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lunes, 23 de mayo de 2016

Cappelle-la-Grande: de Jules Verne aux mondes de demain, la nouvelle exposition du PLUS (VIDÉO)

Cappelle-la-Grande: de Jules Verne aux mondes de demain, la nouvelle exposition du PLUS (VIDÉO)


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Cappelle-la-Grande: Jules Verne to the worlds of tomorrow, the new exhibition at the PLUS (VIDEO)

PUBLISHED ON  - UPDATED 24/03/2016 16 : 20
BY CATHY GERIG - PHOTO MARC RESIDENCE

"Stories of Jules Verne tomorrow's worlds," the new exhibition at the Palace of the universe and science, is based on quotes visionary Jules Verne to discover the innovations of today, that could inspire one of his novels. The exhibition will be free this weekend.


Between our time and that of Jules Verne, the imagination has not changed much: we always dream to fly, to go faster, to live elsewhere than in a house ... " Jerome Cerotti, director of the Palace the universe and science (PLUS), is no exception to the rule. Rather than opt for a classic exhibition, his team has opted to install " a large workshop to present the innovations that could be the subject of a novel by Jules Verne ."
Lying about 350 m², it was thought to " still give the desire to dream of a world that will evolve for the better ." As in the books of Jules Verne, the various modules will cover three themes dear to science: Earth, space and the oceans, " which we know only 5% ." Each presentation starting point a quote from the writer Amiens. " In 1902 he said : Science still holds some amazing miracles, which completely alter the conditions of life on this Earth. This quote sums up the spirit of the exhibition. "

Discover "the coal of the future"

Interactive, it addresses issues as diverse as transportation, life under the earth, super-capacitors (batteries capable of powering a train and rechargeable through green energy) or electrolysis of water, which Jules Verne said in 1874 that it would be " the coal of the future ", a vision now anything but crazy.
If the exposure is for those who can read, the MOST team has not forgotten the little ones. A puppet waiting for the resource center. Created for the occasion, it is called the outlandish adventures of Master Verne . Tales readings are also planned.
Saturday and Sunday from 14 am to 19 pm, the exhibition will be free. Then from Tuesday to Friday from 9 am to 18: 30 pm (closing at 17 pm Ticket 30). holidays, Saturdays and Sundays, 14 am to 19 pm. Price: € 4; under 18, 2.50 €; free for children under 5. More information on http://www.le-plus.fr
This Saturday conference as part of the opening of the exhibition: "Why continue the exploration of the Moon," at 17 h 30, by Serge Chevrel, the Research Institute in Astrophysics and Planetology.
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