The fall of the Chelyabinsk meteorite, in the southern Ural region of Russia, on 15 February 2013, was the most spectacular cosmic event of the last decades. A 387 g sample is now, exactly one year after the fall, on display in the Meteorite Hall in showcase 85, in the central part of the display.
How did our planet arise? Why are volcanos spitting? When were the first animals born?
IN GERMAN: Guided tours and activities for families, age 6+
Saturday, 1st of March, 2.00 p.m.