Astronomical Route of Chelva

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During the course of the activity we can travel through the Solar System knowing details of each of the planets through an astronomical path. Thus we will know that the Sun is the closest star to Earth and that it has a diameter equivalent to 110 times that of planet Earth. We will be able to know what Mercury is like, the smallest planet in the Solar System or Venus where it rains sulfuric acid.

In astronomical observation, we will learn through an astronomical viewpoint with an interpretive table and an astronomical laser pointer to locate constellations such as the Big Dipper or stars like the Polar. A large robotic telescope will show us the Moon as if we could "walk" through it, with its craters; Jupiter with its bands and its satellites or Saturn with its rings. Objects like nebulae, star clusters or galaxies will be available from this part of the Alto Turia.


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