The Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan will be attending Milan Game Week for the first time to give a preview of the M4RT3. Online escape room.
Dedicated to Mars and Astronomy, created in collaboration with INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera, with visual design and development sponsored by Marimento, M4RT3! A narrative journey between science and science fiction on a path of discovery. Players will discover the true story of Schiaparelli, director of Milan’s Brera Observatory, who on the night of August 23, 1877, turned his sky-observing telescope toward Mars and discovered continents and oceans. , islands, canals, polar caps, and the existence of an intelligent being, Mars. A cooperative game whose goal is to analyze the actual content of the 2020 Mars mission on NASA’s website and images provided directly by the European Space Agency, explore mysterious virtual locations, and conduct research on the Internet. , conduct a survey. Investigation is guided by the spirit of observation and logical reasoning.
Debuts at Milan Game Week
Commemorating the release of M4RT3! , the museum will make its debut at the Milan Games his week by recreating the atmosphere of a darkroom with authentic fragments of Martian meteorites from the Planetary Science Museum ParSec Foundation – Parco delle Scienze e della Culture. Hundreds of millions of years ago, a cataclysmic event separated part of Mars’ surface from the planet. Some of them fell to Earth after wandering the solar system. The presented pieces arrived on our planet some 60,000 years ago and were discovered in 1999 by Giorgio Tomirelli, an Italian collector of antiquities called Dar Arjani, a desert region of Libya.
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