KOLKATA 1,598 STUDENTS CREATE GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS IN SCIENCE CITY

1,598 Students  create GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS with largest ASTROPHYSICS LESSON and largest SPECTROSCOPE ASSEMBLE


GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS


   The GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS  for the largest ASTROPHYSICS LESSON (45 minutes) and assembly of SPECTROSCOPES was created at science city, Kolkata, on the 1st day of India INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE FESTIVALS(IISF) 2019 on Wednesday with the participation of over  1,598 students. 


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 Astronomers use spectroscopes to know details like temperature, chemical composition, etc. of celestial objects hundreds of millions of light-years away from us.
 A small personal model of advanced spectroscopes can easily be made by anyone using a box made of cardboard that has a very narrow window used to channel light into the spectroscope.

On behalf of the Guinness Book of World Records, a memento was given to the Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, organizers of the session, at the end of the program. Students from various schools across the country took great interest in learning about the creation of the universe and our cosmic system. The session was dedicated to Dr. C V Raman and Dr. Meghnad Saha.


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