An educational and healthy activity for the whole family is coming this Saturday. The TatakuaLab of the Science Museum (MuCi) prepares the day from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Observing the eclipse. The lab is located at General Santos 1030, in the Textilia Complex, between Defensa Nacional and Concordia, Barrio Jara, Asuncion.
Stargazing will be carried out through four professional telescopes and will be provided free of charge to all visitors.
Entry to the “Superbacteria, the Battle for Our Lives” exhibition will also be available on site, and visitors to the exhibition will receive special gift glasses to view the eclipse (available to the first 100 paying visitors) along with your tickets. for exhibition).
Exhibition commissioned National public interest By the Ministry of Public Health of our country.
The Superbug exhibit addresses societal issues of how certain bacteria have evolved to challenge traditional medical treatments and factors that contribute to bacterial resistance in populations. The exhibit also explores ongoing research to develop new strategies to combat these threats.
“We invite families and all astronomy fans to join us in this gathering and collectively enjoy this activity during one of the most extraordinary times in the universe. In addition, we will have special guests who will explain the phenomenon to the public for those interested in learning more about it,” said Rodrigo Ríos, astronomer-in-residence at MuCi.
What is MuCi?
MuCi is the first interactive science museum in Paraguay, born with the mission of awakening the love of knowledge to create a better future for the country. It will (once its doors open) be one of the best interactive science museums in the region and the third in the world to feature planetarium technology with a curved LED screen.
The TatakuaLab space is a space for prototyping, manufacturing, experimenting, innovating and inspiring visitors to show that everyone can create the future with their own hands.
On October 19, a practical theory workshop was convened Cooking with Microbes, Cheese and Wine EditionAimed at adults, attendees will learn and understand the science behind cheese and wine fermentation with experts from each region.
Exhibition Super bacteria It will be open to the public until December and will include several themed activities and daily attractions such as storytelling and microscope observations.
In regular activities, every Wednesday, The Try, One day to observe and experiment with bacteria under the guidance of mediators.
Timings: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (with priority for school and university groups); Fridays from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm; and Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Groups and schools wishing to visit the exhibition must complete a form (muci.org/producto/reservas/)