On this extraordinary night, we expected the visitors with attractions already in front of the doors to the CSC. At the entrance, you could participate in construction of fullerene and conduct various experiments on the Copernican trolleys. Other attractions were waiting inside the building: six galleries and laboratories. Chemists enlightened the dark night using luminol and showed how some substances surprisingly change their appearance in ultraviolet light. In the Biology Laboratory, through the microscope eyepiece, you could see single-celled animals and plants, while in the Robotics Workshop, you could observe how the air drives machines. Physicists, in turn, presented thermal traces and even radiation from outer space!
The night tour around the centre was even more exciting thanks to telescopic observations of the sky carried out on the patio in front of the planetarium. In the planetarium, you could see the spring version of the Sky over Warsaw and find out what stars shine above our heads.
During the Museums at Night event, the Copernicus Science Centre was visited by 3,5 thousand people and the shows in the planetarium were watched by 1,3 thousand viewers.