Exhibitions and Art Installations

As part of the Festival of the Planets, the following exhibitions and art installations will be open to the public:

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European Planetary Science Congress Exhibition
Exhibition, hands-on activities and space busking
Date: Tuesday 10 September 2013 and Thursday 12 September 2013
Time: 10:00 am - 18:00 pm
Venue: University College London Quad
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Another Way of Seeing
Exhibition of work by seven contemporary artists that have been inspired by planetary science.
Date: Monday 9 September 2013 - Monday 30 September 2013
Time: 10:00 am - 18:00 pm
Venue: University College London
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Ten Miles of Mars
Showcase of a recent image of the surface of Mars, displayed on a grand scale (3 x 40 metres).
Date: Sunday 8 September 2013 - Friday 13 December 2013
Time: 10:00 am - 18:00 pm
Venue: North Cloister, University College London
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The Moon in the Marble Hall
Display of manuscripts, books and pictures from the Royal Society's archive looking at the history of Moon science, from Christopher Wren’s construction of a lunar globe for Charles II, to the Apollo missions.
Date: Monday 9 September 2013 - Friday 27 September 2013
Time: 10:00 am - 17:00 pm
Venue: Marble Hall, Royal Society
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Visions of the Universe
Don't miss the 13-metre projected Mars panorama in Royal Museums Greenwich's summer blockbuster exhibition (in its final weeks).
Date: Friday 7 June - Sunday 15 September 2013
Time: 10:00 am - 17:00 pm
Venue: National Maritime Museum
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 Goodacre Moon

Snapshots from space history
This website showcases a small selection of the historic space pictures in the UCL/NASA Regional Planetary Image Facility, many of them never published online before, others only ever in low resolution. See prints of the image in Space Busking Sessions at the European Planetary Science Congress 2013 Exhibition.
Date:  14:00-16:00, Tuesday 10 September and Thursday 12 September
Venue: University College London Quad
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