How many stars does the sky have?, an event of the Bucharest Astronomy Observatory, will take place on October 3rd, 17th and 31st. The event is a presentation and observation of the number of stars in the universe. For this purpose, participants will be introduced to an astronomy program and a database of real of astronomy observations. The presentation is a projection, accompanied by live explanations. Participants will get the opportunity to see what the sky looks like when observed with the naked eye and through a telescope. They will also get to see a collection of celestial objects observed so far by astronomers.

Another event, called Travel through the Universe, will take place on October 10th and 24th, starting 19.00 at Palatul Sutu. The event is based on an astronomy program created by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) and a regular projection, accompanied by live explanations.

Entrance tickets cost RON 5. Seating is limited to 100 places but a minimum of 10 attendants is required for the presentation to take place. Organizers don’t advise on the attendance of children younger than 8.

A trailer of the presentation is available below.