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New Exposition in Moscow Planetarium
31.05.2013 23:48
New Exposition in Moscow Planetarium
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The exposition of interactive museum «Lunarium» in Moscow planetarium was widened with some new items. Now visitors can not only send up a magneto-electric rocket. This exhibit will familiarize the visitors with the concept of electromagnetics. It will be enough to push the red button for sending up a new rocket.


      

With the help of the exhibit «A million of rotations» the visitors will learn what a million is: is it much or little. Besides, the visitors will understand how many times it's required to make one million of the exhibit handle rotation.


      

A new exhibit that visualizes air currents will appear in order to give the visitors a possibility to see the airflow. Together with this, the exhibits will acquaint the planetarium visitors with the methods used in cartography for mountains relief and the World Ocean bottom reflection, as well as with the  operating principles of the modern robotic science.

       


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow Planetarium     

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