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Unseen Universe

In 1609 the famous astronomer Galileo Galilei was the first to point a primitive telescope towards the sky and observed the visible light from objects several million kilometers away.

This was the beginning of a revolution in science and our insight into the universe.

Unseen Universe

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  • Tuesday 28/05
  • Tuesday 04/06
  • Sunday 09/06
  • Tuesday 11/06
  • Tuesday 18/06
  • Sunday 23/06
  • Tuesday 25/06
  • Sunday 30/06
  • Thursday 04/07
  • Monday 08/07
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  • Tuesday 16/07
  • Saturday 20/07
  • Wednesday 24/07
  • Sunday 28/07
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  • Monday 05/08
  • Friday 09/08
  • Tuesday 13/08
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Information

Since then, telescopes and instruments have been developed to observe all kinds of light from the sky, including light that is invisible to the naked eye and ordinary telescopes.

These years astronomy is undergoing the greatest breakthrough since Galilei pointed his telescope towards the sky. The film Unseen Universe illustrates how astronomers make new and groundbreaking discoveries using extremely advanced astronomical observation technology and supercomputers that analyze data, connecting telescopes from all over the world so they act as one giant telescope that can observe events and objects in space.

Technology challenges our understanding of the universe enabling us to explore space far beyond the human senses.

Unseen Universe has been created in collaboration between ESO and the Houston Museum of Natural Science and provides a fantastic visual and inspiring insight into human exploration of the universe.

Info

Duration: 45 min.

Journey to space 20 min.
Film: 25 min.

Language: Danish

Narrated by the danish actor Thomas Levin

Headsets with English translation of the film is available at the ticket office. There is a deposit of DKK 50 per headset which is refundable on return of the headset to our ticket office.

 

Reserved tickets can be picked up up to 30 minutes before the film begins. If you have not booked tickets, we recommend that you arrive approx. 30 min before.

A ticket gives access to a film in the Dome and to our exhibitions.

Please note: If you want to experience our exhibitions, and you have chosen the last film of the day, you should arrive in good time before the film, because Planetarium usually closes just after the last show.

During holidays and weekends, the ticket also offers the opportunity to follow guided tours and other creative activities.

Price: 185,- DKK for adults and 115,- DKK for children (3-11 years) + 5,- DKK handling fee.

Guests with annual pass
If you have an annual pass, simply reserve the desired seats and show your annual pass on arrival.

The Dome has four spaces for wheelchairs. The seats can only be purchased/ordered by contacting the ticket office.