Planetario de Medellín

El Planetario de Medellín "Jesús Emilio Ramírez", abre sus puertas por primera vez el 10 de octubre de 1984, y desde esta fecha hasta 2008 han visitado sus instalaciones más de un millón de personas. Gestado originalmente en la Sociedad Astronómica del Colegio de San José, dirigida en ese tiempo por el Hno. Daniel Julián González Patiño, renombrado científico, astrónomo, botánico y experto en diversas áreas. Desde la institución nombrada empezó el proceso astronómico en investigativo de la ciudad, ya que allí se encontraba el primer Observatorio Astronómico que tuvo Medellín, saliendo de sus alumnos la posterior idea de crear el Planetario de Medellín.


Copyright: H.David Muñoz Rv360
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 24/03/2009
Hochgeladen: 13/08/2010
Aktualisiert: 05/03/2015


Tags: medellin; colombia; planetario; parque; deseos
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