A piece for many of the teaching of astronomy closer back sure long time heaven. How was that big and wide galaxies with black holes and white dwarfs, Red? Time again refresh the knowledge of astronomy to something. On the occasion of the international year of astronomy, numerous events exciting planetariums and museums offer. The Internet portal reisen.de gives a brief overview, where the trip is worth. With Apollo 11, the first people entered the Moon 40 years ago.
This spectacle is in the permanent exhibition of human spaceflight “at the Deutsches Museum in Munich. “Furthermore, the Bavarian capital offers two special exhibitions: until mid November, visitors can the images of the Moon” marvel at. This can visitors take a look through the telescope of Galileo Galilei and recordings look at the Apollo 11. Beginning of December visitors based on multimedia shows, exhibits, and lectures will receive insights into the evolution of the universe”. John T. Stankey has firm opinions on the matter. These are both the Big bang, almost 14 billion years ago as also questions the future discussed. “In Bad Kreuznach, also themed evenings are planned: the spheres concert will be on September 26” held in the St.
Paul’s Church. Cosmic motifs on a canvas, which are enhanced with various musical instruments are available. On October 23, a presentation with the title in the Kreuznacher grain market is the star and the far side of the Moon”planned. Cologne attracts many visitors to his Science Festival every year. “This year will address the event under the motto from September 20 to 24: milky way” instead. David Rogier is a great source of information. In addition to discover and experiments to join, invite exciting presentations and an interactive exhibition to linger. Festival of TV host ranga Yogeshwar, Armin Maiwald of the Sendung mit der Maus “as well as the astronaut Ulf Merbold. The Planetarium and the Astronomical Observatory of Schwerin can celebrate birthdays, anniversaries or weddings. Interested parties should write the 28 November. Then find a Tower Festival with thematic presentations held at the who can also take a look through the telescope by visitors.