Shows on Astronomy

Worlds Beyond Earth

The surprisingly dynamic nature of the worlds that orbit our Sun

Worlds Beyond Earth celebrates the extraordinary Age of Exploration carried out by our closest proxies, robotic explorers, over the past 50 years. Created by an award-winning team that includes Museum scientists, educators, and science visualization experts, Worlds Beyond Earth is an immersive theater experience based on authentic data from NASA, European Space Agency (ESA), and Japan Aerospace Exploration (JAXA) missions, telescopes, supercomputer simulations, and research conducted at institutions around the globe. Viewers will be taken on an adventure across the solar system, from our Moon and planetary neighbors Mars and Venus to beyond the asteroid belt, where worlds of ice and gas like Saturn and Jupiter host moons revealing active weather, erupting volcanoes, and buried oceans.

Specification

Duration

25 min

Target audience

All age groups, general public, students

Technology

Fully 3D animated fulldome video based on science data

Orientation

Unidirectional and concentric seating versions

Production/year

American Museum of Natural History, New York 2020

Languages

English, French, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish, ask for other languages

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