Within the framework of the activities of the astronomical year, presents the latest astronomical cycle “Observing the Sky.” This cycle has been presented, at No. 400 anniversary of Galileo Galilei, physicist, mathematician and astronomer Italian built his telescope. The year 2009 was declared by UNESCO as the International Year of Astronomy. Caixa Laietana wanted to be part of this and contribute to the objectives of this landmark universal: the impact of astronomy in society, culture and development of humanity, communicating to the public the excitement of watching the sky, sharing knowledge core of the universe, the value of our place in it and the importance of scientific literacy. This cycle has a permanent exhibition to be submitted until 31 July at the Ateneo Caixa Laietana, which can be different activities.
On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays after 18 hours you can enjoy “Planetarium”: an approach to knowledge universe from a scientific, audiovisual and playful. This activity is led by instructors. Also all day, every 30 minutes, in the same Ateneo Caixa Laietana projections can be viewed in 3D space and ell June 27, at 20 hours will be held the last observation of the space observatory Cosmos. ” The above were successful. For more information and reservations for groups can communicate by telephone 937 417 531. The exhibition will run until 31 July, Monday to Saturday from 17:30 to 20:30 hours and on Sundays and holidays from 11:30 to 13:30 and 18:30 to 20:30 at the Ateneo Caixa Laietana, Mataro Calle Bonaire 3-5. See you there!