Screenings

Planetarium

Space Opera

A flying saucer travels in the solar system and orbits space. A unique artistic, scientific and cinematic experience with music from Gustav Holst’s work “Planets”.
From High School to Adults.

The Earth’s climate

The position of the Earth in the solar system offers the right conditions for the development and evolution of life. These conditions, however, are not unchanged over time. Nowadays, human interventions in the environment have brought about a new climate change that forces to take drastic measures to deal with it. The film presents the factors that affect the climatic conditions of our planet.
From elementary school to adults.

Europe is exploring space

Travel with ESA (European Space Agency) and experience the adventure of exploring the universe! Get to know the International Space Station and the Hubble Telescope, the Robck and ATHENA robotic missions, fly to the stars and get to know our solar system.
From High School to Adults.

Aliens

For thousands of years we believed we were the center of the universe. Thanks to our curiosity, imagination and ingenuity, we now know that planets like Earth are not something special in the universe. Our Sun is one of the billions of stars in our galaxy. With the help of our most powerful telescopes, we can explore the universe more and more. There is a huge variety of different worlds out there waiting to be discovered.
From High School to Adults.

Constellations and myths

A game of discovering the mysteries of heaven, in a dazzling landscape beyond all knowledge and imagination. Discover the magic of the night sky, through the myths of the constellations.
For Elementary and High School.

From Earth to the universe

A journey into celestial discoveries, from the theories of ancient Greek astronomers to state-of-the-art telescopes. Visit the solar system and the Sun, experience the birth and death of stars and travel even further, beyond the galaxy, to the vastness of the universe.
From 5th grade to adults.

Cosmotheater

The great journey 2D

The film shows how an astronomer sees the world and how he perceives science and its achievements. Enjoy stunning images of celestial bodies, planets, stars and learn how human knowledge of the universe was shaped over time.
For all ages.

Space Travel – 3D

The film presents the great achievements of the space shuttles and the bold pioneers who participated in them. Includes stunning scenes from Earth and space work, such as the repair of the Hubble Space Telescope and the assembly of the International Space Station. These space programs taught us how to live, work and do research in space. As the International Space Station operates until at least 2024, the film shows us how we prepare for the next exciting steps in space. “Space Journey” will inspire the dreams of the new generation for new horizons in space and at the same time will make the older ones better appreciate what has been achieved so far.
From 5th grade to adults.

Dream big – The wonders of engineering – 3D

From buildings touching the sky to underwater robots exploring the seabed, solar cars and “smart”, sustainable cities, the film “Dream big – The wonders of engineering” highlights the human intelligence behind the small and great miracles of technological advances and reveals the creativity and humanitarian feelings that push engineers to create better living conditions for their fellow human beings.
For all ages.

The Dinosaurs – Giants of Patagonia – 3D

The Dinosaurs, which ruled Patagonia billions of years ago, come to life before your eyes and take on a three-dimensional form on the giant screen of the Cosmotheatre.
For all ages.

SIMULATOR – 3D

Wear your 3D glasses, get on one of the three six-seater vehicles, which synchronize with the motion of the image, and travel the three-dimensional paths of adventure, then, now, then, to Earth and beyond.

For security reasons, children younger than the third grade and lower than 1.20 m. Are not allowed to enter the Simulator.

  • Catacombs
  • Moon Thunder
  • Great Wall
  • Aquaride
  • Magic carpet

Published: January 20, 2021