WATCH: Want to see the stars? Then this unique open-air planetarium is for you – and it's got AR

2018-08-30 18:44

At the National Geographic Observetoiles in Canada, you can lean back in your heated seat under a star-filled sky and let your AR glasses show you more about the night sky than you ever thought possible.

Situated in Canada's newest Dark Sky Preserve at Au Diable Vert in Sutton, Quebec, the world's first open air augmented reality planetarium offers a unique way to learn about the sky.

Every evening's show is tailored to the constellations as they appear on that specific night, narrated by astronomers who share their knowledge to accompany the informative visuals overlaying the natural starry display.

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