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Monday 12.00 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9.30 am - 8.00 pm
Wednesday 9.30 am - 8.00 pm
Thursday 9.30 am - 8.30 pm
Friday 9.30 am - 9.30 pm
Saturday 9.30 am - 8.30 pm
Sunday 9.30 am - 7.00 pm

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The mysteries of the universe

The universe is filled with fascinating phenomena ranging from small particle collisions to huge supernova explosions.

Get insight into the planets of our solar system and learn about stars, black holes and northern lights

Big Bang

Big Bang

We look closer at the beginning of the universe – the Big Bang, where all the hydrogen in the water in your body was formed.

The solar system

The solar system

Take a trip around our solar system.

Northern Lights

Northern Lights

The northern lights are undoubtedly among the most interesting and spectacular natural phenomena that we can experience here on Earth, but what are they and how can you observe them?

Mission to Mars

Mission to Mars

Over the years, there have been many missions to Mars and there are also manned missions to the Red Planet.

Stars

Stars

Many of the elements found in your body are formed inside stars when light elements merge – merging – into heavier ones. The sun is just one of the many glowing balls of gas in the universe that we call stars. We look closely at the element factories found in the universe – Stars. This is where all the carbon, oxygen and iron in your body were formed.

Meteor Showers

Meteor Showers

Shooting stars are burning stones that draw a luminous trace across the sky on its way down through our atmosphere. But when are the best opportunities to watch shooting stars and what is the difference between a meteor and a meteorite?

Black holes

Black holes

Many of the elements in your body come from big stars, but what really happens when big stars die? We look closer at the universe’s heavy boys

Supernovas

Supernovas

The heavy elements of your body were created by large star explosions. This applies for example to the element zinc, which is very important for your immune system. It helps make sure that you are not sick all the time and it also helps you taste and smell. We look more closely at the huge star explosions that form some of the heaviest elements.