By Jill Dando News
The incredible Museum of the Moon’ exhibition uses NASA imagery to recreate an amazingly realistic impression of the moon’s surface.
It is now touring the UK and is currently at St Mary Magdalene Church in Taunton, Somerset before moving on to Northwich, Cheshire at the end of April.
It was created by Bristol artist Luke Jerram and has been on display at both Exeter and Wells Cathedral.
The installation, which features music compared by BAFTA and Ivor Novello Award-winning composer Dan Jones, has been wowing audiences across the world since 2016.
Jill Dando News visited the incredible exhibition. One mum described it as “stunning and amazingly realistic”.
Each centimetre of the sculpture represents 5km of the moon’s surface, making it appear highly realistic
The Museum of the Moon will be on display until Thursday 31 March during the following times:
Saturday 19th: 10am-2pm & 7pm-9pm
Sunday 20th: 7pm-9pm
Monday 21st: 10am-2pm
Tuesday 22nd: 10am-2pm
Wednesday 23rd: 10am-2pm
Thursday 24th: 10am-2pm & 7pm-9pm
Friday 25th: 10am-2pm & 7pm-9pm
Saturday 26th: 10am-2pm & 7pm-9pm
Sunday 27th: 7pm-9pm
Monday 28th: 10am-2pm
Tuesday 29th: 10am-2pm
Wednesday 30th: 10am-2pm
Thursday 31st: 10am-2pm & 7pm-9pm
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