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International Asteroid Search

The Asteroid Search Program is organized by the International Astronomical Search Collaboration partnering with NASA's citizen science project. SSERD has encouraged and guided students through the process of asteroid hunting.

#InternShip for University students

4 Weeks of Space Research Internship and Training Program

Join SSERD Discord Community

Join us on our Community discord server and be part of the discussions!

Student Ambassador Program​

an opportunity for the students to be a Space Ambassador by SSERD

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Society for Space Education Research and Development (SSERD)

Educate | Inspire | Innovate

Society for Space Education, Research and Development (SSERD) is an International organization dedicated to promoting Space Science among the community and creating awareness about the current inventions and innovations happening in this sector. We have various programs planned for all kinds of audiences from all age groups. Our key aim is to update the community with the latest news and encourage them to be part of the Space Revolution which has already started.

Read Our Story in UNOOSA

Space captivates. Little else captures our imagination like dreams of walking on the Moon or of wandering the rocky red surface of Mars. In China, children aspire to be taikonauts more than anything else… Read More

Internships Division

Internship and Projects division is an initiative to promote research in STEM fields.

Join SSERD Discord Server

Join us on our discord server and be part of the discussions!

Free Outreach Program 2020

Free SSERD outreach Program – Watch Recordings

Giving Every dream a chance

SSERD along with The Akshaya Patra Foundation is creating awareness among the students about the importance of space science in our day to day life. A year-long program was designed for the students to provide space education and to unveil their creativity. The program started in July 2019 and ended in January 2020. This program is designed in such a way that it helps us to identify the child’s dream and to develop the necessary skills to reach their goal.

What do we do?

As a step towards this goal, we at SSERD have come up with an exciting yet intriguing way to reach our young minds by using a distinct method of learning focused on Space Science.

Astro Space Camp

Advanced Exposure to the fascinating world of space, satellites and rockets at very young ages and to help in developing the Aerospace education in the country

Space Talk

Space Talk is an initiative to make students and community interact and discuss ideas with Scientists/Speakers.

Asteroid Search Campgin

The Asteroid Search Program is organized by the International Astronomical Search Collaboration partnering with NASA’s citizen science project. SSERD has encouraged and guided students through the process of asteroid hunting.
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From Edge of Space Blog

  • Do Aliens exist on other Planets?
    by Krishna Bhutada on January 19, 2022 at 1:41 AM

    It is a long-standing question which is asked by each and everyone who is a science enthusiast. So far our planet is the only candidate which harbours life as we know it. The search for extraterrestrial life is on, and there are many possible candidates as well. Like for example, we have our twin […]

  • Monitoring strange gamma rays from a near-Earth body
    by Rafid Hasan on December 24, 2021 at 2:30 AM

    Although our understanding of the universe has improved over time, many fundamental issues still stand in the way of our journey towards understanding the physics of the world around us. One such limitation is our ability to measure distances, especially with regard to light coming from far away at […]

  • A Mysterious Barrier & The Galaxy
    by Rafid Hasan on December 21, 2021 at 7:16 AM

    New research reveals that the center of the Milky Way is a powerful particle accelerator, and there is also an unknown mechanism that prevents cosmic rays from penetrating the vast cloud called the central molecular region. This discovery will be a supposer for the idea to get nearer to the cosmic […]

  • Multiverse: Real or Science Fiction?
    by Dakshesh Gusain on December 17, 2021 at 4:22 AM

    For much of human history, it was considered that the Sun and Earth were all that was there in the universe along with several pointy, twinkling stars in the night sky. It was only in the 16th century that astronomers were able to discover that there was so much more to the universe than we […]

  • Gravity is not a Force, it’s Geometry!
    by Palak Singh on December 2, 2021 at 1:30 AM

    Saying that gravity is not a force seems to raise more questions than it answers. To truly understand the title, you can take a semester-long course on Misner, C. W., Thorne, K. S., Wheeler, J. A., & Kaiser, D., I. (2017). Gravitation. Princeton University Press. Or spend 15 minutes reading […]

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