Monday 16 May 2022

Slooh - Arav Agarwal

I would like to thank My Good School, Sandeep Sir and Sukhpreet Ma’am for allowing me to explore space through Slooh. It has been an exciting experience exploring Slooh through live telescopes. It is like a dream come true for me.

I learned many different things about stars, galaxies, nebulas and planets. I have many interesting observations, and one of the exciting observations is about Neptune.
This planet has winds reaching 1300 mph, an extensive storm system similar to Jupiter's GRS, and a faint ring system. Neptune's largest moon Triton is sometimes visible.

We can go on missions and explore specific celestial objects through the live telescopes in Slooh. Slooh also helps us to know more about space through guides and quests. By exploring directions, we can know more about a particular celestial object, and through quests, we get tasks to capture and explore space. After completing that task, we reflect on our findings and learnings and earn a badge!

I have earned three thousand three hundred gravity points and fifteen badges. Oh! What a journey it has been. So, if you are inquisitive about knowing more about space and astronomy, join the incredible journey of Slooh with My Good School.


Thank you.

Name: Arav Agarwal
Grade: 6A
Billabong High International School, Thane

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