As a celebration of International Day of Peace in association with StarPeace Project, an interaction program followed by Solar Observation Session were organized at Sangri-La Village Resort on September 22, 2013 for 40 invited participants and Solar Observation Session at Motherland Higher Secondary School on September 23, 2013 where ~200 students got the first time experience of observation of sun through PST which was donated to NASO by EurAstro Association during EurAstro Mission Nepal 2011.
|Photo 1: Students enjoying the Sun through NASA Solar Glasses on September 22, 2013 at Sangri-La Village Resort, Pokhara, Nepal|
|Photo 2: Participants and the organizers of the Interaction programme to celebrate International Day of Peace at Sangri-La Village Resort on September 22, 2013.|
|Photo 3: Ms. Manisha Dwa, Project Coordinator, Sharing NASO projects among the participants during an interaction programme at Sangri-La Village Resort, Pokhara, Nepal on September 22, 2013|
|Photo 4: Student looking at the Sun and the spots on it though Coronado Personal Solar Telescope (PST) donated by EurAstro Association to NASO in 2011. This PST is the first and only solar telescope with NASO (probably in Nepal).|
|Photo 5: Er. Rishi Shah, Academician at Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) and president of NASO asnwering the queries from the students during an interaction programme on September 22, 2013 at Sangri-La Village Resort, Pokhara, Nepal.|
|Photo 6: Students posing for group photo with organisers after the solar observation session at Motherland Higher Secondary School on September 23, 2013, Pokhara, Nepal.|
The Observers also enjoyed the Sun through NASA Solar Glasses which were donated to Nepal Astronomical Society (NASO) during Global Astronomy Month 2011 which was brought to Nepal by Joan Chamberlin. The sessions/events were sponsored by Rishi Shah, Academician of Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) and President of NASO.