Shows and schedule for french public holidays

Animated session in 3D

ALL AUDIENCES - 3D

The Planetarium team guides you through our solar system with live commentary. This session is only available in French.

D-Day: Normandy 1944

ALL AUDIENCES - 3D

June 6, 1944: The largest Allied operation of World War II begins in Normandy, France. Yet, few know in detail exactly why and how this region became the most important location in the world from the end of 1943 through August 1944. Blending multiple cinematographic techniques, including animation, CGI and stunning live-action images, “D-Day: Normandy 1944” brings this monumental event to the world’s largest screens for the first time ever. Audiences of all ages, including new generations, will discover how this landing changed the world, from a new perspective. Exploring history, military strategy, science, technology and human values, the film will educate and will appeal to all. Narrated by Tom Brokaw, “D-Day: Normandy 1944” pays tribute to those who gave their lives for our freedom. A duty of memory, a duty of gratitude.

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GranPa and Zoe

ALL AUDIENCES - 3D

Light is an amazing subject, because it can make connection between things that generally have nothing in common. This film plays on our amazement by conveying the message through the story of an ageing koala and a young dingo, both of whom are called on to save light!

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Voyager

ALL AUDIENCES - 3D

In 1977, two space probes were launched to explore the farthest planets of the Solar system: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune along with their moons. These spacecraft greatly enriched our knowledge of the distant worlds. Now after four decades they explore the interstellar space. Like two bottles launched into the cosmic ocean, both probes carry an interstellar message – the Golden Record, intended for any alien civilization.

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Explore

ALL AUDIENCES - 3D

Explore tells the story of Man's fascination with the starry sky, from astronomers and astrologers in ancient times to the revolutionary discoveries of Nicolaus Copernicus and Johannes Kepler. It is thanks to Kepler's genius that today's explorers travel through space. A fantastic journey through the history of astronomy in the form of a visual storytelling about the past, present and future adventures of the space explorers.

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Capcom Go: the Apollo Story

ALL AUDIENCES - 3D

50 years ago the first human walked on the moon… discover the story behind this historic moment which will inspire the next generation of explorers and dreamers. On July 20th 1969, 600 million people around the world gathered to witness a historic moment of human achievement broadcast live from the Moon. "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" said Neil Armstrong. The world celebrated as the astronauts took their first steps on the Moon. But few people were aware of just how huge an effort it had taken to get them there. These Apollo 11 astronauts were just 3 of nearly 400,000 people who had worked over ten years towards this goal. But how did they do it? What did it take to put humans on the Moon?

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Each session takes about 50 minutes, including a 3D simulation with live commentary to discover the sky (15 minutes) and afterwards an inspiring film of your choice according to the schedule (35 minutes).

 

A Planetarium ticket grants access to only one session in the Planetarium. You can buy your ticket directly at La Coupole, without reservation.

 

Be careful, sessions start on time, be there in advance!

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