The show tells the exciting story of the most significant space mission in human history. In 1977, two spacecraft were launched to study the most distant planets of the Solar System: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and their satellites.
These spacecraft have enriched us with knowledge about distant worlds. Now, four decades later, they are exploring interstellar space.
Like two bottles launched into the cosmic ocean, these two probes carry with them an interstellar message - a Golden Disc with records addressed to extraterrestrial civilizations.
See the giant planets through the eyes of the Voyager spacecraft and relive their journey in this new full-dome planetarium movie.
The giant object in space - the International Space Station - is called the ISS for short. This man-made artificial island flies around the planet in 90 minutes. Six cosmonauts work there in shifts, conducting experiments, research and observations of the Earth and space in general. The change lasts six months. There are not too many portholes on the ISS. But there is a place with a great view: the "Dome" with seven windows. Through the windows of the Dome, you can always see the Earth, and it is here that astronauts enjoy incredible views. Let's see what our Earth looks like from here. From a height of four hundred kilometers above the surface of the Earth.