On October 24, Argentina celebrates Astronomy Day. The ephemeris arises in memory of the first Astronomical Observatory of our country, which is none other than the one inaugurated in Córdoba in 1871 and which gave its name to the neighborhood in which it is still located today.

Taking advantage of the event and the attraction that always generates looking up at the sky, the Cordovan astronomer Armando Mudrik talks about the fascination caused by this discipline. The young scientist is part of the Plaza Cielo Tierra work team, a joint initiative of the National University of Córdoba and the Provincial Government that brings science closer to the general public, especially children.

Within the framework of this date, visiting Plaza Cielo Tierra is an ideal plan for the whole family. There are also guided visits to schools and special activities throughout the year. The space has everything for the little ones to have a good time while learning about science.

Plaza Cielo Tierra is on Bv. Chacabuco 1300. To schedule a visit, enter HERE.

Telephones (0351) 433 3419 – 433 3424.

Every Monday at 10 a.m. the turnero is enabled to reserve visits from Tuesday to Friday, and on Thursdays for visits from Saturday to Sunday.

Read more: https://canalc.com.ar/por-que-el-24-de-octubre-es-el-dia-de-la-astronomia-argentina/