Join the little mouse Armstrong on his hunt for the secret of the moon. Is the moon made of cheese or not?
The inquisitive little mouse Armstrong is fascinated by space, especially the moon. On a clear night, he observes it with his little telescope and is eager to learn more about it. The other mice claim it's made of cheese - but Armstrong doesn't believe it. How can he prove that the moon - like the earth - is made of rock? Finally, he sets about building a rocket in his attic to become the first mouse to fly to the moon. Will he make it? And what adventures await the brave little mouse?
Incl. live part with explanations by the projection staff (only in German).
|Duration||50 min (incl. live part)|
|Genre||Children/ Animation/ Space travel|
|Translation||English, French and Italian (headphones); live part only in German|
|Recommended minimum age||age 5|
|At the end of the main show there will be a live presentation (in German only) featuring the current night sky and astronomical events.Doors open 10 minutes before the start. The screening will start on time. No admission is possible after the start of the show. To be on the safe side, please allow 20 minutes to buy tickets and get to the planetarium.|