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10 best shows for planetarium

Available at Science Cinema VR
Virtual reality, in addition to entertainment, gives people the opportunity to improve the learning process. It has already been successfully used in schools and various training centres. Below we will introduce you to the best educational films for Science Cinema and the benefits they can bring to the little viewer!
Light
6+
2015 was the International year of light, and exactly then ZEISS company released a 7-minute film "Light". It is created by the technology of video projection with a viewing angle of 360 degrees - so the audience will see the light in all its versatility.

We have no idea how important light is in our lives. This film introduces children to all the functions of light in both an entertaining and informative way.
Seeing!
10+
Track the path of the photon through the boundless space from the distant star to someone's retina. This film introduces us to the fascinating processes of the Universe, which astrophysics and biology of the eye and brain study. The film is sponsored by ZEISS company and voiced by the famous astrophysic and popularizer of science Neil deGrass Tyson.

Children will learn the structure of the human eye, the essence of its work and the role of vision in the body. The film will show how modern technologies help to restore vision after various diseases.
The scientific ABC
6+
This film was created specifically to make science and history more accessible for people. The viewer will see the development of the Earth from the Big Bang and the primordial soup to the present day.

The whole film is based on interesting facts about the world, children will learn a lot and won't have time to get bored.
Incredible introduction to the Solar system
4+
This show about the structure of the solar system is really incredible! The film was shot in such a way as to attract young viewers and give them enough knowledge with beautiful visual effects and catchy tunes.

The study of the Solar system is one of the most important aspects of every child's education. Children will get acquainted with the size of the Universe and the planets surrounding the Earth.
Two small pieces of glass
6+
The main characters of the film together with the audience will learn the principles of telescopes, its history and discoveries made with its help. The show will interest the audience of all ages and views.

Looking through the telescope, children will see Jupiter's moons, Saturn's rings, the spiral structure of galaxies. The film tells about the discoveries of Galileo, Huygens, Newton, Hubble and other great scientists.
IBEX
6+
The film tells us about the creation and operation of IBEX — NASA satellite, which explores the Solar system. Very important show for kids who are interested in space programs.

Viewers will participate in the IBEX mission and will see with their own eyes how the satellite collects high-speed atoms to create a map of the solar system's boundaries.
Sunstruck
6+
You will go back to the beginning of time and witness the birth of the Sun. The viewer will learn how it gave us life, how it threatens our life and how its energy will disappear one day.

Children will get acquainted with such science as heliophysics, the cosmos and its influence on the Earth.
Voyager
6+
A truly fascinating story of the most famous space mission in the history of mankind. In 1979, two space probes were launched to study the distant planets of the Solar system: Saturn, Uranus and Pluto. As a result of this mission, our understanding of these planets has changed significantly.

This film will help children to remember the order of the planets of the Solar system, will tell in detail about the principles of launching probes and receiving information from satellites.
Journey to the center of the Milky Way
6+
This film takes you to the center of the Milky Way, usually hidden from the eyes of a thick layer of dust and gas. From the driest place on Earth — the Atacama desert in Chile, where the Keck telescope is located — you will get directly to the center of our galaxy, where a black hole absorbs everything in its path.

Children will have the opportunity to see 84 million stars. Do planets with satellites revolve around these stars? Is there water on those planets? Maybe there is life hiding there? The audience will get answers to all these questions.
Bizzare moons
7+
To date, 178 satellites have been discovered in eight planets of the Solar system. Despite such a large number of moons, we have paid very little attention to Them so far. Although many of them demonstrate properties and phenomena that go far beyond our imagination!

Viewers will see that the Earth's satellite has a lot of space sisters! This film will expand the knowledge of young astronomers and encourage them to study space and celestial bodies.
It is proved that the new material, which is presented to children in the VR format, is absorbed much better and faster than the information provided by traditional teaching methods. In the Science Cinema VR catalog there are many popular science films that will suit viewers of different ages and interests!
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