The Mobile Planetarium Exhibit has been drawing long lines since it started accepting visitors last October 26, 2022 at the Atrium of at Limketkai Mall in Cagayan de Oro City and tomorrow, October 30 will be the last day. Tickets are FREE but due to high number of individuals eager to be amazed by the 30-minute stargazing sessions, organizers have set a “FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE” basis to secure a ticket and time slot.

Kids and adults alike will be amazed by its unique projection.

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Visitors are advised to go to the venue for the ticket release which starts at 10:00am. After getting a ticket in a specific time slot, do come five (5) minutes before time. The maximum number of participants per session will be twenty-five (25). The 30-minute session includes stargazing sessions, image projection, and formal lectures. See below the viewing schedules (time slots) for tomorrow, October 30. First session starts at 10:30am with the last at 7:10pm.

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Check out the lines of visitors who wait for several minutes just to get the chance of stargazing. Many don’t have tickets and are like “chance participants” if there are still slots available in a session. Although it can only accommodate 25, they have allowed a maximum of 35 in one session lately.

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Photos below by Project LUPAD.

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By the way, the permanent Planetarium will be opening soon in El Salvador City right beside PAGASA Station.

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