Moons Beyond Counting

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Essential information

Event type: 
Date and time: 
Weekdays: 2.45pm | Weekends and holidays: 12.30pm, 2.45pm, 5pm
Admission: 
Ticketed
Price: 
Adult £9 | Child £4.50 | Student £6
Location: 
Royal Observatory, Peter Harrison Planetarium
Free to members

Discover the moons of the Solar System in this brand new show narrated by our Royal Observatory astronomers.

From the Earth’s closest neighbour in space, our Moon, to the moons of the distant gas giants, this show explores our Solar System’s natural satellites.

Voiced by our Royal Observatory astronomers, discover more about the appearance and features of our own moon, as well as a selection of the many different kinds of moons out there that orbit the other planets.

Age: 7+

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The Planetarium is open daily, except for the first Tuesday of every month when it is closed for essential maintenance.

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