with live part in German
Black holes are among the most fascinating phenomena that exist in the universe. Conventional physics and our imagination are pushed to their limits when it comes to these mysterious, practically invisible phenomena. Around the globe, black holes are the subject of intense research using a wide variety of methods. In April 2019, scientists succeeded in photographing a black hole for the first time – it was a sensation! With the help of unique visualisations, we bring you closer to this mysterious phenomenon. Learn how and where black holes are formed, what is special about them and how they can be explored.
Production: Clark Planetarium, Salt Lake City, USA
Image © Clark Planetarium Salt Lake City
60 min | ages 12 and up (from grade 7 onwards) | Price of admission 9,50 € / 7,50 € (day-care & school classes: €4 per person, 2 accompanying persons have free admission)
(incl. 25 min live part in German)
Please note the current rules for admission.
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