Expert:innenvortrag
How do we discover new worlds?

Thema: Naturwissenschaften
Schlagworte: Astronomie und Physik
Altersgruppe: 7 - 14 Jahre und 14+ Jahre

Rogue planets are planets that, unlike the Earth or other objects in the solar system, do not orbit a star but roam freely in the Galaxy. We will talk about this very special type of object. How can we detect them? How were they formed? What properties do they have? These are some of the challenging questions that scientists are currently trying to answer.

Vagabundierender Planet

Rogue planets are planets that, unlike the Earth or other objects in the solar system, do not orbit a star but roam freely in the Galaxy. We will talk about this very special type of object. How can we detect them? How were they formed? What properties do they have? These are some of the challenging questions that scientists are currently trying to answer.

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Erster Einlass: 17:00
Letzter Einlass: 23:00

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