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USTM captures astronomical event

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, Aug 28 - The Department Of Physics at University Of Science And Technology, Meghalaya (USTM), had conducted a scientific experimentation on lunar eclipse, a press release said.

A group of M.Sc Physics students have developed USTM�s first optical telescope, �Astronoscope-I� (Newtonian Reflector Type), under the supervision of Nitu Borgohain, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics.

During the time of the eclipse, students and faculties of different departments gathered to witness the event but due to heavy cloud the initial phases of the eclipse have been missed. After five hours of wait, few windows of partially clear sky for two-three minutes were found and finally the lunar eclipse was captured.

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USTM captures astronomical event

GUWAHATI, Aug 28 - The Department Of Physics at University Of Science And Technology, Meghalaya (USTM), had conducted a scientific experimentation on lunar eclipse, a press release said.

A group of M.Sc Physics students have developed USTM�s first optical telescope, �Astronoscope-I� (Newtonian Reflector Type), under the supervision of Nitu Borgohain, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics.

During the time of the eclipse, students and faculties of different departments gathered to witness the event but due to heavy cloud the initial phases of the eclipse have been missed. After five hours of wait, few windows of partially clear sky for two-three minutes were found and finally the lunar eclipse was captured.

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