Appointment with everybody on Saturday, July 21st, at 8.00 pm on the magnificent terrace overlooking the Strait and under the Stars, for an exciting evening in collaboration with the Planetarium Pythagoras, a cultural partner of the National Archaeological Museum of Reggio Calabria.
The director of the Monte Porzio Catone Astronomical Observatory in Rome, Angelo Antonelli, will hold a Conference on the very suggestive and captivating theme: “Is anybody there? Astronomy in search of new worlds “. “It will guide the public on an adventurous journey on the trail of habitable planets scattered throughout the universe”, the scientific director of the Planetarium Professor Angela Misiano says.
The probability that among the billions of billions of stellar systems in the Cosmos there existed a form of technologically advanced civilization such as ours and that there is still intelligent life is very high, Misiano states. “Inside our little garden of the Milky Way with its 100 billion stars there must have been one extraterrestrial civilization”.
The staff of the Planetarium will accompany the public to the observation of the Sky.