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Fulldome shows are currently being exhibited at the Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre.

Currently showing:

From Earth to the Universe   - available in English, Hindi, Malayalam and Telugu. Other fulldome shows available for special showings.

Tentative schedule for 2017
Jan 12 - Feb 2 - From Earth to the Universe
Feb 3 - Mar 10 - Great Planet Adventures
Mar 11 - Apr 28 - From Earth to the Universe
Apr 28 - Aug 30 - Great Planet Adventures
Aug 31 - Sep 18 - From Earth to the Universe
Sep 19 - Dec 31 -  TBA



The shows below are available in English, Hindi and Telugu languages, except those which are noted as having different languages available.

  • Cosmic Architecture of the Universe - in-house fulldome adaptation of the inaugural show.
    Exploring the relationship between Man and the Cosmos. We also have Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam versions of this show. 
  • Two Small Pieces of Glass - from Buhl Planetarium et al
    Celebrating 400 years of the Telescope.
  • IBEX - Search for the Edge of the Solar System - from Adler Planetarium 
    Introducing the Interstellar Boundary Explorer mission. This show is available in English and Hindi only.
  • Space Opera - from Timeline360
    A voyage across the Solar System.
  • Bizarre Moons - from Aayushi Animations
    Detailing the strange moons of our Solar System. We also have Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada versions of this show.
  • 8 Scoops of Milky Way - from Aayushi Animations
    Exploring the 8 planets of our Solar System. We also have Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada versions of this show.
  • Dark - from iVEC @ University of Western Australia
    Explaining and exploring the nature of Dark Matter.
  • Cosmic Colours - from GLPA 
    An adventure in colour explaining the electromagnetic spectrum.
  • Crossing Worlds - a 5 minute short from xRez Studio 
    A visual tone poem utilizing spherical photography from the American desert west.
  • Losing the Dark - a 6 minute public service announcement from Loch Ness & the International Dark-Sky Association
    About light pollution and how to combat it - www.darksky.org
  • Flight to the Moon - a 9 minute short from Clark Planetarium and NASA
    About the NASA missions LRO and LCROSS
  • We Choose Space - from Houston Museum of Natural Science, Home Run Pictures, and Tietronix with scientific oversight by Rice University, funded by NASA, about human spaceflight after the Shuttle.
  • Galileo - The Power of the Telescope - from Daniel M. Soref Planetarium
    Galileo’s personal and powerful story, and how his discoveries displaced long-held views about the universe.
  • The Pluto Story - a 6 minute short from Daniel M. Soref Planetarium
    How Pluto was designated a dwarf planet instead of being a planet.
  • Tribute to Apollo 11 - a 4 minute short from Daniel M. Soref Planetarium
    Retelling the story of the Apollo moon launches.
  • Sizing up Space - a 12 minute show from Ott Planetarium's Production Workshop Class
    Introducing young audiences to the scale of the Universe.
  • The Universe - Our Cosmic home - a 10 minute show from LSS Open Project
    Galaxies, life-cycles of stars and more. This show is currently available only in English.
  • The conquest of Mars - an 8 minute show from LSS Open Project
    All about the Red Planet. This show is currently available only in English.
  • Back to the Moon - For Good - presented by Google Lunar X Prize
    About private teams competing to land a rover on the Moon, 40 years after the Apollo missions.
  • Impact - from Houston Museum of Natural Science and Rice University, funded by NASA.
    Asteroids, Comets and the consequences of their impacts. We also have a Tamil version of this show.
  • 10 steps through the sky - part 1 - Astronomy - from Fulldome Film Society
    An introduction to the basics of Astronomy, its history and major discoveries.
  • Solar Quest - a 10 minute show from Buhl Planetarium funded by NASA
    Demonstrates how the Sun and Earth are interconnected, featuring the role of Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO). 
  • Voyage to Mars - a 12 minute show made in collaboration with LSS Open Project
    About manned spaceflight to Mars and other planets.
  • Journey to a Billion Suns - from ESA and Stargarten.
    About the study of the stars in our Milky Way. There are 30 minute and 45 minute versions of this show. This show is also available in Malayalam.
  • Journey to the Centre of the Milky Way - a 6 minute short from ESO.
    ESO's Very Large Telescope and the Keck telescopes observations of the centre of the Galaxy. 
  • Solar System Adventure - a 12 minute show from RSA Cosmos, distributed by British Fulldome Institute.
    Travelling through the Solar System faster than light, taking in the wonders of the planets and their moons. This show is also available in Tamil. 
  • Sunstruck - from Michigan Science Center.
    Exploring the wonders of our Sun. This show is also available in Tamil.
  • Cosmic Origins Spectrograph - from Fiske Planetarium, University of Colorado at Boulder.
    Highlighting the current research of C.O.S. aboard the Hubble Space Telescope, which allows us an unprecedented view into the vast spaces between galaxies which surround our own Milky Way.
  • HST - a 5 minute short from Houston Museum of Natural Science and Rice University, funded by NASA.
    Celebrating 25 years of the Hubble Space Telescope. 
  • From Earth to the Universe - a 30 minute voyage through time and space from ESO.
    The show was produced for the ESO Supernova Planetarium and Visitor Centre, and conveys the Universe as revealed to us by Science. This show is also available in Malayalam.
  • Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013 - a 12 minute show from Royal Greenwich Observatory, distributed by British Fulldome Institute.
    Prizewinning photographs from the 2013 competition with an optional narration in English. 
  • Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 - a 12 minute show from Royal Greenwich Observatory, distributed by British Fulldome Institute.
    Prizewinning photographs from the 2014 competition with optional narrations of the scientific, judges' and photographic perspectives,  in English.
  • Touching the Edge of the Universe - from ESA and a consortium of planetariums.
    Studying the stars and the cosmic background radiation with the Herschel and Plank space telescopes, and future plans with Mars with ESA ExoMars.
  • Distant Worlds - Alien Life? - from LWL-Planetarium Munster and a consortium of planetariums.
    Asking questions about the possibilities of alien life. There are 30 minute and 50 minute versions of this show.
  • Great Planet Adventures - from Houston Museum of Natural Science, Home Run Pictures, and Tietronix with scientific oversight by Rice University, funded by NASA, about possible future human colonization of the Solar System. This show is also available in Tamil.
  • Asteroid Impact Mission - a ScienceOffice.org 7 minute production for ESA, about a mission to a to a binary asteroid system and demonstration of telecommunication technologies.
  • A Way to Infinity - a 14 minute show from Hradec Kralove Planetarium, distributed by British Fulldome Institute, about what infinity is, and whether the Universe is infinite. This show is currently available only in English.
  • Shining Light on the Stars - HR diagram - a 15 minute show from Ritter Planetarium at University of Toledo, distributed by British Fulldome Institute, about the classification of stars in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. This show is currently available only in English.
  • Asteroid Impact Mission - an 8 minute short from ESA.
    The Asteroid Impact Mission (AIM) is a European Space Agency's mission, scheduled to be launched in 2020. AIM will travel to a binary asteroid system – the paired Didymos asteroids, which will come a comparatively close 16 million km to Earth in 2022.
  • The Incredible Sun - a 10 minute show from Brno Planetarium Czech Republic, about the wonders of our Sun.
  • The Dark Matter Mystery - from Laupheim planetarium, distributed by ESO, explaining the motivation and the techniques behind the experiments in search of Dark Matter.
  • Exoplanets - from Casper planetarium, describing the conditions on currently known Exoplanets and the technology being used in their study. This show is currently available only in English.
  • Galaxies - a 15 minute show from Casper planetarium, about the wide variety of galaxies in the Universe. This show is currently available only in English.
  • Cosmic Castaways - a show from Ward Beecher Planetarium, distributed by British Fulldome Institute, about galaxy collissions and stellar orphans. This show is currently available only in English.
  • The Hot and Energetic Universe - produced by AHEAD, distributed by ESO, about High Energy Astrophysics which plays a key role in understanding the universe. 
  • Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 - from Royal Greenwich Observatory, distributed by ESO.
    Prizewinning photographs from the 2016 competition with an optional narration in English.
  • Cenotes of Yucatan - Portals to another world - a 6 minute show from Planetarios Digitales, about the sinkholes created by the meteorite which killed the dinosaurs, and their cultural significance in Mexico. This show is available only in English and Spanish.


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