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Astrobiology Dome planetarium shows

When:

Sat 28 Aug 2021, 12:00pm–12:30pm
Sat 28 Aug 2021, 12:45pm–1:15pm
Sat 28 Aug 2021, 1:30pm–2:00pm
Sat 28 Aug 2021, 10:30pm–11:00pm
Sat 28 Aug 2021, 11:15pm–11:45pm

Where: Carterton Events Centre, Holloway St, Carterton, Wairarapa

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $5.12 ea ($5.00 + $0.12 fees)
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Get some space this weekend!!

Did you know that we are all made of stars? Learn about space, the Universe, the Planets, the origin of life and prospects of life in the Universe, in the Astrobiology Dome with Hari and Sam. Hari, a TEDx-featured astrobiologist who interned at NASA and trained for Mars and Sam, is pursuing his passion for astrophysics and stars and both are accomplished science communicators.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Time permitting, will visit the International Space Station, the Moon, any of the planets of the Solar System, Pluto and the Kuiper belt and then we head out beyond the Solar System to the stars and beyond our galaxy to the Universe.

Each show is different. The shows are live. The shows are not scripted and they are not recordings. You can ask questions.

WHAT IS THE ASTROBIOLOGY DOME?

The Astrobiology Dome is a portable planetarium, a giant tent, inflated by air. Inside, we project a simulation of what we know about the Universe, using the latest data acquired by spacecraft and satellites. The planetarium uses data from the latest missions to Mars, the Moon and the Solar System, and deep sky surveys.

Shows are 30 minutes in length. Please arrive 5-10 minutes before the start of the show.

Learn more about the New Zealand Astrobiology Network www.astrobiology.nz

The New Zealand Astrobiology Network is a Charitable Trust with the purpose of promoting education through space sciences. We bring the cosmic perspective with the three questions of astrobiology:
1. What is life? 2. Where else in the Universe can we find it? 3. What is the future of humankind?