Solar System – Level 1

Course Overview: Embark on a mesmerizing journey through our cosmic neighborhood with the Solar System Course, a key component of the Basic Space Science Program developed by Black Hole Space Tech. Specially curated for school students from Class 4 to Class 10, this course offers two levels of captivating exploration.

Level 1: Introduction to the Solar System

Uncover the wonders of our planetary system as you delve into the basics of the solar system. Discover fascinating facts about the planets, moons, and other celestial bodies that populate our cosmic neighborhood.

Course Objectives:

1.     Explore Planetary Characteristics: Develop a comprehensive understanding of each planet within our solar system, including its unique features, atmospheres, and geological formations.

2.     Investigate the Moons and Their Significance: Unveil the secrets of the diverse moons orbiting planets, and understand their role in planetary exploration and potential for harboring life.

3.     Discover the Asteroid Belt and Beyond: Dive into the realms of asteroids, comets, and dwarf planets, exploring their origins, compositions, and the significance of these celestial bodies.

4.     Study Comets and Their Origin: Gain insights into the composition, structure, and origins of comets, and learn about their impact on the evolution of our solar system.

5.     Uncover the Secrets of Dwarf Planets: Explore the enigmatic world of dwarf planets such as Pluto, Eris, and Ceres, and understand their unique characteristics and contributions to our understanding of the solar system.


Join the Solar System Course within the Basic Space Science Program and embark on an extraordinary cosmic adventure. Ignite your curiosity, expand your knowledge, and unravel the mysteries of our solar system with the expertise of Black Hole Space Tech!

1. Introduction to the Solar System: Exploring Our Cosmic Neighborhood
2. The Sun: Our Brightest Star and its Importance for Life on Earth
3. Planets of the Solar System: Characteristics, Sizes, and Order
4. Moons: Natural Satellites Orbiting Planets
5. Asteroids and Meteoroids: Small Celestial Bodies in our Solar System
6. Comets: Icy Visitors from the Outer Regions
This course is suitable for school students ranging from Class 4 to Class 10 who have an interest in stars and want to explore the fundamental concepts related to them.
No prior knowledge is required. This course provides a beginner-level introduction to stars and covers the fundamental concepts.
The course duration is 6 days with 1-1.5hrs of session per day. It consists of interactive lessons, engaging visuals, activities, and experiments that can be completed at your own pace.
This course covers topics such as star formation, different types of stars, their sizes, colors, and temperatures, as well as their life cycles.
Yes, periodic assessments and quizzes will be included to evaluate students' understanding and progress. These assessments are designed to reinforce learning and provide feedback.
Yes, upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a certificate of completion that recognizes their achievement in understanding stars.

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Duration: 6 Days
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