Learn more about stars during our astronomy week ! From 22nd to 28 of February, conferences and workshops will be animated by experts.

 

Sunday, February 23rd

  • 8 pm: Stargazing with telescopes supervised by an expert
    Place Caron, free entrance

 

Monday, February 24th

  • 5 pm: Planetarium, "Astronomy for everyone". Come and discover the interior of our astronauts' lunar base, the different skies of the evening: the constellations, the planets and the most beautiful objects visible in the evening!
    Place Caron, free entrance. Duration 1h to 2h.
    In case of bad weather, go to the Joseph Fontanet Forum.
  • 9 pm: Visual assisted sky observation. Thanks to a telescope connected to a giant screen, lunar craters, stars and nebulae appear on the screen for all to enjoy. Animated by astronomy experts, you will learn everything you need to know about the constellations and what makes our night sky in winter!
    Place Caron, free admission. Duration about 1h30.
    In case of bad weather, go to the church for a planetarium session.


Tuesday, February 25th

  • 5 pm: Conference show. Come and participate in a discussion show with our sky experts! Different themes will be addressed between meteorites, life in the universe, exploration of Space and many other topics.
    Place Caron, free entrance.
    In case of bad weather, meet at the Forum Joseph Fontanet from 6 pm.
  • 9 pm: Visually assisted observation of the Galaxy. Come discover nebulae, star clusters and galaxies filmed live through a telescope connected to a giant screen. An expert will be there to tell you the story of this magical journey.
    Place Caron, free admission. Duration about 1h30.
    In case of bad weather, go to the church for a planetarium session.

 

Wednesday, February 26th

  • 5 pm: Planetarium, "Astronomy for everyone". Come and discover the interior of our astronauts' lunar base, the different skies of the evening: the constellations, the planets and the most beautiful objects visible in the evening!
    Place Caron, free entrance. Duration 1h to 2h.
    In case of bad weather, go to the Joseph Fontanet Forum.

 

Thursday, February 27th

  • 5 pm: Conference show. Science fiction easily plunges us into environments teeming with extraterrestrials. Yet today, no living being has been discovered anywhere but on Earth. How do scientists go about answering this eternal question: are we alone in the universe?
    Place Caron, free entrance.
  • 9 pm: Visual assisted sky observation. Thanks to a telescope connected to a giant screen, lunar craters, stars and nebulae appear on the screen for all to enjoy. Animated by astronomy experts, you will learn everything you need to know about the constellations and what makes our night sky in winter!
    Place Caron, free admission. Duration about 1h30.
    In case of bad weather, go to the church for a planetarium session.

 

All week long

Exhibitions at the Tourist Office:

  • In search of life in the universe
  • Northern Lights
  • Meteorite Exhibition
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EVENT DATE
from 22/02/2020 to 28/02/2020