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Immersive ‘planetarium’ experience at Museum of Army Flying

 

A mobile planetarium is to be installed at the Museum of Army Flying in Middle Wallop, Hampshire, for two days next week (31/7 & 1/8).

Free to all museum visitors all day on both days, screenings will take the audience on a journey back in time to the trenches in World War One, or being part of the D-Day landings during the Second World War as well as live astronomer presentations taking them to the edge of the universe.

Museum marketing officer, Joe Faretra, said: “There will be something to suit all ages when they come to the museum this summer. The immersive experience will be a great start to the summer programme as it has that wow factor, and what’s more it’s free to any museum visitor.”

Other events taking place over the summer include an Art Award session based on the museum’s First World War collections, and the new Everybody’s Darling exhibition on 3 August.

For more details go to www.armyflying.com or follow the museum on Twitter and Facebook.

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