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Climate change insight

PUBLISHED: 14:54 08 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:28 25 August 2010

A PLANETARIUM is screening a film about ice and the impact of climate change.

A PLANETARIUM is screening a film about ice and the impact of climate change.

Ice Worlds visually charts the effect global warming has had on the polar ice caps, at the Peter Harrison Planetarium, in the Royal Observatory, Greenwich Park.

The projection features NASA satellite images, film of a huge iceberg splitting away from one of Greenland's fastest melting ice caps, and digital images of Saturn's frozen moon, Titan.

The Peter Harrison Planetarium is the only working public planetarium in London.

Tickets cost £6, £4 for children, or £16 for a family. The Royal Observatory is open 10am to 5pm daily, general admission is free.

For more information call 020 8858 4422.


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