Distant Worlds — Alien Life?
"Distant Worlds - Alien Life?", originally "Ferne Welten - fremdes Leben?", is a joint production by the planetariums in Münster, Bochum, Kiel, Mannheim, Osnabrück und Wolfsburg, produced at LWL-Planetarium Münster.
The graphics were in part rendered from "Digital Sky 2" (Sky-Skan Inc.)
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Czech version: Planetárium Ostrava
Hindi version: Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre
Telugu version: Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre
- Translation: Marzena Feind
- Narration: Artur Catunan
- Recording manager: Gerd Thiele
- Produced by the Planetarium Cottbus
About the Video
|Release date:||4 June 2016, 18:03|
|Duration:||52 m 36 s|
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