The Planetarium shows

In English and Italian

Dynamic Earth

The award-winning Dynamic Earth explores the inner workings of Earth’s great life support system: the global climate. With visualizations based on satellite monitoring data and advanced supercomputer simulations, this cutting-edge production follows a trail of energy that flows from the Sun into the interlocking systems that shape our climate: the atmosphere, oceans, and the biosphere. Audiences will ride along on swirling ocean and wind currents, dive into the heart of a monster hurricane, come face-to-face with sharks and gigantic whales, and fly into roiling volcanoes.

Show available in English. To use the service, install the free app MovieReading and use it inside the planetarium.

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In English, French and Italian

Polaris, the space submarine and the mistery of the polar night

For children Would you like to explore the Solar System aboard a… space submarine? James the Penguin and Vladimir the White Bear are waiting for you at the Planetarium to take you on a great journey among Planets. Along the way, you’ll discover the secrets of the six-month polar night and other ‘glacial’ wonders. You’ll never get bored aboard the Polaris. promises you as much! Recommended for five to eleven year old. The trip lasts 30 minutes.

Show available in English and French. To use the service, install the free app MovieReading and use it inside the planetarium.

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Only in Italian

Discovering the sky

Live commentary What and how many objects can we see with the naked eye? Let’s learn to find our bearings on a starry night, discovering the sky above Turin thanks to the virtual projection of the Planetarium: stars and constellations, the Moon and the planets of the Solar System. Learn about the most beautiful objects in the sky and how to recognize them.

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Other stars, other planets

Live commentary Are we the alone in the Universe? We all strive to find an answer, sooner or later. Research and study of extra-solar planets orbiting other stars is linked to the search for extraterrestrial life forms, from the simplest to the most evolved. Let’s leap into other habitable areas, as far as science can take us..

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Look at the moons

Live commentary The moons populating our Solar System are huge or tiny, icy or hot, alone or in good company, spherical or of all sorts and shapes. Join us on this extraordinary journey: we’ll discover that satellites don’t just orbit planets, and that they are not only here …

Season’s sky

Live commentary We can observe the sky with the naked eye, from month to month, season to season and from different points on Earth. Under the dome of the Planetarium, the sky’s everchanging performance comes into its own . Our Scientific Staff comments on astronomical events, discoveries and images of space missions, in an exchange with audience.

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Phantom of the Universe

For all ages Gravitational attraction influences the greatest structures of the Universe and is so powerful that it can even bend the path of light. It reminds us that there is more to the Universe than meets the eye. Physicists are hunting for a new and elusive subatomic particle right here on Earth to understand this mysterious matter…

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The hot and energetic Universe

For all ages High Energy Astrophysics tells us about a violent Universe, made of neutron stars, supernova explosions and super-massive black holes (SMBHs). A Universe invisible to the human eye, which we are now able to explore thanks to powerful, sophisticated space telescopes.

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The zodiac

Live commentary How many constellation there are in the zodiac? Why we know the Lion, the Taurus or the Gemini?
With the Planetarium technology we can discover the Zodiac and its astronomical relevance, which has accompanied the culture of the peoples of the Middle East and the West for millennia.

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Views of the sky

Live commentary Throughout human history, our knowledge of the Universe has kept changing: from the naked eye, to Galileo’s telescope, to the revolutionary Hubble Space Telescope, we can retrace the fascinating changes in the description of the Cosmos, increasingly more complex and wonderful.

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Wonders of the Universe

For all ages A bewildering journey through space and time, starting with the Big Bang. From the birth of the Universe to the first stars, to the Milky Way and the Solar System, all the spectacular Cosmos unfolds before our eyes: brightly colored nebulae, explosions of supernovas and neutron stars.

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Lamps of Atlantis

For all ages Ancient civilizations designed and built architectural complexes to follow and observe the sky and the motion of celestial objects. All over the world, remains have survived centuries and have come down to us, helping us understand legends and events otherwise lost in the mist of the past. This is one of those stories…

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Lucia, the secret of the shooting stars

For children Part 2, second adventure: James the Penguin and Vladimir the White Bear return aboard the Polaris to discover the origin of shooting stars. However, along the way, a meteorite hits the ship. Help! They need an emergency landing! Here comes Lucy, the hummingbird. Discover the secrets of the legendary Moonstones with them.

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Secret lives of stars

For all ages At first glance all stars around us may look alike, but if you look carefully you will see a range of colours and levels of brightness. Stars are formed of clouds of dust and gas and sometimes they are binary systems – that is are in association with another star – and may have a planet system. Each star has a story, a unique billion years long tale to tell.

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The circus of planets

For children, live commentary Get ready and see something unique, a show full of numbers, acrobatics, tightrope walking. For millions of years, the Sun and its planets, complete with satellites, asteroids and, surprisingly, a passing comet have been the real stars of the Solar System’s great circus.

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Lights, sounds and colours of the sky

For children, live commentary Mr. Rainbow (Signor Arcobaleno) lives in the Multicolored (Variopinto) Village, where everything changes with the season: colors, animals, sounds. Every month, the stars also change as does nature. The great show of the sky awaits you at the Planetarium, commented live by our Staff. How wonderful!

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