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Muskan Ranwaka
Design Dissertation
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Ar. Mythili Kowshik Shetty
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Ar. Milind Amle, Ar. Swati Chokshi, Ar. Rajratna Jadhav, Ar. Snehal Gaikwad, Ar. Swapna Hankare, Ar. Richa Raut,Ar, Yagnik Bathija, Ar. Neha Panchal, Ar. Porus Master, Ar. Rahul Manohar, Ar. Sanjay Mehta

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Architecture represents the symbiotic relationship between earth, man and the Sky. The architecture engages with the sky bringing the astronomical cent or symbols to the ground. The relationship would create a unique assignment where the vertical place interacts with the horizontal one. 
India's space programme has grown rapidly in recent decades, owing largely to the country's growing economic power and influence. In the coming years, India intends to become the fourth power to send astronauts to space, as well as to explore other celestial bodies with orbiters, rovers, and lenders, and eventually to send humans to do the same.

This exponential growth in the field of astronomy has led to a setback in the astronomical education in the country and resulted in the lack of involvement of the public and lay man. This provides a unique opportunity to strengthen the latter.

Astronomy and architecture have been in close contact for thousands of years, and we now know that in ancient times, many people tailored their buildings to specific astronomical alignments, following and analyzing the movements of the Sun and stars.
There is a need to raise awareness about astronomy, as well as to provide interactive and open observation spaces for hands-on experiences. 
This research focuses on making astronomical research accessible and available to the public, as well as allowing for practical exploration through architecture.

VISTARA – a study of India’s space research education and ISRO

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