Italy Piedmont Turin Pino Torinese Inauguration of the new museum area of the Turin Museum Planetarium Astronomy and Space INFINI.TO 17th October 2014
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Dimensions:4748 x 3159 px | 40.2 x 26.7 cm | 15.8 x 10.5 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:17 October 2014
Location:Italy Piedmont Turin Pino Torinese
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Opened Friday, October 17 in Pino Torinese, Turin, the new layout of the Museum of Astronomy and Space "INFINI.TO", a center of scientific popularization unique in its 40 interactive stations are also suitable for small children. Travel to Mars, simulations of the gravitational force of Jupiter, manipulation of the magnetic field, visions of the universe in 3D, walking among thousands of stars and planetary system with the full dome Digistar 5, are just some of the facilities that lovers science can be used within the structure to discover all the secrets of the Universe. Present at the inauguration of the new arrangement, the Astronaut and astrophysicist Umberto Guidoni (famous for being the first European to visit the International Space Station), which has met the public recounting his experience and answering a lot of curiosity.