- Within the framework of the Night of Museums and the Argentine Night of Science, the event will take place on Friday night from 8:00 p.m.
- Glowing planes, robots, circus and a science fair to enjoy with the family
- Activities are free. On the day of the event, an alternate ticket office will be available for everyone to enjoy the scheduled activities. Information, in this note.
Plaza Cielo Tierra invites you to explore space and learn about the planets and the universe, this Friday, November 3, from 8:00 p.m., with many activities at the Museum Night and the Argentine Science Night. There will be light-up airplanes, robots, a circus and a science fair to enjoy with the family.
Plaza Cielo Tierra is now ready to receive thousands of visitors who, every year, participate in a variety of activities designed to bring science and technology closer to visiting families. Activities are free. On the day of the event, an alternate ticket office will be available for everyone to enjoy the scheduled activities.
This year’s theme is related to space, the exploration of the universe.
This amazing evening will provide a unique opportunity to explore the vast universe and discover the mysteries of the solar system. Immerse yourself in spectacular views that reveal the secrets of each planet, from the awe-inspiring majesty of Jupiter to the mysterious rings of Saturn. In addition, they can join the exciting investigation of the search for extraterrestrial life and participate in the special mission to find our lost astronaut.
In addition, the program is completed with telescopes, drones, light-up airplanes, LED robots, a mobile circus and more to dazzle the showgoers.
Plaza Cielo Tierra joins Argentina’s Science Night, which is promoted by the nation’s Ministry of Science and serves as a bridge between scientists and society. Museums, national universities and science and technology institutes in the country will open their doors to the public to tour and learn about who they are, what they do and who are the science producers in our country.
Plaza Cielo Tierra proposes a specific activity called “Cermes de la Ciencia y la Tecnologia”, carried out in collaboration with the Ministry of Science and Technology of Córdoba. In this exhibition, scientists and communicators, based on observation and play, interactively address activities aimed at communicating knowledge and methods that link science and technology in a simple way. Scientific experiments will be carried out, mathematical problems will be solved and technological devices will be displayed, including drones and robots.