Planetario Galileo Galilei
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About this place
A partir de 1968 y a lo largo de su historia, el Planetario ha promovido la divulgación científica, posibilitando que el conocimiento científico trascienda el mundo académico y sea accesible a todas las personas.
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Avenida Belisario Roldán y Avenida Sarmiento El predio cuenta con 5 pisos, 6 escaleras (una helicoidal) y una sala circular de 20 metros de diámetro con capacidad para 360 espectadores.
The museum has a piece of lunar rock which was brought back to Earth by the Apollo XI mission. Is home to a collection of 100 million year old sea life and amonite fossils from Neuquén Province.
Extensively renovated in 2017, the planetarium now boasts 4D and robot technology, simulators and cutting-edge projection equipment.
UFO-shaped planetarium built in the 1960s in one of the city's biggest areas of parkland.
This is also one of Buenos Aires emblematic Buildings as well as a really nice green spot in the city. You can enter the building and have a guided tour through the observatory and its shows, or just enjoy the illuminated park.
This is also one of Buenos Aires emblematic Buildings as well as a really nice green spot in the city. Its particulary known among the youth of the city, they like to meet and mingle here and enjoy a mate tee, a coffee or a beer with their friends.
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