Indomitable Planet. Amazing Satellites

14 July 2019, Sun. 17:00
Kyiv Planetarium Kyiv, vulytsya Velyka Vasylʹkivsʹka, 57/3
from 5.00 EUR
from 5.00 EUR

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Exclusively in Kiev Planetarium!

Indomitable Planet

Volcanoes, earthquakes - these catastrophic phenomena in one instant destroy our understanding of the inviolability of the earth's firmament. But it begins to move not only during these phenomena. The earth is in constant motion. And this is not just the rotation of the planet around the sun. The crust is moving. Always and everywhere. What forces set entire continents in motion and make mountains rise, changing the face of the planet?

The show takes the viewer to the depths of the Earth, introducing the causes of volcanoes and earthquakes, the drift of continents.

BONUS - Full Dome Movie Amazing Satellites

In 1610, Simon Mari and Galileo Galileo five times increased the number of “Moon” known to mankind, revealing Four Large Satellite of Jupiter. Our solar system today contains 178 known satellites around 8 planets. Even with this amount, planets often overshadow their satellites simply due to their size.

But in terms of technology development, these smaller bodies of the Solar System are surprising in their landscapes and conditions beyond our imagination. Now satellites attract more attention than their parent planets due to their character. Join the journey to some of the coldest, most cruel and absolutely wonderful worlds.

Film for children age 9+

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