The world’s biggest radio telescope, the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) is now open to the public as of the end of March. ALMA is the result of a cooperation between Europe, the USA, Canada, East Asia, and Chile. Here, scientists investigate the “birth” of stars and get a closer look at the origin of the universe. Until now, access was only for scientists. We are happy to announce that from now on, a group of tourists can visit ALMA every Saturday and Sunday morning. The tours depart from Santiago, where guests are picked up by a special ALMA bus which brings them to the ALMA facility, about 50 km away. This tour is a real scientific adventure!
If you would like your clients to take part in one of those tours, please contact your travelArt sales partner.