Ladies and trans ladies get free exhibits at Nationwide Planetarium on March 8

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The Nationwide Planetarium carries the LGBTQ+ flag throughout 2019’s Pleasure Month in June. Picture: Instagram/@natmuseumph

Ladies and transgender ladies can watch exhibits on the Nationwide Planetarium at no cost on March 8.

The Nationwide Museum introduced the particular provide on Sunday, March 1, on its social media pages, in  celebration of Worldwide Ladies’s Day.

The exhibits on the planetarium are “Hayabusa Back to the Earth” and “A Planet for Goldilocks.”

The primary chronicles the journey of Hayabusa, a Japanese area probe that was despatched to gather samples from an asteroid in an try to find secrets and techniques of our photo voltaic system. The latter is in regards to the strategies astronomers use to discover a planet that’s appropriate for all times.

The schedule of exhibits on the planetarium is linked under.

The planetarium is open on Tuesdays to Sundays. From Tuesday to Saturday, the planetarium has exhibits at 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. Admission is priced at P50 for normal viewers, P30 for college students with ID and P40 for senior residents and PWDs.

In the meantime, entrance to the Nationwide Museum has been free since July 2016.  /ra

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