The Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències is also organising a new edition of 'Passport to Space' in collaboration with the European Space Agency

Oct 6, 2020

- It coincides with the international celebration of Space Week - The prizes are visits to the facilities of the European Space Agency and NASA, in Madrid, as well as the Astronomical Observatory in Aras de los Olmos
 The Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències is also organising a new edition of 'Passport to Space' in collaboration with the European Space Agency

The Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències, in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA), presents 'Passport to Space' for the seventh consecutive year, coinciding with the celebration of World Space Week.

'Passport to Space' aims to arouse interest in astronomy and space sciences.  The public will enjoy and learn by doing different activities as a family, which are especially recommended for those 6 and over. 

In this new edition, participants can activate their digital passports in order to get to do the astronomy activities organised by the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències.

The screenings at the Hemisfèric, the Space Simulator and the guided tour of the exhibition 'Mars. The conquest of a dream', in the Museu de les Ciències, in addition to the educational lectures on astronomy and the visit to the 'Astronomy Garden', at the Umbracle, are some of the activities offered.

The way to participate is to take a photo of the ticket purchased and send it to pasaportealespacio@cac.es. In the case of the 'Astronomy Garden', an area of open access, the participants are invited to share a photo of one of the modules on social networks, citing the official accounts of the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències with the tag #PasaportealEspacio.

The period for delivering the passport finishes on 21 May 2021; people younger than 11 must get at least 4 stamps and those over 11 a total of 5 activities.

After completing the passport with valid evidence, a drawing will be held for all participants who can win visits to the facilities of the European Space Agency and NASA in Madrid, as well as the Astronomical Observatory in Aras de los Olmos.