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Event archive

In our archive you will find all past events.

  • 11.09.
    2021

    Hallesche Sternstunde #13

    Mitteldeutsches Multimediazentrum | Mansfelder Str. 56 Halle (Saale) | 5.00 p.m.

    The Hallesche Sternstunde in September with the director of the Halle (Saale) Planetarium, Dirk Schlesier, is devoted not only to the autumn starry sky but also to news from astronomy and space travel. This autumn, a German astronaut is to fly into space again.

  • 12.08.
    2021

    Picnic under the stars with a lecture on shooting stars and a view of the moon through a telescope

    Oberburg Giebichenstein | 9.00 pm

    Once again this year, the Stadtmuseum Halle (Saale) is organising a "Picnic under the Stars" at the Oberburg during the shooting star season, every evening between 9 and 12 August from 7 p.m. to midnight. On 12 August at 9 pm, the Sternfreunde of the Gesellschaft für astronomische Bildung e.V. (Society for Astronomical Education) will present interesting facts about shooting stars. In addition, employees of the Halle Planetarium will point a large telescope at the moon and show craters and lunar mountains under clear skies.

  • 11.08.
    2021

    AVAILABLE FROM 1 July: From Salt to the Stars - From the Stars to Salt | Puppentheater Halle | Planetarium Halle

    "From the salt to the stars - From the stars to the salt".
    A puppet wonders through ...
    Film by Puppentheater Halle and Planetarium Halle for children aged 7 and over
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  • 10.06.
    2021

    Solar eclipse June 10, 2021

    LIVESTREAM from 11:15 a.m.

    Among the highlights of astronomical observation are clearly eclipses of all kinds. They have a fascinating effect on all observers, especially a solar eclipse. For the first time in six years, a partial solar eclipse can be seen again over Central Europe on June 10, 2021, and we will be there via livestream. At noon, the moon passes in front of the solar disk and covers part of the sun. Under clear skies, this astronomical event can be observed in Germany and elsewhere. In more northern areas like Canada, Greenland and Russia even an annular solar eclipse will be visible. In addition to annotated live images of the sun from different regions of Germany, we offer interesting facts, images and animations about the solar eclipse, tips and tricks for observation, virtual flights to the sun and exciting expert discussions. We are accompanying this exciting astronomical event together with the Gesellschaft deutschsprachiger Planetarien (GDP) and the Vereinigung der Sternfreunde e.V. (VdS). Moderation: Kristin Linde (Stiftung Planetarium Berlin) and Björn Voss (GDP, LWL-Planetarium Münster) Caution: Observe the sun only with certified solar eclipse glasses!

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  • 06.03.
    2021

    Hallesche Sternstunde #11

    The 11th Hallesche Sternstunde will be available as an online edition from 6 March.

    In an entertaining event, the director of the planetarium presents the sights in the starry sky of the coming weeks. There will also be reports on the current status of three Mars missions and on curiosities in space.

     

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  • 18.02.
    2021

    Livestream: Landing on Mars!

    The Stiftung Planetarium Berlin and the Society of German-Language Planetariums will accompany the arrival of NASA's "Mars 2020" mission on February 18, starting at 8:30 p.m.

    After months of flying through space, the landing of the NASA space probe of the "Mars 2020" mission on the red planet is imminent on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021, at around 9:50 p.m. (CET). On board are the rover "Perseverance" and the mini-helicopter "Ingenuity". The Gesellschaft Deutschsprachiger Planetarien (GDP) and the Stiftung Planetarium Berlin (SPB) will accompany this exciting mission with a livestream on the YouTube channel of the Stiftung Planetarium Berlin starting at 8:30 pm.

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  • 21.12.
    2020

    Livestream for the meeting of Jupiter and Saturn

    Livestream

    The countdown is on: On Dec. 21, a very special astronomical event awaits us in the early evening. The two planets Jupiter and Saturn are so close together in the early evening sky deep in the southwest that they seem to merge into a single bright point of light in the sky to the naked eye. The Society of German-Speaking Planetariums in cooperation with the LWL Planetarium Münster and the Planetarium Berlin Foundation will report live on this from 16:30 CET - bringing together various livestreams from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

  • 05.12.
    2020

    Hallesche Sternstunde #10

    Online - Event

    This year, just before Christmas the two planets Jupiter and Saturn will have a close encounter. At the moment, we can watch Jupiter and Saturn getting closer and closer every evening. On 21 December, they will finally reach their closest distance. This celestial event, astronomically known as the "great conjunction", only occurs every 20 years. Dirk Schlesier, director of the Halle Planetarium, will provide information about this event in the 10th Halle Star Hour and report on other news from astronomy, space travel and about the new planetarium.

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  • 27.10.
    2020

    Topping-out ceremony Planetarium Halle

    Online - Event

    Due to the Corona pandemic, the city of Halle (Saale) can only celebrate the topping-out ceremony for Saxony-Anhalt's largest planetarium without guests. So that all interested citizens can nevertheless take part, the topping-out ceremony will be broadcast simultaneously on the internet and Dirk Schlesier, director of the planetarium, will take the guests on a tour of the planetarium construction site to present the current state of construction.

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  • 05.09.
    2020

    Hallesche Sternstunde #9 in the Ulrich Church

    With the necessary distance and hygiene rules, news from astronomy and space travel will be presented in the special ambience of the Ulrichskirche. The events will focus on the giant planets Jupiter and Saturn as well as Mars, among others.

  • 12.08.
    2020

    Picnic under the stars

    Oberburg Giebichenstein | 20.00 h - 24.00 h

    The Stadtmuseum Halle invites you to a "Picnic under the Starry Sky" at Oberburg Giebichenstein from Sunday, 11 August to Thursday, 15 August, from 8pm - midnight. On 12 August, the Stadtmusuem, in cooperation with the Gesellschaft für astronomische Bildung e. V. (Society for Astronomical Education) and the Planetarium Halle, will also be offering a public viewing with various telescopes. In addition to the shooting stars, the planets Jupiter and Saturn can also be viewed.

     

     

  • 06.06.
    2020

    Hallesche Sternstunden #8

    Online - Event

    In the Halle Star Hour, the director of the planetarium, Dirk Schlesier, presents news from astronomy and space travel. Constellations and impressive images of the planets are shown, including photos of the earth as seen from the planet Saturn through the camera eyes of a space probe.

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