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Free Admission to the Reopened Planetarium Gives You a New Reason to Care About the Universe
Only until the end of May.
IMAGE La La Land
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Good news for all science geeks: watching the shows at the National Museum’s Planetarium will continue to be free, at least until the end of May. If you haven’t caught a film there yet, now is the time, especially since the planetarium has just updated its projection system to offer full dome shows.

If you don't care much for astronomy, or the origin of our Universe, at least now you and your La La Land lovin’ girlfriend can reenact the film's planetarium scene in real life. Maybe learn something about science, too, while you’re there. This month, the planetarium is featuring three films: A Planet for Goldilocks, Journey to a Billion Suns and Hayabusa. You can check out their trailers below.

For the list of the planetarium's shows, visit the National Museum's Facebook page.

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