Planetarium Constanta modernised from own funds

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Planetarium Constanta modernised from own funds


Planetarium Constanta modernised from own funds

Planetarium, built in 1969, was upgraded to 130,000 lei from own funds, replaced seats, ceiling and pavement exchanged and bought a digital projection device, transmits Mediafax.


Director of the Natural Science Museum Complex Constanta, Adrian Balbi, said Monday in a press conference chairs that were replaced were exchanged ceiling and pavement and was bought a digital projector.

“The ceiling and the pavement were changed, the ground is now in stairways, which favors visibility.Another is replacing seats armchair cinema, as I had before, with special planetarium seats inclined at 15 degrees because people have to look up and must have a corresponding seat.Complementing the analog camera that I’ve used for years I bought a digital camera with the comprehensive and scientific and educative our offer within the meaning of the possibility of examining more closely the celestial objects in greater detail, “said Adrian Balbi.

He said that the total investment is 130,000 lei, own funds, most of the money being invested in buying digital camera.

“The projector has cost 80,000 lei and 50,000 lei was the rehabilitation room,” said director of the Natural Science Museum Complex.

Work began in October this year, it was concluded earlier this month.

He said he would continue to be used and analog design, in addition to digital, from the work room and lost ten.

“The number of seats decreased by ten because the seats are wider, but increased comfort. We now have 60 seats, “said Adrian Balbi.

The ticket price is 10 lei for adults, 5 lei oentru students and groups the rate is 3 lei per person.Currently, the Planetarium held three demonstrations a day.

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The planetarium, built in 1969, was the first aim of the Natural Sciences Museum Complex, which also includes the Dolphinarium, microreserve, Astronomical Observatory, representing attractions for tourists during the summer season.



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