Parsi celebrate space
Monday 25 June 2007
Modified the 04/05/18
Exposition of June 16 to August 31, 2007 - Accès free for the visitors of the monument
This summer, the Eiffel Tower with the head in stars, with an exposure dedicated to fifty years of space conquest, carried out with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the National Center of Space Studies (CNES).
All began one October 4, 1957 with the launching of Sputnik 1, the first artificial satellite of the Earth, which opened the space era. Today this search of elsewhere also became a means for better observing the Earth, communicating and to study the impact of the reheating climatique.
Through 32 photographs exposed in the open air and several films presented at Cineiffel*, the visitors it is possible to admire the Earth seen of Space and to discover the many technological projections as well as the missions spatiales.
Viewers presenting of the stereoscopic photographs (relief) and the posters in 2D offer the feeling to slip into the skin of the astronauts on board the Space Station Internationale.
*espace audio visuel