Kilimanjaro Planetarium is a space based education project operated by RADA 360 LTD. This exciting STEM project aims to inspire students to explore the wonders of the cosmos and pursue a career in science and innovation. This project utilizes a mobile dome and a telescope to provide an immersive learning experience for students, as they discover the mysteries of space, including the moon, stars, planets, galaxies, and constellations.

In addition to the dome and telescope, the project also features a High Altitude weather balloon, which allows students to collect data on weather patterns and atmospheric conditions from high altitudes. This provides students with a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience with weather science and data analysis.

Through the Kilimanjaro Planetarium project, students can engage in interactive and fun activities that make science both enjoyable and entertaining. This inspires students to believe in their dreams and fosters their creativity and imagination, as they explore new horizons and discover the possibilities of science and innovation.

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The Planetarium is a very inspiring and enjoyable immersive environment for you to get entertained as you learn about the celestial realm. Enjoy the views and feel like you are traveling through space, landing on the moon, or navigating through the different planets and stars…

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