The impressive Museum of the Moon arrives for the first time in Chile

There you’ll be able to see a 3D replica of the Moon, seven meters in diameter, with incredible details of craters and valleys, part of a show that also includes live music.

There you’ll be able to see a 3D replica of the Moon, seven meters in diameter, with incredible details of craters and valleys, part of a show that also includes live music.


Places like Lincoln Cathedral in the United Kingdom, Burgos Town Hall in Spain, and the Cathedral of Saint-Front-à-Pereggio in France were sights. Moon Museum.

Art installation where the protagonist A A wonderful replica of the moon And he wanders around the world.

And this year, after being shown in Canada and the United States, the Museum of the Moon First time in Chile with him An amazing show that blends art, science, lights and music.

Photo: Museum of the Moon

Where can it be seen? in it El Bohio Park, Sheraton Santiago Hotel. In Providencia, at the foot of the San Cristobal hill, where it will be served for three days, Between Sunday 26 and Tuesday 28 March.

That’s as far as this installation will go. British artist Luke Jeromeknown for his large-scale interventions that he takes in various venues, such as when he put on an aerial orchestra on hot air balloons.

One of his most successful creations is the Museo de Luna, which now reaches Chile after its creation in more than 100 placesin countries such as the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Austria, Iceland, China and Japan, among others.

The moon is in 3D and real scale

Photo: Museum of the Moon

There, the person stealing attention is A.J 3D replica of the Moon, seven meters in diameter and at a scale of 1: 500,000, Which means that every centimeter of it represents about 5 real kilometers of natural satellite.

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In fact, it was created From accurate pictures of the moon Taken by the NASA Astronomy Center and therefore presents Detailed observation of its surface, craters, mountains and valleys.

Thus, it presents the fusion of images and lights, to which sound is added, with a Tailored music
specially for the sample by BAFTA Award-winning composer Dan Jones.

An impressive installation that you can see at the Sheraton Hotel from 7 p.m., where the moon is It will light up and rise to a height of more than three metres And as part of showing that too Includes live music.

This, because it will also be presented with the Museum of the Moon Sebastian Anzaldo, Frank Sinatra Tribute Artist And behind shows like him legends in concert, from Las Vegas.

Under Luke Jerham’s Moonlight, he’ll be singing Sinatra classics, like the inevitable Fly me to the moon.

Museum of the Moon tickets are sold through pontoticket It also includes wine and cocktail tastings.

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