International Moon Day is celebrated on July 20 every year to mark the anniversary of the day when the first humans, US astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon as part of NASA’s Apollo 11 mission. To celebrate the day, our 1st standard students were given the full history fo the mission.
We also announced the exciting news that our students artwork could be following the space explorers as part of a lunar art exhibition. The next generation of space exploration and development is kicking off with billions being poured by governments and the private sector exploring the future of technological and economic advancement in space. LunARC is part of the NASA-inspired Lunar University that believes space exploration and development should be diverse and inclusive.
They have invited Snehalaya to submit our beneficiaries’ artworks for the first Art Gallery on the Moon. A compilation of our artworks will be joined with others from around the world to be sent, digitally, to the surface of the Moon in May 2024 on the lunar lander Blue Ghost.
Our children have been very busy creating their designs based on our own brief of:
A day in the life...
We can’t wait to see what they come up with and will share them with you all soon before they are sent to the Moon…