Zagreb Observatory Visit

Zagreb Observatory Visit

On February 15th the MYP0 and MYP1 students visited the Zagreb Astronomical Observatory. At the Observatory we expanded our Geography and Science knowledge about the space – planets, stars, galaxies, asteroids. We learnt that Earth is a big place but within the Solar System it is quite small and it would take 1.3 million planets the size of Earth to fil up the Sun; the Sun consists of 99.8% of the Solar System’s mass; the hottest planet is not the closest planet to the Sun but Venus and the coldest is Uranus; there are so many stars in our solar system that they outnumber the tiny grains of sand that litter all of Earth’s beaches combined!

Everybody got a chance to look through a big telescope and observe the Sun. After admiring a great view of our city from the top of the Priest’s Tower in which the Observatory is located we came back to school with good impressions and new exciting experiences.



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