Planetarium

Torreón

One way to get involved in astronomy, science, and ecology is by attending the Planetarium, an interactive museum in the region of Torreón, Coahuila.

The first thing you should know -before entering to visit each one of its rooms- is that its vision is to be the best Science Museum oriented to astronomy, space and environmental care in Mexico.

Here you will live the experience of traveling to the stars, through space in a 360º dome where documentaries and films are projected, as well as live interactive demonstrations of the movement of the sky, stars and planets.

Let's get to work! Enter Space Maker, where you'll learn how to create scientific and astronomical projects and prototypes on different devices, such as a 3D printer, a laser cutter, soldering irons, saws, drills and hammers.

Take a tour to the room that shows the history of the Space Shuttle and the Hubble Space Telescope.

In a search for meteorites and the formation of the earth, explore the different areas by learning about life on another world.

In the Observatory section, learn through environmental education workshops the importance of respecting life in all its forms. Finally, connect to Robotics in a place designed for the construction of small machines.
One way to get involved in astronomy, science, and ecology is by attending the Planetarium, an interactive museum in the region of Torreón, Coahuila.

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The first thing you should know -before entering to visit each one of its rooms- is that its vision is to be the best Science Museum oriented to astronomy, space and environmental care in Mexico.

Here you will live the experience of traveling to the stars, through space in a 360º dome where documentaries and films are projected, as well as live interactive demonstrations of the movement of the sky, stars and planets.

Let's get to work! Enter Space Maker, where you'll learn how to create scientific and astronomical projects and prototypes on different devices, such as a 3D printer, a laser cutter, soldering irons, saws, drills and hammers.

Take a tour to the room that shows the history of the Space Shuttle and the Hubble Space Telescope.

In a search for meteorites and the formation of the earth, explore the different areas by learning about life on another world.

In the Observatory section, learn through environmental education workshops the importance of respecting life in all its forms. Finally, connect to Robotics in a place designed for the construction of small machines.

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