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The Science Caravan Dome is a weekend attraction at the CCB

Posted on 11/26/2022 03:50

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In November this year, the CCBB had a special multicultural science and technology program to celebrate the bicentenary of independence. at the end of this week , Caravan dome It ends the free program that started at the beginning of the month in partnership with the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.

Image projections that tell the story of the light are presented in a large spherical tent erected outside the CCBB especially for the event. The dome, with a diameter of 8 meters and a height of 4 meters, provides the audience with immersion in the scientific universe, based on the flight of the digital system. Secretary of Research and Scientific Training of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation Marcelo Morales believes that the journey offered by Domo is a “unique experience full of knowledge”.

Projections run until Sunday, from 12am, every 15 minutes, until 20pm. There are four sessions per hour, each lasting about six minutes and seating up to 30 people. The Caravan Dome is free to all audiences and has free admission, but tickets must be obtained at the CCBB website or at a local box office.

Morales says the caravan, which began on November 8, was designed to awaken the public’s curiosity about science in Brasilia: “It’s about presenting science in different forms, for all kinds of audiences, with the aim of raising people’s awareness about the importance of science in the process of our country’s independence.” Performances, lectures, interactive and multimedia exhibitions were part of the programme, which will end with the Domo this weekend.

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Science caravan dome

Sessions are every 15 minutes, from 12 to 20 hours, on November 25, 26 and 27 at Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (SCES, Section 2, Brasília, DF). Free entry with ticket withdrawal. Free for all audiences.

* Interned under Severino Francisco