Each year the Air and Space Museum Paris Le Bourget opens its doors at night for astronomy enthusiasts. Professionals or neophytes come and observe the stars!
This rendez-vous with space is not to be missed: Free night observations and activities are scheduled in the planetarium and Space hall. Observe the stars with a telescope and those just visible to the naked-eye on the tarmac at the Air and Space Museum: the constellations of the Great Bear and Little Bear, the triangle of summer nights that serves as the starting point to locate other stars.
Helped by an animator, you will learn how to discover the sky by night and maybe you will have a chance to see some shooting stars too! During this special event, the Air and Space Museum will close exceptionally at one o’clock in the morning (temporary closure between 6:00pm and 9:00pm).