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Opening Hours

Monday 12.00-20.00
Tuesday-Sunday 09.30-20.00

Please note that Planetarium is extraordinarily closed on Monday 30th of November.
In December Planetarium is closed on Wednesday 9th, Monday 14th, Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd and the 23rd. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Events

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All films in the Dome begin with a digital space journey followed by the season’s current starry sky.

Current films in the Dome

Volcanoes: The Fires of Creation

Volcanoes: The Fires of Creation - danish language

Earth is a planet born of fire and the story of volcanoes is the story of the planet’s creation, and the story of us.

Secrets of the Universe

The film captures the excitement and science that is currently taking place at the European Center for High Energy Physics (CERN), the world’s largest physics laboratory.

Secrets of the Universe - danish language

The film captures the excitement and science that is currently taking place at the European Center for High Energy Physics (CERN), the world’s largest physics laboratory.

Apollo 11: First Steps Edition

Touch the Stars

In a visual and sense-saturated tale, you come on a journey where we follow the tracks all the way back from NASA’s very first unmanned space probes and to the latest plans to send people to Mars.

Touch the stars - danish language

In a visual and sense-saturated tale, you come on a journey where we follow the tracks all the way back from NASA’s very first unmanned space probes and to the latest plans to send people to Mars. Touch the stars

Edge of Darkness - danish language

Edge of Darkness features amazing scenes of places never before seen gathered by key space missions that culminated with groundbreaking discoveries in 2015.

Tales of a Time Traveller - danish language

Explore ancient civilizations. Witness the birth of the universe. Journey to the edge of a black hole.

Unseen Universe - danish language

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.

The Story of Earth

In Our remarkable planet Earth is unlike anything else we have found in the Universe. The Earth is not millions of lightyears away. You are standing on it, right now. Experience breathtaking and complex visualizations, based on the newest scientific methods.

The Story of Earth - danish language

In Our remarkable planet Earth is unlike anything else we have found in the Universe. The Earth is not millions of lightyears away. You are standing on it, right now. Experience breathtaking and complex visualizations, based on the newest scientific methods.

Hidden Universe

The deepest reaches of our universe are brought to life with unprecedented clarity through real images captured by the world’s most powerful telescopes—seen on-screen.

 

Hidden Universe - danish language

The deepest reaches of our universe are brought to life with unprecedented clarity through real images captured by the world’s most powerful telescopes—seen on-screen.

Mysteries of the Unseen World - danish language

Think what you see around you is all there is? Think again! National Geographic’s film shows how science and technology are making the invisible visible, affect- ing our lives in ways you can’t even imagine.

Daily film and activities

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The Auditorium has 48 seats

Current film in the Auditorium

Fly Me To The Moon 3D

“Fly me to the moon” is educational entertainment for the whole family about 3 young space interested flies’ exciting journey to the Moon. They get their journey of a lifetime when they succeed in getting onboard the Apollo 11 spaceship.

Diary From Space