Visiting the rings of Saturn, learning the moons of the solar system or becoming an astronaut are some of the experiences that the City of Arts are offering this summer.
Nebulae, star clusters and remnants of dying stars are revealed in spectacular fashion thanks to the Hemisfèric projection system. In addition, the live narration explains the curiosities and the most important constellations in the sky during summer. All accompanied by an original soundtrack.
The planetarium shows Saturn, the most famous rings in the universe, and some of the strangest moons in the solar system. ‘Las Nocturnas de verano’ will be held every Thursday until September 4th at 8:00 pm; and on Saturdays, at 9:00 p.m.
THE PLANETARIUM FOR CHILDREN
For children ages 3 to 6, the ‘Astromenuts’ planetarium has been programmed . This takes place on weekends at 12.00. In this case, the Hemisfèric becomes a spaceship that awaits the astronauts of the future. There they discover the secrets of day and night, the phases of the moon and the wonders of the constellations.
In the midst of this journey through the solar system, they travel through the planets and try to catch some stars that they find along the way. The Hemisfèric thus offers a way to get started in space sciences through fun drawings, stories and animations.
Also on this summer’s schedule is ‘The Enchanted Reef: Kaluoka’hina 3D’, a fun adventure for the whole family about the underwater world; as well as the IMAX films’ Amazon Adventure ‘and’ Voyage al Espacio. Next stop Mars. ‘ The projection ‘Walking among dinosaurs. Prehistoric Planet 3D ‘.