Moon Gazing at the Night Market

Taken by OPPO F1 selfie as viewed from the telescope

Moon gazing at the night market, that’s right at the night market with real telescopes amidst the hustle and bustle. How amazing is that?

We don’t frequent the night market for one reason and that is, it’s just way to crowded.  However, tonight is an exemption.  NARIT or National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand is here, and their bringing 5 telescopes for everyone. I wondered how it would go considering how busy the place is.  But amazingly things went smoothly – no pushing and shoving, no shouting and rowdy behavior . Everyone queued and waited for their turn. The kids had a great time,  and was blown away by what they saw.

It was indeed educational and precious. An experience they would cherish forever, and be grateful of.
NARIT has been totally generous. We appreciate their effort of going out of their comfort zones and reaching out to as many people as possible; and where else would you find tons of people than the night market, aye?
I think it is just incredibly wonderful to allow precious Science equipment like these to be out in the open where they could be vulnerable to damages for the sake of sharing Science to everyone. I’m in awe.

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SELF-MADE CHANTS, POEMS and YELLS

I.  Dream CakeI dream of a cake.
In my sleep,
a mouth-watering cake
I bake.I dream of a cake.
In my sleep,
a cake I eat.
But to my chagrin,
the cake pulverized like ruins.

II.  Train chant
(to the tune of rain, rain go away)

Train, Train
please be here
help me carry
this heavy gear.

Train, train
please be here
little ______(mention a name)
wants to flee.

III. Table
(you are welcome to create your own combination of claps)

T-A-B-L-E (2x)
My table
It’s stable
It’s able
to handle
my most precious
vendible valuables.

IV. Stars Chant

Stars are 1 billion years old.
They are big.
They are bright.
They are heavy and hot.

V.   Cake chant

Cake, cake
Cake I bake
Cake on my palate
Cake we partake
Cake oh in my tummy