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BILLBOARD
IMMERSIVE DIGITAL DOME

APRIL 2022

ADMISSION

National

  • Childish

  • Adult

With credential of:

  • Student

  • Teacher

  • INAPAM or similar

Foreign Public:

  • Childish

  • Adult

$ 40 MXN
$ 60 MXN



$ 30 MXN

 

$ 150 MXN
$ 200 MXN

• Schedules •

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY

10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

THURSDAY AND SATURDAY:

10:00 PM to 8:30 PM

ELECTRONIC TICKETS:

admon.pczm@gmail.com

Box Office Hours

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TWO SMALL PIECES OF GLASS
THE AMAZING TELESCOPE

While attending a night of stars in their community, two young students learn how the telescope has helped us understand our place in the universe and how telescopes continue to extend our knowledge.

Their conversation with a local astronomer teaches them about the history of the telescope and the discoveries these wonderful tools have produced through 400 years of astronomy.

SPANISH

THURSDAY 21 AND 28

7:00 PM

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EUROPE TO THE STARS

Discover the European Southern Observatory in a story of cosmic curiosity, courage and perseverance; a story of observing a Universe of deep mysteries and hidden secrets; and a story of designing, building and operating the most powerful ground-based telescopes on the planet.

The movie focuses on the essential aspects of an astronomical observatory, while offering a broader view of how astronomy is done. From site-testing to locate the best places in the world for observing the sky, to how telescopes are built and what mysteries of the Universe astronomers are revealing.

ENGLISH

FRIDAY 1ST & 29TH

7:00 PM

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3, 2, 1 ¡DESPEGUE!

Laura, a small and restless girl, when falling asleep one night dreams that she travels to space in her own ship, beginning the most incredible and exciting adventure through the Universe.

In this adventure, Laura travels through the planets of the Solar System, travels through our galaxy, the Milky Way and learns about the importance of the force of gravity in the Universe, the movements of the Earth, distances, among other things.

SPANISH

SATURDAYS 2, 9, 23 AND 30

1:00 PM

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GRAVITY: THE MUSIC OF EINSTEIN

This planetarium show explores ripples in space-time known as gravitational waves. Lucia, a doctoral student in physics, explains to us how gravitational waves are formed, how they move through the universe, and how scientists like their job to listen to them.

Albert Einstein first predicted the existence of gravitational waves in 1916, and a century later, scientists detected these waves using incredibly precise laser technology here on Earth. In honor of this long-awaited detection, the scientists who created the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2017.

SPANISH

SATURDAYS 2 and 9

1:00 PM

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