Scientific and Outreach Teams from SPACE, its sister organisations, SPACE club schools and Space Nodal Centres will do the following:
Photographic experiments by SPACE team
At Varkala 8 °44'7"N 76°42'16"E
HD Video of the Baily’s beads with Canon 500d attached to Meade lx200 gps 10” f/10 at Prime focus.
Imagery of Baily’s beads with canon 450d at the prime focus of William optics APO 110mm f/7 OTA
Video recording of the eclipse through the Coronado PST 40mm with webcam attached at prime focus.
Webcast of the Eclipse throught 50mm f/6 achromat assembly coupled with webcam
Whole eclipse in one frame on 18mm lens Nikon d80.
At cruise to Maldives:
Whole eclipse in one frame on 18mm lens canon 450d
Webcast of the eclipse with 50mm f/6 system with webcam
At dhanushkodi 9°10'53"N 79°24'47"E
By SPACE outreach team
Imaging the eclipse in one frame by Space Nodal Centre, Meerut
Physical experiments during the eclipse:
Air temperature and Humidity variation
To observe and record the variation of Air temperature and Humidity at 3 levels, Graound level, above 2m and above 10 m.
Wind speed variation
To observe and record the variation of wind speed at 2 levels, above 2 m and above 10m level.
Soil temperature variation
To observe and record the variation of soil temperature.
Ambient light variation
To observe and record the variation of ambient light through luxmeter.
Public Outreach programmes:
At Nehru Planetarium, Teen Murti House 10:30 am to 3:45 PM
At India Gate Lawns, New Delhi 10:30 am to 3:45 PM
Observations by Students in SPACE club schools in Delhi and NCR
Outreach programme by SPACE outreach team and Space Nodal Centre, Meerut
Space Nodal Centres across India
Public Observations at Space Nodal Centres in Jaipur, Bhopal, mandi Dabhwali, Meerut, Jhansi, Patna,
Public Observation near Helipad at Varkala by SPACE outreach team
Cruise to Maldives 4°10'25"N 73°30'31"E
Eclipse Observation for cruise passengers by SPACE outreach team
Cruise in Wembnad Lake 9°35'30"N 76°23'29"E
Eclipse observations for passengers