Watch shows for free at the National Museum Planetarium
The stars are (almost) within reach at no cost for a limited time.
(SPOT.ph) Astronomy-lovers and science buffs will be happy to know that the National Museum Planetarium finally got an upgrade! It launches a new hybrid projection system using the 1975 analogue projector and a new digital projector, a first in Asia, on March 24 at 10 a.m. Visitors will be able to watch full dome shows for free until April 30.
The National Museum Planetarium has made it their mission to disseminate astronomical information through shows, lectures, demonstrations, and exhibits. The full dome projection of astronomical bodies is part of its effort to capture the interest of a new generation of viewers.
For more information and schedule of programs, follow National Museum of the Philippines on Facebook. The Planetarium is located between the Japanese Garden and the Chinese Garden at Luneta Park.