PROGRAMME OF SHOWS OUTSIDE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS (FRENCH ZONE B)

Séance en direct : Retour vers le Big Bang Nouveau
Tout public
À 11h00, les week-ends et jours fériés

Dans cette séance entièrement en direct, les animateurs du Planétarium 3D de La Coupole vous plongent dans l’histoire du cosmos en partant de la Terre telle que nous la connaissons aujourd’hui et en remontant le temps et l’espace jusqu’aux premiers instants de l’Univers. L’occasion de découvrir les faits marquants d’une histoire commencée il y a 13,6 milliards d’années !

Bande-annonce
D-DAY : NORMANDY 1944
All audiences
À 12h15, every day

Discover a different perspective of how the landing on 6th June 1944 changed the world. The film is both spectacular and educational, as it explores history, science, military strategy, technology and human values.

Bande-annonce
Capcom Go !
All audiences
À 14h00, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays

July 21, 1969, at 03:56:20 AM in Central European Time, Neil Armstrong became the first human to step foot on the Moon. Relive the story of Apollo 11, the high-risk mission that encountered countless setbacks from start to end. The mission that became the first in a long thread of the history of human exploration on the Moon. The precedent that set the foundation for subsequent voyages that followed with varying levels of success. And the technologies that were developed over the course of time brought about the space exploration we will revisit today.

Bande-annonce
GranPa et Zoé
All audiences
À 14h00, on Wednesdays, weekends and public holidays

Light is an amazing subject, because it can make connection between things that generally have nothing in common. This film plays on our amazement by conveying the message through the story of an ageing koala and a young dingo, both of whom are called on to save light!

Bande-annonce
ISS EXPERIENCE Nouveau
À 15h15, every day

A new crew of astronauts arrives aboard the International Space Station and discovers the joy, wonder and danger of living in space. Years of training come into play as the crew overcomes disorientation from zero gravity, responds to potential catastrophic emergencies, and learns to operate as a close-knit team. The extreme nature of this unique shared experience brings them to form family-like bonds.

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Voyager
All audiences
À 16h45, every day

In 1977, NASA launched Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 to study the planets in the solar system farthest from Earth. The two probes transformed our view and our knowledge of these faraway worlds. Today, over 40 years from their launch, they continue to explore the unknown of interstellar space, carrying with them a message in the case of an encounter with extraterrestrial life.

Bande-annonce

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR 3D PLANETARIUM PROGRAMME

Each session takes about 50 minutes, including a 3D simulation with live commentary (in French) to discover the sky and afterwards an inspiring film of your choice according to the schedule.

A 3D Planetarium ticket grants access to only one session. You can buy your ticket directly at La Coupole, without reservation.

Be careful, sessions start on time. Please be there in advance!

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