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Astronomy night and Telescope making workshop at Dreamworld

Astronomy night and Telescope making workshop at Dreamworld Astronomy night and Telescope making workshop at Dreamworld Pakistan Science Club

Family Astronomy night and Telescope making workshop for kids

Stargazing is a wonderful family activity and a rewarding experience with fun to introduce children to many wonders of the night sky. It’s easy to get started, as long as you have clear skies, a good observing site, and basic knowledge of the constellations. The observations will include the surface of the Moon, Venus and its phases, and some deep-sky objects including clusters of stars and galaxies.

Pakistan Science Club is organizing a worth learning astronomy night in collaboration with the Dreamworld for families. The stargazing activity, explanation, and observation are completely free of cost, and if you want to attend a telescope-making workshop then you can register for it by paying only its material fee. The workshop is for children from age 7 to 14 in which participants will learn to make their own telescope. Register Now 


  • • *Telescope Making Workshop for children*
  • • Moonsighting
  • • Learn about the constellations and observing equipment
  • • Astrophotography session
  • • Live planets view at the projector screen


  • • Free for family (Pre-registration required)
  • • *The Telescope-making workshop fee is 2500/ family* (we will provide telescope material. The Max family members 3)
  • Register Now 

Date: November 13, 2021
Time: 06:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Venue: Dreamworld Resort, Hotel

Telescope Making Workshop for children conducted

 Abdul Rauf

Learn about the constellations and observing equipment

Talha Moon Zia

Astrophotography session


Astronomy in Pakistan

Umair Asim

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About Abdul Rauf

Abdul Rauf is a science enthusiast and research expert who established a platform to nourish and promote science culture in Pakistan. His aim is to popularise science and technology, to search science talent and develop research and development strategies. Abdul Rauf is a science education expert who encourages students and teachers to pursue science by passion and facilitates their access to science by providing training workshops and sessions to adopt project-based learning and inquiry-based approach. He established a Pakistan Science Club, a platform to invoke science enthusiasm among young students and teachers. paksc.org/abdul/

About Umair Asim

The Joint Secretary of KSS and founder and President of the Lahore Astronomical Society, Mr. Umair Asim has been doing wonders in the world of science outreach and science communication. He is one of the pioneers in bringing Astronomy to Pakistan. His expertise in the field, a very determined team of volunteers and a remarkable collection of telescopes has enabled him to establish a functioning observatory in Lahore. The Zeds Astronomical Observatory is affiliated with NASA and data is constantly being shared by Mr. Asim along with the updates from Pakistan. BBC Urdu recently published Dr. Asim’s interview about his inspirations, works and goals: https://www.bbc.com/urdu/science-43786140#

About  Talha Moon Zia

Talha Moon Zia is Research Astronomer at (NCBC-NEDUET) & M.Phil. Scholar at ISST, University of Karachi. Karachi Chapter Lead of Astrobiology Network of Pakistan (ABNP). Team Member of Karachi Astronomers Society (KAS). Pro-Am Collaborator and an astrophotographer. Proud Pakistani to be featured on NASA’s Astronomical Picture of the Day (APOD) website, European Sky Agency (ESA) photo community page, Forbes, Astronomy Magazine, spaceweather.com, Earthsky.org, media.inaf.it, Dawn newspaper, the Newspaper, photographingspace.com, in the newsletter of the astronomical society of Durban, South Africa, and various astronomical forums of social media like FB, Instagram, Twitter, etc.


frequently asked question (FAQ)

1. Is there any entry fee for Dreamworld for none members specific for this workshop

Ans: There is no entry fee

2. How many members of the family can come

Ans: No restriction to join Astro night but wor workshop only 3 people could attend the workshop including parents or siblings 

3. Will you provide a certificate?

Ans: Yes we will provide certificates to workshop participants only (students age 7 to 14)

4. Do we need to bring anything for Telescope making activity or all tools and materials will be provided on-site.

Ans: not need to bring anything.

5. How to make the payment for the workshop.?

Ans: When we received your registration our team will contact you via Whatsapp and will share the details.


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