Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, used a telescope and special glasses to view a partial solar eclipse on Tuesday in Gorakhpur at the Veer Bahadur Singh planetarium.
The UP government claimed in a statement that he also obtained data from scientists on planets’ frequency, timing, and the status during the eclipse.
The chief minister also cautioned people from using their bare eyes to witness the eclipse. In Gorakhpur, the partial solar eclipse was visible for 52 minutes.
The proper tools should be set up, according to Mr. Adityanath, so that people may observe these celestial happenings.
The CM set up special glasses for the on-site media workers to watch the solar eclipse.
A lot of the universe’s secrets, according to Mr. Adityanath, have yet to be solved. He claimed that the way to human well-being might be paved by solving these puzzles.
Mr. Adityanath instructed the district magistrate to establish a research park and provide a thorough plan to the government as soon as possible.
It is anticipated that it will be built on an empty plot of the planetarium’s grounds. The chief minister gave the go-ahead for a proposal for a 3D auditorium.