Four hundred years ago Galileo Galilei looked into the skies and launched a scientific revolution
Today, robotic spacecraft are extending our view deep into the universe
Our perception of the cosmos is changing dramatically
Yet some of the most elementary questions remain unanswered
Join us in a scientific quest to the ultimate unknowns
Take part in a journey to The Edge of the Universe
Four hundred years after Galileo’s revolutionary discoveries, two scientific satellites are launched into the Universe. These space telescopes unveil events that our eyes cannot see. They observe the birth of stars and planets and look back to the very beginning of time.
Created using the latest technology for full dome and analogue planetariums; shot on location at the European Space Agency’s Main Control Room in Darmstadt, Germany; featuring highly sophisticated 4K animated graphics and detailed scenes never before seen on a planetarium dome – this stunning planetarium show sets a new benchmark for cutting-edge edu-tainment.
Since its premiere in May 2009, more than two hundred thousand viewers world-wide have enjoyed Touching the Edge of the Universe. Now the show is available in multiple languages and in two different lengths, 45 and 25 minutes. Bring the show to your planetarium today!