 YUVIKA SANDEEP KEJRIWAL VII-D
5 M-0488-08 DVIJA HEMANT BHADANI VII-E
6 N-1317-09 MEHEK RAVI GAGLANI VII-C
7 N-1285-09 KRISHA CHINTAN SHAH VII-D
8 N-1269-09 MIILII SAMIR THAKKAR VII-D
9 M-0614-08 AARYA VIDANI VII-G
10 M-0539-08 NAYSSA TEJAAS KAPADIA VII-B
11 N-1330-09 KALISTA RAHUL GANDHI VII-A
12 M-0634-08 KRISHNA KINTAV MEHTA VII-A
13 F-0269-16 MANASVI AMIT ARORA VII-A
14 G-0259-17 AISH GIRISH NARANG VII-D
15 N-1320-09 AISHWARYA SANDEEP MONGA VII-D
16 C-0297-13 ANISHKA ABHISEKH PARAKH VII-E
17 P-0222-10 KASHISH AJAY JHUNJHUNWALA VII-B
18 M-0578-08 AARYA KEYUR DOSHI VII-B
19 M-0573-08 JUANA RAHUL OSWAL VII-B
20 M-0596-08 MAAHI PANKAJ SURANA VII-B
21 N-1328-09 PRASHASTI PRASHANT JAIN VII-D
22 N-1240-09 TISHA KAUSHAL BHAVSAR VII-D
23 N-1217-09 HEER APURVA MEHTA VII-E
24 N-1280-09 PARISHI SANJEEV BHATIA VII-E
25 M-0560-08 AANVI ALOK DUGAR VII-B
26 M-0613-08 EKTA ANIL KANKARIA VII-E
27 M-0559-08 NAVYA RAJIV CHUGH VII-A
28 M-0564-08 KRISHNA JAGDISH THAKKAR VII-E
29 N-1312-09 ANUSHKA PRADEEPSINGH GAUR VII-D
30 A-0290-11 AASHNA ANKUR MARFATIA VII-D

Astronomy camp held on 16th-17th January 2018 : Glimpses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Participants List for Astronomy Camp on 17th January 2018

4th batch participants list (Classes- 7-DPS Surat) for Astronomy Camp on  17th January 2018 to be held at DPS Tapi Campus.

1 A-0286-11 VII-E VEDANT DEEPAK MITTAL
2 M-0487-08 VII-E VIDIT ALPESH PATEL
3 B-0212-12 VII-E VIVAAN JAYDEEP SHAH
4 M-0530-08 VII-F ARHAM VINIT CHORARIA
5 P-0225-10 VII-F ARPIT ALPESH PATEL
6 F-0271-16 VII-F DAKSH BHUPATBHAI VITTHANI
7 M-0506-08 VII-F DIVYAH LOKESH MEHTA
8 M-0621-08 VII-F DRISH SANTLAL CHUGH
9 N-1326-09 VII-F KAAVYA JITENDRA GOENKA
10 D-0312-14 VII-F MAAHIR NIRAV CHAHWALA
11 N-1258-09 VII-F PREET SINGH RAJPUROHIT
12 M-0562-08 VII-F VISHESH LOKESH KHADARIA
13 N-1322-09 VII-F YASH DEEPAK KHERAJANI
14 G-0261-17 VII-G ANMOL PRAKASH MODI
15 M-0518-08 VII-G DAKSH MOHAN ARORA
16 N-1277-09 VII-G HARMAN KAUSHAL DESAI
17 G-0276-17 VII-G KABEER BAJAJ
18 P-0219-10 VII-G SAHARSH RAJESH TULI
19 M-0618-08 VII-G SHASHWAT VENU MAHESHWARI
20 G-0272-17 VII-G SHIVANSH KAUSHIKBHAI PATEL
21 M-0581-08 VII-G TAHER NAZIR VALI
22 N-1313-09 VII-G VEDANT VINEET AGARWAL
23 M-0579-08 VII-H MONIL ASHISH KUMAR PATEL
24 G-0262-17 VII-H SHAURYA CHUGH
25 N-1189-09 VII-H ZAMEER IBRAHIM BADAT

Participants List for Astronomy Camp on 16th January 2018

3rd batch participants list (Classes- 7-DPS Surat) for Astronomy Camp on  16th January 2018 to be held at DPS Tapi Campus.

S.R NO Admission No. Class & Sec Student Name
1 N-1186-09 VII-A DHRUVIL HEMALBHAI GANDHI
2 M-0517-08 VII-A VANSH SUNIL ALIMCHANDANI
3 M-0491-08 VII-A ZAID WASEEM SIDDIQUI
4 N-1270-09 VII-B BUNPREETSINGH HARPREETSINGH OBEROI
5 N-1290-09 VII-B DHRUV DEVESH SARAF
6 B-0208-12 VII-B JISHNU JIGNESH DESAI
7 M-0524-08 VII-B KRISHNAV ANAND AGARWAL
8 M-0619-08 VII-B RUSHIKESH NITESH KHAWANI
9 M-0631-08 VII-B TANISHQUE VIKRAM JAIN
10 N-1224-09 VII-B VEDANT PANKAJ AGARWAL
11 D-0311-14 VII-C AADITYA YOGESH SHAH
12 E-0363-15 VII-C ABHINEET ANUPAM KATAKWAR
13 M-0590-08 VII-C HARDIK ARVIND KOKRA
14 M-0601-08 VII-C JASH ALOK MEHTA
15 N-1304-09 VII-C KUSHAN BHARATBHAI TALREJA
16 M-0526-08 VII-C SAKSHAM SURKSHIT SARDA
17 M-0499-08 VII-C SRIKAR UMANATH MOLAHALLI
18 B-0213-12 VII-C VANSH SAMEER JARIWALA
19 M-0580-08 VII-C VINAYAK VIKAS JALAN
20 M-0544-08 VII-D DANIEL MURTUZA LOKHANDWALA
21 M-0566-08 VII-D S. AARYAMAN KOMPELLA
22 M-0527-08 VII-E DEV DILIP GOPLANI
23 N-1251-09 VII-E DIVYAM AMIT TULSIAN
24 N-1220-09 VII-E HARSHIL RISHI MATHUR
25 B-0206-12 VII-E KRISHNA PAWAN BHARADIA
26 F-0273-16 VII-E MEET ANIL GOPLANI
27 M-0508-08 VII-E SAUMYA DIPESH PAREKH
28 M-0628-08 VII-E SHREYANSH ANIL AGGARWAL
29 N-1246-09 VII-E VANSH AJAY KEJRIWAL

 

 

What’s Up for January 2018

A night of learning… on 23rd December

The first thing I would want to say about the camp is that I enjoyed it immensely. This is an honest review; I am not giving it for the sake of it. It was a great experience for my friends and me.

We learnt about so many new things, how the universe formed, how a star forms and turns into a supernova, how a supernova, in turn, leads to the formation of planets. Everything was so interesting, I got lost in a new world of curiosity. The stars, the different constellations, the galaxies, black holes and the moon were mystical. We observed the moon and the Andromeda Galaxy through the telescope. We also observed different constellations like Andromeda, Orion, Perseus, Auriga-the Charioteer and many more. We also saw so many star clusters through binoculars. We learnt about the different types of telescopes and binoculars. We learnt about how vast the universe is and how small and insignificant the human race is. Suddenly my world that entirely revolved around me seemed very small. We learnt the true reasons for some commonly believed myths. The night sky was filled with stars and galaxies which appeared as distant specks of faint light. We were told that despite the large amount of stars that we saw that night, many of them were not visible due to a phenomenon called light pollution. I was fascinated by the by the beauty of the nature out there and realised how we have been polluting it.

Overall, it was a great experience and it definitely got me interested in astronomy. I thank Principal Sir and Principal Ma’am from the bottom of my heart for providing me with such a great opportunity to learn so many new things that I would not even have imagined of. I would, for sure attend the Astronomy Camp if it is held next year. This experience changed my perspective towards astronomy and has interested me in the field.

Shreya Sutaria
Class-8-A
Delhi Public School Tapi

The best camp I have ever been to…

I attended the Astronomy camp held on 22nd December at our school.  It was the best camp I ever had been to. When we reached the school, first we kept our luggage in our room. Then we went for our snacks, it was tasty. Then we went up to the terrace. We were divided into groups. The names were given after the planets. I was in Saturn. Then we saw many stars and constellations. Our respected sir, Mr. G. R. Sivakumar explained to us about the Big Bang theory, about the Supernova, about the Nebula and Planets and Galaxies. We identified many stars and we also saw Andromeda galaxy through the telescope. Sir also explained us about the mythological stories behind the stars and the constellations. Then we used binoculars, telescope and I-Pad to see the stars and also the Orion Nebula. Then around 4’o clock in the morning we saw Mars and Jupiter. It was the best camp I had ever experienced in my life. I wish next year also I will get such a good chance to gaze at the stars.

Ansh Bargale 
Class VII A
Delhi Public School Tapi

Astronomy camp held on 23rd December 2017 : Glimpses

 

 

Participants List for Astronomy Camp on 23rd December 2017

2nd batch participants list (Classes- 7 & 8-DPS Tapi) for Astronomy Camp on 23rd December 2017 to be held at DPS Tapi Campus.

SR NO ADMISSION NO STUDENT NAME CLASS / SEC
1 E-0057-15 AINEEKHATUN SHAKILAHMED PANCHBHAIYA VII-A
2 N-0003-09 GARIMA VIRAL MARFATIA VII-A
3 P-0036-10 KOMAL MANMOHAN AGARWAL VII-A
4 N-0014-09 MAHI SINGH VII-A
5 G-0035-17 ARCHIE SINHA VII-B
6 F-0029-16 ASMITA MAJUMDAR VII-B
7 E-0059-15 DHRUVI AKASH SHAH VII-B
8 P-0032-10 KASHISH RAKESH NICHANI VII-B
9 F-0028-16 KHUSHI SANJIVKUMAR KUMAR VII-B
10 B-0037-12 MALAVIKA SANTOSHKUMAR NAIR VII-B
11 N-0013-09 N. ADITI VII-B
12 F-0030-16 NANDINI GUPTA VII-B
13 C-0034-12 ANUSHKA SAXENA VIII-A
14 H-0016-17 SHREYA VIJAY SUTARIA VIII-A
15 P-0014-09 CHARU BASANT BAJAJ VIII-B
16 D-0024-11 EVA HANIF NATHANI X-A

 

Astronomy camp held on 22nd December 2017 : Glimpses

 

 

 

 

 

Participants List for Astronomy Camp on 22nd December 2017

1st Batch participants list (Classes- 7 & 8-DPS Tapi) for Astronomy Camp on 22nd December 2017 to be held at DPS Tapi Campus.

SR NO ADMISSION NO STUDENT NAME CLASS / SEC
1 N-0030-09 AAMIR MOHAMMED AFROZ BACHAW VII-A
2 G-0034-17 AAYUSH ANAND VII-A
3 E-0055-15 ADITYA KUMAR VII-A
4 A-0041-11 ANSH BARGALE VII-A
5 N-0018-09 DARSHAN KANTI BARADIA VII-A
6 N-0012-09 DINESH NARESH KUNGWANI VII-A
7 G-0031-17 FAHIM FAISAL RAJWANI VII-A
8 N-0020-09 KRISH VASUDEV LONGWANI VII-A
9 N-0004-09 SADDIQUEALI HASAN BALSANIA VII-A
10 E-0052-15 SAIYAM BHUPENDRA SHAH VII-A
11 B-0045-12 SHARVESH.R VII-A
12 N-0023-09 YUG PRAGNESH THESIA VII-A
13 P-0031-10 AADIT KARTIK JOSHINA VII-B
14 N-0029-09 ADITYA VIVEK WADHOKAR VII-B
15 B-0044-12 AMAN SURESH YADAV VII-B
16 P-0037-10 ARINDAM KALLOL MALLICK VII-B
17 C-0044-13 DHAIRYA BHAVESHKUMAR SONI VII-B
18 N-0021-09 DHIRAJ KAILASH LALWANI VII-B
19 N-0022-09 DHRUV RAJESH BARNWAL VII-B
20 G-0033-17 HEET MORADIYA VII-B
21 C-0048-13 JAY RAMCHANDRA AHUJA VII-B
22 E-0058-15 KRISH NEERAJ KUMAR VII-B
23 C-0042-13 MUHAMMED MERAJ MOTIWALA VII-B
24 N-0017-09 NISHANT LAXMAN TAHILIANI VII-B
25 N-0028-09 RUDRA ASHISH GANDHI VII-B
26 G-0030-17 SHASHANK KUMAR JHA VII-B
27 D-0036-14 TAQUEE ALAM VII-B
28 H-0014-17 KARTIK ASHOKKUMAR TAVETHIA VIII-A
29 P-0003-09 SHUBHAM SHASHANK SUKHTHANKAR VIII-A
30 D-0032-13 JANAK SANJAYBHAI MEHTA VIII-B
31 A-0032-10 JAYNIL VIPINSINH PARMAR VIII-B
32 A-0034-10 NIJAL CHANDRAKANT PANSURIA VIII-B
33 E-0050-14 PARTH PRASHANT BHAMBURKAR VIII-B
34 A-0029-10 UMANG SUJIT SHARMA VIII-B

FAST: The World’s Largest Radio Telescope

In September 2016, China unveiled the world’s largest telescope – an instrument engineered so finely it is 3 times more sensitive than Arecibo and may help in the international search for understanding more on the origin of the universe and the Big Bang. Sadly, since filming this video, FAST’s chief engineer and scientist, Professor Nan Rendong lost his fight with cancer. Not only was Professor Nan a talented and well-respected scientist who dedicated over 20 years to the FAST project, but we found him to be a kind, intelligent and dedicated man who took the time to explain his work and the importance of it to us. The Five-Hundred-Metre Aperture Spherical Telescope, known as FAST had been constructed over five years in a remote area of Guizhou province, south central China. It was built in a 45 million year old crater, unlikely to be affected by flooding and far from human interference. The 500m dish surpasses Arecibo radio telescope, built in Puerto Rico in 1963, as the world’s largest and is three times more sensitive in detecting radio waves thousands of light years away. FAST consists of 4450 individual panels and Chinese project engineers had to design a cable net of ten thousand cables to manipulate it to detect signals. FAST’s focus cabin is also unique thanks to a directional tracking system. A key mission for the telescope will be detecting pulsars, the matter that remains when a star eight times the size of the sun explodes. These pulsars rotate thousands of times per second and are the universe’s most accurate clock. Experience the construction and meet the creators of FAST: The World’s Largest Telescope.

What’s Up for December 2017

What’s Up for December?  The Night Sky from NASA JPL. The best meteor shower of the year and brightest stars! See where and when to look.

Five Years of Curiosity on Mars

Nearly five years after its celebrated arrival at Mars, the Curiosity rover continues to reveal Mars as a once-habitable planet. Early in the planet’s history, generations of streams and lakes created the landforms that Curiosity explores today. The rover currently is climbing through the foothills of Mount Sharp, a 3-mile-high mountain formed from sediment brought in by water and wind. This talk will cover the latest findings from the mission, the challenges of exploration with an aging robot, and what lies ahead.

Speakers:
James K. Erickson, Mars Science Laboratory Project Manager, JPL
Ashwin R. Vasavada, Mars Science Laboratory Project Scientist, JPL

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Streamed live on 13 Jul 2017

Interstellar Flight – Documentary

Cosmic Journeys explores the challenges of interstellar flight and the technological possibilities that may one day send us on a long voyage out into the galaxy. What imperatives will define the mission when it launches and finally arrives: exploration and science, or a struggle for survival?

What’s Up for November 2017

Catch planet pairs and watch the moon pass stellar superstars! See Jupiter and Venus at dawn, the Moon shine near star clusters, and meteor activity all month long.

A Journey to Alpha Centauri – Christian Marois (SETI Talks 2017)

he Alpha Centauri star system is ideal to search for habitable planets by various observing techniques due to its proximity and wide range of stellar masses. Following the recent discovery of an Earth-size planet candidate located inside the Proxima Centauri habitable zone, Dr. Marois will discuss this remarkable discovery and the planet’s potential to find life. He will also present our current instrument project for the Gemini South observatory, TIKI, to discover similar planets around the two Sun-like pair located 15,000 AU from Proxima Centauri. The Alpha Centauri system is the prime target of the Breakthrough Starshot program, a project to send small quarter-size probes to take resolve images of these new worlds, and to prepare for Humanity’s first step into a new star system.

Dr Marois completed his Ph.D. at the Université de Montréal in 2004. The main topic of his thesis work was to understand the limits in exoplanet imaging and to design innovating observing strategies. After his thesis, he did postdoctoral researches at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Univ. of California Berkeley and NRC. In 2008, while at NRC, he led the team that took the first image of another planetary system (HR 8799) using the Keck and Gemini telescopes. He is currently pursuing his research at the NRC Herzberg where he is part of the Gemini Planet Imager campaign, and leading the development of instruments for imaging Earth-like planets at Gemini South and at the TMT.

What’s Up for May 2017

This month, Jupiter is well placed for easy evening viewing, Saturn rises before midnight, and the moon dances with Venus, Mercury and Mars.

Cassini’s First Dive Between Saturn and Its Rings

After the first-ever dive through the narrow gap between the planet Saturn and its rings, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft called home to mission control at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. See highlights from the scene at JPL on April 26-27, 2017, and some of the first raw images the spacecraft sent back from its closest-ever look at Saturn’s atmosphere. For more information about Cassini and its “Grand Finale,” visit https://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/ .

How radio telescopes show us unseen galaxies: Natasha Hurley-Walker

Our universe is strange, wonderful and vast, says astronomer Natasha Hurley-Walker. A spaceship can’t carry you into its depths (yet) — but a radio telescope can. In this mesmerizing talk, Hurley-Walker shows how she probes the mysteries of the universe using special technology that reveals light spectrums we can’t see.

What’s Up for April 2017

What’s up in the night sky this April? Jupiter, king of the planets is visible all night long, and the Lyrids meteor shower peaks on April 22

Participants List for Astronomy Camp on 30th December 2016

5th batch Participants List (Class-VII- DPS Surat) for the Astronomy Camp held at Delhi Public School Tapi on the night of 30th December 2016.

SR NO Class Name Admission No. Student Name
1 VII-D B-0199-11 ARJAVI ARYA
2 VII-C M-0427-07 ANANYA ANUJ SARAF
3 VII-E M-0458-07 ANUSHKA KHURANA
4 VII-E N-1169-08 ARSHIA ABHISHEK KOKRA
5 VII-E N-1061-08 JANVI TARUN KOTHARI
6 VII-E N-1037-08 KHUSHI BHARAT SHAH
7 VII-E N-1052-08 KRUTIKA POONAM MALPANI
8 VII-E N-1031-08 NAISHA AAKASH PATEL
9 VII-E N-1095-08 NEVA BHAVESH KUMAR PATEL
10 VII-E M-0353-07 PRACHI SANJAY KEDIA
11 VII-E M-0388-07 RITU DIVYESH VAIDYA
12 VII-E M-0335-07 SHRAVYA ANUJ DHAMI
13 VII-E M-0379-07 VINESHA ANKUR SHAH
14 VII-E M-0376-07 VRINDA VINOD NAGDEV
15 VII-F F-0261-15 ANANYA ROY KARMAKAR
16 VII-F N-1148-08 HEER DHARMESHBHAI PATEL
17 VII-F M-0390-07 MANA AJAY SHAH
18 VII-F M-0426-07 RIYA VISHAL SHAH
19 VII-F G-0247-16 RUDRIKA SINGH
20 VII-G N-1091-08 DHRITI VISHAL SURANA
21 VII-G M-0343-07 DIKSHA DANNY MAHAJAN
22 VII-G N-1160-08 MALIHA REVANT DESAI
23 VII-G N-1157-08 POOJITA MUKUNDAN
24 VII-G G-0243-16 VANSHIKA CHETAN RAISA
25 VII-H M-0443-07 AAROHI BHAVESH SHAH
26 VII-H B-0194-11 ANURADHA SANDEEP SARAWAGI
27 VII-H M-0442-07 DISHA BHAVIN MISTRY
28 VII-H G-0246-16 KANAN SUNIL AGARWAL
29 VII-C M-0345-07 NIPEKSHA ANURAG SARAIYA

 

Participants List for Astronomy Camp on 29th December 2016

4th batch Participants List (Class-VII- DPS Surat) for the Astronomy Camp to be held at Delhi Public School Tapi on the night of 29th December 2016.

Class Name Admission No. Student Name
VII-F N-1032-08 DHRUV RAJKUMAR RATHOD
VII-G N-1129-08 DEVOTTAM MANISH LADDA
VII-E M-0387-07 DIPEN DEBASISH BASAK
VII-G M-0400-07 DEV DINESH GUPTA
VII-E M-0445-07 DHRUV MINESH PATEL
VII-G M-0446-07 ARYAN SUMIT AGRAWAL
VII-G N-1104-08 ANUJ PRAGNESH SHAH
VII-H M-0351-07 ANSH GAURAV BANSAL
VII-G N-1048-08 ANSH PRITESH PAREKH
VII-G M-0463-07 YUGAM ANURAG RAWAT
VII-H M-0474-07 SOHAM NIRMESH GANDHI
VII-E M-0383-07 ZEHAAN NILAY NAIK
VII-G M-0357-07 SHUBHAM PRAKASH MORE
VII-H E-0352-14 SAMAY ANISH GUPTA
VII-E M-0401-07 VYOM SHARAD SETH
VII-F N-1136-08 UMANG NAWAL BHAKKAR
VII-H M-0448-07 SAMARTH PRATHMESH VAKIL
VII-E N-1174-08 TUSHYA JAGDISH KUMAR PATEL
VII-H M-0480-07 RONIT AMIT BHAYANI
VII-D N-1171-08 ANIRUDH MADHUR GARG
VII-E N-1168-08 TIRTH RISHI PATEL
VII-H N-1172-08 RAYHAAN MOHAMED NOOR GENERAL
VII-F N-1080-08 PURAB RAJKUMAR JAIN
VII-E A-0260-10 SAINYAM JITENDRA ACHARYA
VII-H M-0437-07 PRATHAM VISHAL MASHRUWALA
VII-G M-0460-07 MOHIT PARESH MEVAWALA
VII-H G-0239-16 MOKSH VIPUL OSWAL
VII-E N-1140-08 PARVA ALOK INAMDAR
VII-F N-1166-08 NIRVAN UMANG ARORA
VII-E G-0245-16 PARTH KRISHNA AGRAWAL
VII-G N-1146-08 JASH ASHISH LALWALA
VII-H B-0202-11 KRISH NIMESH SHAH
VII-E N-1161-08 ADITYA GOPAL KEDIA
VII-E B-0190-11 PAARTH BHAGERIA
VII-H M-0365-07 KHUSH RAJIV KAPUR
VII-F M-0471-07 MANAV DEEPAK AGARWAL
VII-B M-0348-07 KRISH JAY NAIK
VII-E N-1170-08 MUAZZAM SHAIKH
VII-G N-1131-08 HARSHIT PRAMOD KAUNTIA
VII-E M-0396-07 MIT MEHUL PANWALA
VII-E M-0397-07 MAYANK VIJAY CHOPRA
VII-D A-0262-10 JAY NARESH JAIN
VII-E M-0338-07 MAHIT RAJESH GADHIWALA
VII-G B-0192-11 GAURAV ANIL NARANG
VII-G B-0188-11 DISHANT ANKUR PATEL
VII-H D-0306-13 HARSHIL SANJAY SINGHVI
VII-H N-1089-08 HARSH RAKESH JINDAL
VII-H N-1094-08 HARDIK HEMANT BHARTI

Astronomy camp held on 25th December : Glimpses

With a clear sky we had a great session and enjoyed learning about our Universe.

Participants List for Astronomy Camp on 25th December 2016

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL TAPI

3rd Batch participant list (Classes- 7 & 8-DPS Tapi) for Astronomy Camp on 25th December 2016 at DPS Tapi Campus.

SR NO ADM. NO STUDENT NAME CLASS/ SEC
1 A-0034-10 NIJAL CHANDRAKANT PANSURIA VII-A
2 A-0029-10 UMANG SHARMA VII-A
3 G-0026-16 DIYA MANISHBHAI DHAMELIYA VII-B
4 D-0032-13 JANAK SANJAYBHAI MEHTA VII-B
5 P-0010-09 LAVYA RAJEEV KAPOOR VII-B
6 D-0031-13 NEEL CHHABILAL PANDAY VII-B
7 A-0006-09 ARNAV ANURAG GAHLOT VIII-A
8 A-0001-09 AYUSH PRASHANTBHAI GOLWALA VIII-A
9 H-0011-16 DHRUMI MAYURDHWAJSINH VAGHELA VIII-A
10 A-0002-09 EKJYOT T.SINGH CHHABRA VIII-A
11 A-0004-09 ESHAAN R. JARIWALA VIII-A
12 A-0017-09 HARSHITKUMAR KIRANKUMAR SURATI VIII-A
13 A-0013-09 KEYA PRASHANT THAKER VIII-A
14 E-0049-13 KRISH KETANKUMAR SHAH VIII-A
15 E-0044-13 PALAK DINESH NICHANI VIII-A
16 E-0043-13 PANTHI KISHORBHAI PATEL VIII-A
17 A-0020-09 SEJAL SURENDAR MUNDHRA VIII-A
18 H-0009-16 TANMAY 0 PUROHIT VIII-A
19 B-0022-10 ZARA NEMAT KHAN VIII-A

 

 

Astronomy camps held on 4th & 5th December: Glimpses