You are invited to the Israeli Space Week at Planetanya
This year we mark the Israeli Space Week on Wednesday 31/1 from 18:30
18:30 Space news and recent discoveries in space
19:20 Asteroids and the dangers to Earth
Telescope observations in the area of the scientific garden and the southern lawn
18:30-21:30 Telescope observations of the moon, double stars and constellations.
These activities are free of charge and without prior registration and are designated for ages 11 and up
Guided star presentations at the Planetarium
18:30 Birth and death of stars – a sweeping glimpse into the life of stars in various masses.
19:20 Journey between moons – on our moon and other moons in the solar system.
Hurry to book tickets for the presentations, limited number of places.
Place for the presentations is limited! Pre-purchase on the website of the Cultural Center at a nominal cost of 25 NIS per presentation. Participation in the event is designated for ages 11 and up
The Tel Aviv Port, together with the Israel Space Agency, is holding Space Week at the port on January 27-31.
The host of activities includes a photographic exhibition and interactive attractions such as the Google Glass and new computer games, as well as a workshop for people who want to learn about photographing space (January 30 at 11 a.m.). Free entrance.
For the full program and details in Hebrew go to http:// most.gov.il/SLH/spaceweek
As part of the Israeli Space Week events, the Tel Aviv Cinematheque will feature a special screening schedule of space-themed films. Admission to these special screenings is free – but reservation is required (03-6060800, extension 1). The screening schedule is as follows:
26/1/14, 20:30 – Gravity
27/1/14, 19:30 – The Right Stuff
30/1/14, 20:30 – 2010
31/1/14, 14:00 – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galax