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Ausstellungsraum mit interaktiven Experimenten © SDTB/Frank-Michael Arndt 2005
Ausstellungsraum mit interaktiven Experimenten © SDTB/Frank-Michael Arndt 2005 © SDTB/Frank-Michael Arndt 2005



How did the Moon and Earth originate? Why does the Moon have such large craters on its surface? How heavy would we be on Mars or Jupiter? How are "Black Holes" created in space?

How did the Moon and Earth originate? Why does the Moon have such large craters on its surface? How heavy would we be on Mars or Jupiter? How are "Black Holes" created in space?

The exhibition "Observing and Measuring" answers these and other questions with the help of interactive experiments as well with numerous historic and modern objects: globes, instruments and clocks.
Additional information
Opening hours:
Monday, Tuesday: 8:30 - 13
Wednesday, Thursday: 8:30 - 13  and 14 - 17
Friday: 14:30 - 20:30
Saturday: 13:30 - 20:30
Sunday: 13:30 - 18:30

Price:
Visit of the museum free of charge. Prices for events see at the individual events. Normal price: 2.50 Reduced price: 3.00

Accessibility

The exhibitions in the museum, the Einstein Hall and the Zeiss Small Planetarium are wheelchair accessible.
Unfortunately, the Small Lecture Hall and the observation instruments (Giant Telescope, Coudé Telescope, Astrograph Dome, Cassegrain Reflecting Telescope and Solar Physics Cabinet) are not barrier-free.