MahaPark has largest Space and Amateur Astronomy Centre in India setup by
Bharat AstroSpace Corp. Discover Space with experiential Hands on activities and exhibits.
SPACE MUSEUM I SPACE CAMPS I STARGAZING I MODEL ROCKETRY I RESEARCH
There can be no bigger inspiration than the dark skies for one who loves to explore space and when it come to being there in Space and serving humanity, we derive inspiration and purpose from the life of Kalpana Chawala. Her humble beginning from a small village in Karnal to naming herself Kalpana as she didnt approve of parental name 'Monto', being mad about flying objects and going NASA, her story is larger than any Marvel Characters and super heroes!
The path from dreams to success does exist. May you have the vision to find it, the courage to get on to it, and the perseverance to follow it.
What to see and do at SpacePark?
ISRO Information Centre. Space Workshops.
SunSpots Observations and Stargazing.
Open Theatre: Space& Astronomy Documentaries.
Jr Astronaut Space Camps and
Summer Camps for Students.
Model Rocket Launch.
Drones and Planes demonstrations
Opening Soon: Space Museum and Mini Planetarium
A Quantum Leap in Space Science Education in India
Natspace has partnered with ISRO and signed an MoU to partner for Space promotion and to develop Space Education Programmes and Courses, Contests to promote Space Science and Technology and reach the work, achievements and future missions of ISRO under ambitious
India In Space Project
In the Pic (left to right): Mou signing between Dr Rajesh Ghangurde, Director Natspace and Head, India in Space Project, Shri N Sudhir, Director CBPO, ISRO and Shri B Shantanu, ISRO, and Shri A S Kiran Kumar, Former Direcor ISRO and Secrrtary, Department of Space
Infrastructure & USP
Open Space for Rocket Launch
Students and Amateurs Model Rocket Launchpad
Space Camp capacity to 300 Students
Modern Advanced Telescopes for Sunspots viewing and Stargazing
ISRO Information Centre/Program
Coming Soon, Space Museum and Centre
Space is for Everyone, Explore it
Antariksh Museum and Centre for Astronomy (AMCA)
AMCA or Antariksh Kendra as it is called, is being setup by MahaPark and Antariksh Society to promote Space& Astronomy as Career and Hobby and felicitate Research and Development. It will house India's first private sector Space Museum and Education Centre and will have Exhibition galleries, Mini Planetarium, Workshops, Space Camps and Skywatching facilities. Antariksh Kendra will have a dedicated 20 luxurious space themed rooms and Dormitory to accommodate 100 students groups for stay. School students groups from across India will benefit from the Centre that will offer International standards experiential Space Education and Training. It aims to develop the ecosystem and culture for Space Education, Research and Development among young students, University student engineers and Space Startups. It will have Day Camps, Overnight Camps, 2-5 Days Space Camps, Sunday Space Camps and public visit throughout the year.
Take a glance at what's being planned..