Sky Watch Programme on 20th March 2021 bet. 5 & 7:30 pm   |   Monthly sky gazing programme entitled "Know Your Stars" on 7th March 2021 at 6.30 pm.   |   "Ask an Astronomer" on 7th March 2021 from 5:15 pm to 6:15 pm."   |   'Sky This Week' from 1st to 7th March 2021   |   A Poster Exhibition on the theme "A glimpse of Scientific Achievements of 2020" as a part of National Science Day Celebration is scheduled on 28/02/2021.   |   Syllabus base lecture video for students on "Nature of Light – Part 2"   |   Quarterly Bulletin BASELine No.23 - November 2020 of the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bangalore Association of Science Education.   |  

Bangalore Association for Science Education (BASE)

Bangalore Association for Science Education (BASE) is devoted to science popularisation and non formal science education. In addition to administering Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, BASE has established a Science Centre in the Planetarium. The Science Centre serves as a nucleus for non-formal science education at all levels.

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Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is located at the heart of the city; it is only 2km from the city railway station and about 1.5km from the cantonment railway station.

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Science Education

One of the primary objectives of BASE is to impart quality science education at all levels that identify and nurture creative talents in science students to enable them to pursue career in research and teaching.

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Science Popularisation

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bengaluru reopens after its temporary closure for renovation in March, 2016 the planetarium a more joyful and stimulating experience.

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Useful Info.

On 9th January 2017, the bright star Rohini will be covered by the Moon for about half an hour from 6.30 pm to 7 pm. People may enjoy the sight with telescopes or even with naked eye.

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Videos of Special Lectures

Sky this week
Special Lectures
Syllabus-based lectures for class10 students
Astronomy Videos