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Come explore the Universe with us - Virtual Planetarium Experience

Ideal for Kids from 7+ years to learn and enjoy the beauties of our Universe


Immersive Science Experience

for the whole family

Every Friday | 7.00 PM to 8.30 PM

A Live Simulation Show your child should not miss!


Space is a fascinating chapter. It's beyond science. There's nothing bigger. There's nothing older. 


Our live simulation is just the thing kids above the age of 7 need to understand the miracle of SPACE.

It's simple, it's interactive, it's live and it's just a fun learning experience of a lifetime!

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Are you ready for the Tour of your Life!

Rocket through space and sail among billions of stars and galaxies.


Utilizing some breathtaking visuals, Space Science Learning Club founder and Learning Coach - Vinod Kumar will guide your children through the mind-boggling scale of the universe.


Along the way, they’ll stop at the Moon and individual planets. Then they will make the jump to light speed and head to interstellar space and see all the galaxies in the universe.

Don’t worry, he’ll have you all back home in time for dinner!



Ever wondered

  • What is up there in the skies?

  • How our sun will look up close?

  • Why planets revolve around our sun?

  • How many stars are there in our galaxy?

  • Are there many more solar systems like ours?

  • or How big is our universe?


Find not just answers but also relevance to SPACE

Testimonials from Previous Participants

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Have you been on a VIRTUAL SPACE RIDE


In this VIRTUAL SPACE RIDE, you will onboard a spacecraft (not made by humans!) and travel from Earth to all the celestial objects in our Solar System. 

Jump to Light Speed NOW!

We will visit the outer realms of our Solar System and travel further to other Stars in our Galaxy.

We can see other solar systems in the Milky Way Galaxy and see how the systems are similar or different from our own!

Then we will visit our nearby Galaxies and travel further to different nebulas (this is where stars are born)

Finally, we will visit the outer realms of the universe and see how big/ small we are in our universe!

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