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Barack Obama commends two time Google Science Fair Indian-American champion at ‘Astronomy Night’

Another Indian American child has made history by turning into the first individual to procure a second time Global Finalist award in the 2015 Google Science Fair. However, what made this achievement much more exceptional was the short – out to this child by US President Barack Obama at White House Astronomy Night where brilliant youthful children were available.

“We are some young Americans here this evening with that same kind of adventurous spirit,” he said addressing several hundred people including students, teacher, and NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden at the second White House Astronomy Night.

“At the point when Pranav Sivakumar was six years of age, he found an encyclopaedia about famous scientists lying around the house,” said Obama at the occasion on the mansion’s South Lawn Monday night. In any event he supposes it was lying around there. Really, his guardians likely were setting it out – trusting he was going to keep running into it,” he said in the midst of giggling.

What’s more, he’s been entranced with space from that point forward. For a considerable length of time, each Saturday morning, his guardians drove him an hour to an astronomy lab for ‘Ask-A-Scientist’ class. Also, after a short time, he collaborated with analysts he met there to think about the ‘gravitational lensing of quasars’,” he said. “That is not what I was thinking about at his age.

Pranav was a worldwide finalist in the Google Science Fair – not once, but rather twice. So you know he’s going to do some imperative things. Give him a major round of praise,” said the President in the midst of adulation. Also, where’s Pranav? Since I was discussing him, and I didn’t – there you go. Give Pranav a major round of acclaim,” included Obama as he spotted Pranav to another round of adulation. So these are illustrations of the phenomenal youngsters that we have here today,” he said refering to a few different understudies.

Furthermore, we are very brave instructors here today,” said Obama. “We need folks to leave reference books of renowned researchers lying around the house, or transform a room into a thoughts lab. We have to rouse more youngsters to get some information about the stars, and start that lifetime mission to wind up the following incredible researcher, or designer, or architect, or space explorer.”

Pranav, 15, was chosen out of only 10 students in his age category, 7 Americans, and 20 total students worldwide to make the finals of this year’s Google Science Fair. His research addressed resolvable image configurations of quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, permitting him to recognize 109 new high likelihood quasar competitors. Pranav has additionally won the Astronomical League’s National Young Astronomer Award, two National Semi-finalist recompenses in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science, and Technology, taking second place in the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

After his discourse, Obama talked quickly with Ahmed Mohamed, the Texas understudy who was captured and suspended from secondary school for conveying a custom made clock to class. Be that as it may, the youngster, who set out on a colossal visit after his capture made him popular, did not bring his clock along.

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