APOM has proven to be very popular with the school and college students since its inception. Three of them have already been published, and the fourth will be released on 28 Dec. These are posted on our website as well as on our social media. We are happy to note that these have been much appreciated by students and reached many hundreds of them.
The first APOM was an UV image of the spiral galaxy NGC 2336, the second was of the dwarf galaxy WLM, and the current one is of the globular cluster NGC 1851. A new APOM is posted on the 28th of every month, so set your calendars, and share them with your friends and family. This initiative is by the ASI POEC along with the AstroSat Training and Outreach Team.