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Ago in Debrecen awaits you with private educational sessions

The Agóra Science Experience Center in Debrecen is open and visitors are welcome on the remaining days of the winter break, from Wednesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 5 pm. In addition to experiencing our interactive games, interested parties can choose from exciting hourly programming. On the Agóra website, you can find information about current daily programmes: demos, planetarium lectures and film screenings.

We accept groups of at least 20 people – after prior consultation and confirmation – outside opening hours. Groups are required to register at least 7 days in advance of their visit www.agoradebrecen.hu Through a website.

Working hours during the winter break

  1. January 3-5 The Experience Center welcomes visitors from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Firmware

In the interactive space of the Agóra Science Experience Center, you can try nearly forty special games that are closely related to some scientific phenomena. In addition, visitors can participate in demos and educational lectures several times daily in the Experience Center. An overview of the detailed daily programs A www.agoradebrecen.hu Interested parties can find information on the website.

Agóra Center of Scientific Expertise in Debrecen

Programs in the digital planetarium

In the wake of comets

In our sky, the members of our solar system are in constant motion: we can see the movement of the Sun and the Moon, as well as the irregular wanderings of the planets. Sometimes meteors pass overhead, and sometimes plumes called comets appear in the sky. But what exactly are comets, what are they made of, what do they look like, and why do they appear to be rare phenomena? The astronomy show looks for answers to these questions.

Let's shoot down the stars!

Night sky during the day in Agora! Under the massive dome, 8 meters in diameter, an Agora astronomer is giving a lecture. In a 20-25 minute programme, those interested can learn more about the winter constellations and current celestial phenomena.

Agóra Center of Scientific Expertise in Debrecen

Satellites

What are the benefits of satellites and what is their future? What do galactic spacecraft know? What is the impact of space technology developments on our lives? Produced in cooperation with the staff of the TIT Budapest Planetarium and the Czech, Polish, Slovak and German Planetariums, the Full Dome film showcases the goals and achievements of European satellites, and also reveals how space research affects our daily lives.

From Earth to the Universe

The European Southern Observatory's full dome, half-hour film, spans amazing distances in time and space. From the birth of the universe to the last moments of the solar system, we can follow the lives of stars and planets, the milestones of ancient and modern space exploration, and the relationship between man and outer space. The Hungarian version was prepared by the Agóra Science Experience Center. Narrator: Clary Varga

Europa interstellar

Since when have people been watching the stars? How did we discover that the universe is expanding? Why does the largest European observatory operate outside Europe? The Full Dome film provides an insight behind the scenes of the European Southern Observatory and reveals how the world's most powerful telescope was built. The half-hour film is shown in English.

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Our life-giving star, the Sun

Is the existence of the sun really self-evident? Will you always shine on us like this? Why can we say that the sun is the source of all life on Earth? There are still more questions than answers about our closest star to life. The stunning half-hour, full-dome film is shown in English.

At the Planetarium, a limited number of visitors can participate in the programs on a first-come, first-served basis with an entrance ticket to the Agora. Planetarium shows are recommended for ages 6 and up. About the Planetarium's Current Programs A www.agoradebrecen.hu Information can be found on the website.

Thematic programmes

January 6, Saturday 10:30-11:30

Weekend Science: Rolling Robots

Exciting scientific adventures await children in the series of educational programs. During the one-hour sessions, participants can get a glimpse into the mysteries of various fields of science.

In the family session, participants can get to know the Sphero Edu SPRK+ interactive educational robot. With the help of the cute spherical robot, interested parties can taste the secrets of programming in a playful way.

Recommended age: from 8 years

You can participate in the program with an entrance ticket to Agora. Ago can only accept a limited number of session visitors, so it's worth registering in advance. Pre-registrations can be made via [email protected] They are waiting for you at your email address. The one-hour session begins at 11:30, with the meeting taking place in the reception area.

Sunday, January 7, 10:30-11:30

Digital roaming

Have you ever met a human-like robot? Have you petted a robot dog? Have you ever controlled a robot arm? Who dares to stand up to the robot in the Rubik's Cube puzzle? You know what makes a home “smart.” How does a 3D printer work? In this program, those interested can learn about the latest achievements in the field of information technology and try out some of the tools.

Recommended age: 8-99 years old

You can participate in the program with an entrance ticket to Agora. We can only accept a limited number of family session visitors, so it is worth registering in advance. Pre-registrations can be made via [email protected] We are waiting for you by email. The program begins at 10:30 a.m. and meets in the reception area.

Saturday, January 13, from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm

Creative Science: Snowflakes

As part of the Fun Sessions series, every two weeks on Saturdays, children can learn about natural science phenomena through interesting creative tasks, and can make their own toys, which they can of course take home.

Did you know that no two snowflakes are alike? Can an ice crystal be any color other than white? During the session, children can make unique, colorful and special snowflakes that do not melt and can decorate their room for a long time.

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You can participate in the program with an entrance ticket to Agora. During the hour and a half, children can join the session at any time under parental supervision. Location: Interactive space, minimum age: 5 years.

Sunday, January 14, 10:30-11:30

Digital roaming

Have you ever met a human-like robot? Have you petted a robot dog? Have you ever controlled a robot arm? Who dares to stand up to the robot in the Rubik's Cube puzzle? You know what makes a home “smart.” How does a 3D printer work? In this program, those interested can learn about the latest achievements in the field of information technology and try out some of the tools.

Recommended age: 8-99 years old

You can participate in the program with an entrance ticket to Agora. We can only accept a limited number of family session visitors, so it is worth registering in advance. Pre-registrations can be made via [email protected] We are waiting for you by email. The program begins at 10:30 a.m. and meets in the reception area.

Agóra Center of Scientific Expertise in Debrecen

Saturday, January 20, 10:30-11:30

Science at the Weekend: Winter Dreamers

Exciting scientific adventures await children in the series of educational programs. During the one-hour sessions, participants can get a glimpse into the mysteries of various fields of science.

Do you know what animals hibernate? How does hibernation work and what is an insect hotel? During the session, children can learn when and why animals begin to hibernate.

Recommended age: from 8 years

You can participate in the program with an entrance ticket to Agora. Ago can only accept a limited number of session visitors, so it's worth registering in advance. Pre-registrations can be made via [email protected] They are waiting for you at your email address. The one-hour session begins at 11:30, with the meeting taking place in the reception area.

Sunday, January 21, 10:30-11:30

Digital roaming

Have you ever met a human-like robot? Have you petted a robot dog? Have you ever controlled a robot arm? Who dares to stand up to the robot in the Rubik's Cube puzzle? You know what makes a home “smart.” How does a 3D printer work? In this program, those interested can learn about the latest achievements in the field of information technology and try out some of the tools.

Recommended age: 8-99 years old

You can participate in the program with an entrance ticket to Agora. We can only accept a limited number of family session visitors, so it is worth registering in advance. Pre-registrations can be made via [email protected] We are waiting for you by email. The program begins at 10:30 a.m. and meets in the reception area.

Saturday, January 27 from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm

Creative Science: A Penguin Adventure

As part of the Fun Sessions series, every two weeks on Saturdays, children can learn about natural science phenomena through interesting creative tasks, and can make their own toys, which they can of course take home with them.

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Why do penguins use their wings and why are their tail feathers so stiff? In this session, children can make their own black and white birds and learn lots of interesting facts about these fun animals.

You can participate in the program with an entrance ticket to Agora. During the hour and a half, children can join the session at any time under parental supervision. Location: Interactive space, minimum age: 5 years.

February preview

Saturday, February 3, 10:30-11:30

Weekend Science: Piano from Blocks

Exciting scientific adventures await children in the series of educational programs. During the one-hour sessions, participants can get a glimpse into the mysteries of various fields of science.

Discover how the LEGO® world intertwines with music, as an amazing little instrument with a unique sound is created. During the session, kids can use the LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime set to build a mini piano and learn programming basics.

Recommended age: from 8 years

You can participate in the program with an entrance ticket to Agora. Ago can only accept a limited number of session visitors, so it's worth registering in advance. Pre-registrations can be made via [email protected] They are waiting for you at your email address. The one-hour session begins at 11:30, with the meeting taking place in the reception area.

Sunday, February 4, 10:30-11:30

Digital roaming

Have you ever met a human-like robot? Have you petted a robot dog? Have you ever controlled a robot arm? Who dares to stand up to the robot in the Rubik's Cube puzzle? You know what makes a home “smart.” How does a 3D printer work? In this program, those interested can learn about the latest achievements in the field of information technology and try out some of the tools.

Recommended age: 8-99 years old

You can participate in the program with an entrance ticket to Agora. We can only accept a limited number of family session visitors, so it is worth registering in advance. Pre-registrations can be made via [email protected] We are waiting for you by email. The program begins at 10:30 a.m. and meets in the reception area.

Sunday, January 14, 10:30-11:30

Digital roaming

Have you ever met a human-like robot? Have you petted a robot dog? Have you ever controlled a robot arm? Who dares to stand up to the robot in the Rubik's Cube puzzle? You know what makes a home “smart.” How does a 3D printer work? In this program, those interested can learn about the latest achievements in the field of information technology and try out some of the tools.

Recommended age: 8-99 years old

You can participate in the program with an entrance ticket to Agora. We can only accept a limited number of family session visitors, so it is worth registering in advance. Pre-registrations can be made via [email protected] We are waiting for you by email. The program begins at 10:30 a.m. and meets in the reception area.

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