Atoms to Astronomy

Medium:
English

Description:
Whether you left science after school or not, take this 20-part lecture course to rediscover our wonderful Universe. Learn all about:

Syllabus:
1. Basic physics
2. Telescopes at other wavelenghts
3. The Years
4.
5. The Planets (Part 1)
6. The Planets (Part 2) and the comparison between inner planets and outer planets.
7. The comets and the belts
8. History of the Universe
9. Important Time Scales
10. Cluster of Stars
11. Dark Matter
12. Heavy Elements in the Universe
13. Is there Intelligent life somewhere in the universe?
14.
15. Group of Galaxies
16. Story of the Universe
17. Our solar system
18. Indian Space Programme
19. Space Science Programme: Past, Present and Future
20. Big and small of the universe.

About the Speaker:
Prof. Mayank Vahia is the Dean of The School of Mathematical Sciences, NMIMS, Vile Parle, which has introduced new ideas about mathematics education at undergraduate level.
Prof. Vahia, who has a Ph D in Astronomy and Physics, retired from the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in October 2018. At TIFR, he worked on space-based telescopes that were flown on NASA’ Space Shuttle, one Russian satellite and several Indian satellites. Later he pursued his interests in the history of astronomy and science in ancient civilisations.
All through his career he was keen on student training and initiated the Astronomy Olympiad programme in India which has not only created and cultivated interest in astronomy in young students but the Indian teams have performed very well in international events. After his retirement he has taken up the responsibility of setting up an innovative undergraduate programme in Mathematical Sciences at the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies in Mumbai
For the past several years he has been working in the discipline of ArchaeoAstronomy, and has done some path breaking research in the field.

 

1
Basics of Physics
1:19
2
Telescopes at other wavelengths
1:28
3
The Year
1:10
4
4
5
The Planets (Part 1)
1:27
6
The Planets (Part 2) and the comparison between inner planets and outer planets
1:05
7
The comets and the belts
1:31
8
History of Solar Systems
1:28
9
Important time scales
1:29
10
Cluster of Stars
1:29
11
Dark Matter
1:28
12
Heavy Elements
1:13
13
Is there intelligent life somewhere in the universe?
1:42
14
14:
15
Groups of Galaxies
1:13
16
tory of Universe
1:22
17
Our Solar System
1:00
18
Indian Space Programme
1:10
19
Space Science: Quest for knowlegde
1:20
20
20: Big and small of the universe
1:27

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