Zero Gravity

Third floor- Exhibition created jointly with the European Space Agency (ESA)
Niño girando sobre sí mismo sin moverse gracias a la fuerza del movimiento de una rueda que sujeta en sus manos

"Zero Gravity" , an exhibition that discover the phenomena generated by the sun and how these affect life on Earth , the purposes and usefulness of large space telescopes , the research teams that operate them and how they get the energy they need to work. You also have the opportunity to take a walk to the International Space Station following the directions of astronaut Pedro Duque.

You'll find spectacular new images of space along with an overview of current and future space missions of the European Space Agency (ESA), as well as a projection room where you will experience the feeling of vastness in space. All this is illustrated with numerous photographs taken by the Hubble space telescope during its 25 years in orbit, which have allowed the capturing, among other things, of impressive images of stars, planets, and galaxies.

Due to the current situation some modules or parts of the exhibition may not be open for security reasons