The StarLincs mobile planetarium allows children at Chuter Ede to see the night sky
Pupils enjoyed a space-tastic experience day with an out-of-this-world visit from a travelling plantarium.
Chuter Ede Primary School’s year five pupils at both the Fernwood and Balderton sites had a visit from StarLincs mobile planetarium, an inflatable dome that allows children to see the night sky.
The pupils could crawl inside a tunnel into the dome, where a projector showed them the constellations found in the sky, and explained the history behind their names and the connections to Greek mythology.
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