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66 Radio-antennen in 5.000 Metern Höhe auf der Hochebene von Chajnantor im Norden Chiles.
Das Atacama Large Millimeter/ Submillimeter Array © California Academy of Sciences

World premiere in the Zeiss-Großplanetarium

Big Astronomy - Gigantic telescopes, fascinating discoveries

Premiere on 26 September 2020 simultaneously in planetariums worldwide

The new planetarium program "Big Astronomy - Gigantic Telescopes, fascinating discoveries" focuses on the world's most powerful observatories and the people who work there. On the occasion of the worldwide premiere on September 26, 2020, the premiere took place in the Zeiss Large Planetarium and the Planetarium am Insulaner at the same time as many other planetariums around the world. The science program is regularly on the program of both Berlin's large planetariums.

Photo: A single telescope of revolutionary design: the Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array (ALMA), consisting of 66 radio antennas at an altitude of 5,000 meters on the Chajnantor plateau in northern Chile.

Dates at the Zeiss-Großplanetarium (Prenzlauer Allee 80, 10405 Berlin):
First performance: Sat, 26.09., 20:00 h | Wed, 30.09., 20:00 h | Wed, 07.10., 11:30 h | Fr, 09.10., 16:00 h | Wed, 28.10., 16:00 h | Fr, 30.10., 18:00 h

Dates at the Planetarium at the Insulaner (Munsterdamm 90, 12169 Berlin):
First performance: Sa, 26.09., 20:00 h | Sa, 03.10., 18:00 h | Fr, 23.10., 19:00 h

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