The Hayden Planetarium Space Theater will open its doors inside the American Museum of Natural History on limited capacity, one year after its closure on Wednesday. Although the museum reopened in September, the planetarium remained closed until later. Movie theaters across the city can welcome the audience, Which was granted permission earlier this month.
Viewers will get to see “World beyond the world, “A film narrated by actress Lupita Nyong’o that brings a journey across the solar system to viewers (based on actual data from NASA’s space missions). It opened about two months before lockdown and in six years The museum had its first new space show. Although the planetarium can accommodate 429 people, only 48 will be allowed per exhibit.
“This kind of approach, real science, affects performance with real data, connecting you like never before,” said Astrophysicist and Planetarium director, Neil DeGrasse Tyson. “I regard the Hayden planetarium as the public’s costume.”
He said, “The layers of investigation are infinite, and the deeper you go, the more real space becomes for you.”
There will be seven shows per day from 10:30 am, visitors are required to register in advance for tickets on time.