Activities

Upcoming activities

Planetalia: the planets’ party

Free entrance
With a privileged view over the sky to the South, the Museum of Lisbon – Roman Theatre is an excellent location to observe with telescopes the Moon, Jupiter and Saturn. This is also a chance for the whole family to learn more about the Universe.

Past activities

Noites no Observatório – Black Holes: New Horizons

Free entrance
Black holes are extremely twisted regions in space (and in time). Learn the journey of the human reasoning about these mysterious objects, and explore the mechanisms invented to detect them.

Noites no Observatório – Extraordinary Space Meeting

Free entrance
This month, we invite you to a special meeting, where we will discuss some of the most inspiring and relevant topics in space exploration.

Noites no Observatório – Strange lifeforms

Free entrance
Are there on Earth organisms capable of surviving in the conditions found in other planets of the Solar System? Let's explore the limits of what we can consider as living.

Noites no Observatório – Planets to the sound of the stars

Free entrance
This month, in the session Noites no Observatório, learn how astronomers "listen" to the sound of the stars, and then use that information to characterise with very high detail the planets around them.

Mars 2030: Session 4 – Beyond Mars

Which other places in the Solar System can we try to inhabit? Will the future generations have a colony awaiting them on one exoplanet? A conversation with researchers Nuno Santos and Ricardo Louro about going beyond Mars.

Mars 2030: Session 3 – Surviving on Mars

How can a staffed space mission survive on Mars? Which mineral and energetic resources will be available? A conversation with Isabel Abreu e Pedro Machado about surviving on Mars.