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  • Farewell Cassini

    Fulldome 2K, 4K
    20mins

    After almost 20 years in space, Cassini spacecraft concluded the final chapter of its remarkable story of exploration in a dramatic way. Follow the fascinating Journey of Cassini through this 20 min planetarium documentary. Learn about the Saturn’s environment and discover the unique satellites of Saturn.

  • Capturing The Starlight- The Magnificent Telescopes

    1k, 2k, 3k, 4k Fulldome
    30mins

    The Greek director Theofanis Matsopoulos, describes in a simple and understandable way, how telescopes work, their historical evolution and also travels the audience to some of the most important observatories in the world. The immersive experience of the documentary is breathtaking , due to the extensive use of real 4k fulldome video footage of the observatories and telescopes.

  • To Worlds Beyond – Journey Through The Solar System

    2k, 3k, 4k Fulldome
    28mins

    From the fiery surface of the Sun to the icy realm of comets, travel to worlds with enormous volcanoes, vast canyons, dazzling rings, and storms that would swallow the Earth. Learn more about Mars and Pluto too!

  • Journey to A Billion Suns

    Fulldome
    45/30mins

    The age-old history of measuring the stars and a stunning journey through our Milky Way emerge in a modern astronomy show about stars, space science and the distances in the Universe. This brand new 4K show has been produced with ESA and 30 planetariums and premiered in 2014. Comes in 45 and 30 minutes, eight languages, Fulldome and classic, and with educational material for a fair licensing fee.

  • Astronomy 3000 Years Of Stargazing

    3.2K Fulldome
    34:00

    Astronomy: 3000 Years of Stargazing focuses on the history of astronomy with emphasis on how people have used the sky throughout history. First we used it to help understand and predict the seasonal cycles of weather. Then, with the invention of instruments to observe objects in the sky, the science of astronomy developed into a system of understanding the intrinsic nature of those objects. These concepts are woven together along with historical and cultural perceptions of the sky and help relate the information presented in the show to the lives of students, families, and the general public.

  • The Birth Of The Solar System

    4k Fulldome
    22:00

    The Birth of the Solar System is a unique look at the formation of the Sun and planets, and the resulting history of the solar system. It brings particular focus onto the role that collisions have played throughout the formational history of the Sun and planets. It takes viewers to places in the solar system to study the aftermath of collisions, and describes how the process of accretion shaped planets and how continuing impacts change their surfaces.

  • Chronicle Of A Journey To Earth

    4k Fulldome
    20:00

    Chronicle of a Journey to Earth is a tour of the solar system from the outside in, focused on Earth and how it is unique. The viewer learns about each of the planets, as well as the difference between rocky and giant planets, and is introduced to dwarf planets and other objects in the solar system. Once on Earth, the viewer is taught about specific sky events that distinguish Earth from other planets: lunar phases, and lunar and solar eclipses. The viewer also learns about the way that Earth's seasons work and how they depend on Earth's tilt on its axis and its relationship to the Sun.

  • Climate Change: What future are we facing?

    4k Fulldome
    30:00

    This show will entertain and educate with an easy-to-understand story about how our planet’s climate is changing. Through the immersive impact of fulldome, the viewer is plunged into a spectacular environment recreating landscapes and virtual scenes. From the examination of meteorological phenomena to the exploration of large natural spaces and weather conditions, fulldome provides a memorable way to learn about this highly topical and transcendent issue.

  • Extrasolar Planets

    4k Fulldome in stereoscopic 3D
    30:00

    Astronomers on Earth study the movements of the stars, searching for planets in other suns.

    Using unique instruments, they observe thousands of stars at the same time; minute by minute, measuring the amount of light from each one of them with extreme precision, and detecting if one of them periodically changes brightness, even if the change is barely perceptible, by one part per ten thousand. Scientists who analyze the gathered data are able to tell if the star is a candidate for having at least one planet.

    Scientists hope one day to find life somewhere on one of the extrasolar planets, even if only in the form of microorganisms. This would be a historical discovery. Could one of these worlds be suitable for the development of life?

  • Moles: What is out there?

    4k Fulldome
    17:00/18:00/35:00

    MOLES's story revolves around a young mole named Plato. Plato lives deep underground in a dark burrow full of mystery and surprises together with his mum and dad. He is a restless, curious and thoughtful creature. Plato is fascinated by the light that penetrates the entrance to his home. Sometimes it is lit; sometimes it is off... Why could that be? Our young friend is desperate to see what is out there in the outside world and one day he finally gets to see it all! Plato discovers day and night, the sun and the moon, and the stars!

  • Cocomong

    4k Fulldome
    18:31

    Cocomong is very curious about space. But reading about space in books makes it seem so far away. That’s when Halley, a friendly alien, drops in! Halley has come to Earth all the way from Titan in order to protect the last remaining Star Gem from the evil Virus King. If Halley wants to find the other Star Gems and rescue his parents, then he needs the help of Cocomong and his friends! However, Halley’s home Titan is by Saturn which is really far away, even farther than Mars and Jupiter. Will they be able to make it all the way there safe and sound?

  • Origins of Life

    Fulldome
    23:00

    Origins of Life deals with some of the most profound questions of life science: the origins of life and the human search for life beyond Earth.

    Starting with the Big Bang, in chronological order, the show deals with the prebiotic chemistry in the Universe, the formation of stars, formation of solar systems, and the first life on Earth. Furthermore Origins of Life covers the great extinctions as well as our search for (primitive) life beyond planet Earth.

  • Dawn of Space Age

    Fulldome
    41x30:00

    Be immersed and overwhelmed with this most accurate historic reconstruction of Man's first steps into space. Who were these Men and Women that took part in these death defying endeavours? Witness their drive, their passion, and their perseverance to explore, in "Dawn of the Space Age".

  • Natural Selection

    Fulldome
    41x30:00

    Join the young Charles Darwin on an adventurous voyage of exploration circumnavigating the World with the HMS Beagle.

    In the 19th century in Victorian times many physical phenomena were already discovered and described by natural laws, but life's most eloquent mechanism was still unknown: How could new species arise to replace those lost in extinction?

    It was time for someone to come forth with a Naturalist explanation of this mystery of mysteries.

  • Antarctica On The Edge

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    An unforgettable exploration of the endangered seventh continent – the fastest-changing place on earth – from the land, sky and below the surface of the Southern ocean. The last frontier of human discovery, the front line of the human/climate conflict.

  • Walking With Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    On a thrilling ride, we spin back in time to an extraordinary prehistoric world: Alaska in the Cretaceous period, 70 million years ago – the last great flourish of the dinosaur era.

  • Tiny Giants

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    Tiny Giants is the story of a day in the life of two little heroes: a scorpion mouse and a chipmunk. For each of them this will be a day they never forget. It’s a story of drama, danger and courage.

  • Wonders Of The Arctic

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    Wonders of the Arctic centers on our ongoing mission to explore and come to terms with the Arctic. The compelling stories of our forays into this captivating place will be interwoven to create a unifying message about the state of the Arctic today.

  • Great White Shark

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    Misrepresented, maligned and misunderstood, the Great White Shark is an iconic predator: the creature we love to fear.

  • Titans Of The Ice Age

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    Titans of the Ice Age transports viewers to the ancient icy landscapes of North America, Europe, and Asia, investigating the causes and results of the ice era as we attempt to understand the Earth’s past and better prepare for its future.

  • The Last Reef: Cities Beneath The Sea

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    Exotic coral reefs, vibrant sea walls in the sub-arctic pulsating with anemones and crustaceans: these biodiversity hot spots are as vital to our lives as the rainforests. Groundbreaking macro 3D cinematography explores these cities beneath the sea.

  • Tornado Alley

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    Hold onto your seats as the adventurers from Discovery Channel’s Storm Chasers partner with the VORTEX2 research team to drive straight into the mother of all storms: a giant tornado... one of the world’s most elusive and destructive weather phenomena.

  • Waking The T-Rex

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    In May 2000, the world was introduced to Sue, the most complete T rex specimen ever discovered. Her skeleton has fascinated millions. Now this famous Tyrannosaur, the most renowned predator of the dinosaurs, will awaken. This is the story of Sue.

  • Wild Ocean

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    Plunge into an underwater feeding frenzy, an epic struggle for survival where whales, sharks, dolphins, seals, gannets, and billions of fish collide with mankind during one of nature's greatest migration spectacles.

  • Mummies: Secrets of The Pharaos

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    Part historic journey and part forensic adventure, Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs follows researchers and explorers as they piece together the archeological and genetic clues of Egyptian mummies.

  • Dinosaurs Alive

    Fulldome
    20:00/40:00

    See the earliest creatures of the Triassic Period to the monsters of the Cretaceous in a 'life-sized' 3D presentation. Realistic and scientifically-accurate computer generated animation brings dinosaurs back to life!

  • The Blind Man With Starry Eyes

    Fulldome
    23:00

    In order to increase his power, a tyrant asks an old wise man of his kingdom to give him the secrets which would enable him to extend his power and domination. Despite his insistence, he can only elicit one answer from the old wise man: "Look at the sky and count the stars."

  • Life Under The Arctic Sky

    Fulldome
    13:00

    Two hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle, near the jagged tips of Norway’s crown, the sun does not set for weeks on end during the summer months, and the midnight sun bounces off fields of midsummer snow. Sami herders call their work boazovázzi, which translates as “reindeer walker,” and that’s exactly what herders once did, following the fast-paced animals on foot or wooden skis as they sought out the best grazing grounds over hundreds of miles of terrain.

  • Habitat Earth

    Fulldome
    25:00

    A fulldome exploration of what it means to live in today's connected world, where biological networks intersect with those built by humans.

  • Fragile Planet

    Fulldome
    25:00

    Fragile Planet combines scientific visualization with movie-making magic, highlighting Earth's special place in the universe as the only known haven for life

  • A Cosmic Story

    Fulldome
    26:00

    How did life on Earth begin? This tantalizing question forms the basis of Life: A Cosmic Story. Take a journey through time and witness key events since the Big Bang that set the stage for life.

  • Incoming

    Fulldome
    25:00

    Embark on a journey back in time and across the Solar System, following the paths of asteroids and comets that have collided with Earth—and those that roam far from home. These ancient objects travel billions of years before reaching Earth, and their impact can be so powerful that just one collision can change the course of life on our planet.

  • Earthquake

    Fulldome
    22:00

    Take a breathtaking tour through space and time in a fulldome production that makes you look at Earth in a whole new way. Fly along the San Andreas Fault before diving into the planet's interior, travel back in time to witness the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and the break-up of Pangaea 200 million years ago

  • Galaktos

    Fulldome
    25:00

    Eugene Milkman, nicknamed Milky, is an old robot – a small but strong man – who has been delivering milk for over 800 years on behalf of the company Galaktos. Starting his new tour, he takes Craig McIntosh, a young internship who almost quit going to school, and they both take off for a journey through the Milky Way.

  • Cosmic Jouney: A Solar System Adventure

    Fulldome
    23:00

    Travel faster than the speed of light, from the outer reaches of our solar system to the Sun, taking in the wonders of the planets and their moons. Volcanoes tower 80,000 feet above a barren surface. Monstrous hurricanes rage for over 400 years. And multicolored rings float suspended in space.

  • Aurora: Lights of Wonder

    Fulldome
    29:00

    The Aurora is the greatest wonder a human can experience in nature. Now, you can experience the actual aurora with the world’s first 4K x 4K real-time VR video. Animations and CG were used to depict auroral myths and science behind the aurora.

  • Life Under The Arctic Sky

    Fulldome
    41:00

    Two hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle, near the jagged tips of Norway’s crown, the sun does not set for weeks on end during the summer months, and the midnight sun bounces off fields of midsummer snow. Sami herders call their work boazovázzi, which translates as “reindeer walker,” and that’s exactly what herders once did, following the fast-paced animals on foot or wooden skis as they sought out the best grazing grounds over hundreds of miles of terrain.

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