Planetarium On The Go
planetarium shows & telescope observations
Planetarium On The Go is a 6m semi-permanent fixed dome structure with chairs for the spectators. It’s main feature is the high quality 57 square meters projection area, a unique in its kind digital portable planetarium!
An event consist of Planetarium Shows and telescope observations.
Contact us to come to your place.
Astro Tours Greece - Telescope Observations
See through the eyepiece of a telescope, what is out there!
Stargazing with sophisticated telescopes as our expert guides share the science and stories of the Greek Night Sky. With our new technology telescopes we can observe deep sky objects even from urban environments.
Save images of the Cosmos directly to your mobile phone.
Prepare to be amazed!
At National Observatory of Athens – Penteli Visitor Center for the 150 years of Newall telescope.
U.S. EMBASSY ATHENS support at Athens Science Festival 2019 – with Ambassador Pyatt and NASA Astronaut Clayton C. Anderson
“Discover the Brain” at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center
Around the World with Planetarium on the Go!
Every year we cover a distance as long as Earth’s perimeter – 40,000 km – bringing space exploration to every corner of Greece and anywhere in the World if invited!
By showing the fascinating discoveries in space exploration, it both inspires and educates people of all ages about our surroundings – the Earth itself and our place in the Universe.
Due to the special circumstances and having public health as a priority, events are carried out in accordance with the measures provided each time. Our personnel is fully vaccinated.
Planetarium: Spectators must have a vaccination or a recovery certificate. Ages 4 -17 can alternatively have a negative last 24 hours self-test declaration. Face masks must be worn. Limited capacity with 36 spectators per show.
Member of the International Planetarium Society (IPS)
Planetariums are the world’s astronomy classrooms and theaters of public science education. In a time when quality science education is more important than ever, a scientifically literate public is an essential part of the progress of any country.
We are a team who share a common vision
Nicolas Matsopoulos has degrees in Shipbuilding, Natural Sciences (BSc), Science Communication (MSc) and in Education (MEd). For 41 years astronomer at the National Observatory of Athens.
FullDome movies producer
Theofanis Matsopoulos is a partner of the European Southern Observatory (ESO), which is based in Munich and operates, in the desert Atacama in Chile, the largest astronomical observatories in the world. He specializes in fulldome cinematography and video production for digital planetariums
Konstantinos Sakkas has a degree in Civil Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens. Founder of Planetarium On The Go, Zagori Observatory and Ioannina Amateur Astronomy Association
Christos Sakkas has degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Patras and MSC Engineering Project Management from University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. Founder of Planetarium On The Go
discover the mysteries of the universe
learn about the exciting discoveries in space exploration
“Space isn’t remote at all. It’s only an hour’s drive away if your car could go straight upwards” Sir Fred Hoyle, 1915-2001, British astronomer
“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known” Carl Sagan, 1934-1996, American astronomer