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In Naples, at Città della Scienza there is the largest and most ad­vanced 3d Planetarium in Italy. It has a di­am­e­ter of 20 me­ters and hosts 120 seats. To dis­cover the great se­crets of the uni­verse. With your head up­ward.

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Ajour­ney to dis­cover the great se­crets of the uni­verse com­fort­ably in a chair, just look­ing up at the sky and let­ting your imag­i­na­tion run free. All this in the shadow of Ve­su­vius.

In Naples, in Città della Scienza’s Sci­ence Cen­ter, on March 19th , the largest and most ad­vanced 3d planetarium in Italy will open to the public. With a di­am­e­ter of 20 me­ters and 120 seats, the Planetarium will pro­ject us into an en­thralling and com­pre­hen­sive ex­pe­ri­ence, with­out bound­aries.

The latest tech­nolo­gies al­low us to fly be­tween plan­ets and stars, across gal­ax­ies, with a sen­sory in­volve­ment never ex­pe­ri­enced be­fore.

The public will ex­pe­ri­ence a unique and en­velop­ing show of the uni­verse, com­pletely im­mers­ing it­self into space. You can dive into a night sky, dis­cover the stars from the the­o­ries of the an­cient Greek as­tronomers to the large tele­scopes used to­day. You can learn how to pro­tect the starry skies from light pol­lu­tion, re­trace the mis­sions to the moon, fol­low the trav­els of probes and space­crafts that have ex­plored the so­lar sys­tem, or even ex­plore the dark mat­ter to un­der­stand why the uni­verse is as it ap­pears to us, un­der­stand where we come from, and how the uni­verse has evolved over bil­lions of years.

A journey through space as you've never ex­pe­ri­enced it, but how you have dreamt of it ever since you were a child. And thanks to the 3D Planetarium, you’ll go back to be­ing a child, with your nose up­ward, lost in the in­fi­nite, dream­ing about stars and plan­ets. But the Planetarium will also of­fer fan­tas­tic 3D films, which will take you through the his­tory of an­cient pop­u­la­tions or take you for a swim be­neath the sea, to dis­cover the won­ders of na­ture, arche­ol­ogy and his­tory. A unique ex­pe­ri­ence. Not to be missed.

Open from 19 March

Mon­days through Satur­days, 9am - 5pm; Sun­days and hol­i­days 10am-5pm.

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