The Sun, Our Living Star (fulldome)
It is our nearest star and our planet’s powerhouse, the source of the energy that drives our winds, our weather and all life.
The passage of the Sun’s fiery disc across the sky — day by day, month by month — was the only way to keep track of time for countless past civilisations.
Don’t be fooled by the terminology; although it is a typical dwarf star, the Sun consumes 600 million tons of hydrogen each second and is 500 times as massive as all the planets combined.
Discover the secrets of our star in this planetarium show and experience never-before-seen images of the Sun’s violent surface in immersive fulldome format.
Our team has worked with some of the most talented planetarium producers to bring you this visually striking planetarium show about the most important star in our lives.
We encourage the community to produce their own translations and narrations. The script and split audio files are supplied to the right. We welcome receiving copies of the translated scripts and audio files to share with the community.
Film Director: Theofanis Matsopoulos
Music & Sound Effects: Konstantino Polizois
3D Animation and Graphics: Theofanis Matsopoulos, Luis Calçada & Martin Kornmesser
Producer: Theofanis Matsopoulos & the European Southern Observatory (ESO)
Executive Producer: Lars Lindberg Christensen
Script and Scientific Advice: Lars Lindberg Christensen, Ryan Wyatt, Nicolas Matsopoulos, Adam Hadhazy, Rebecca Davies, Carl Mundy & Paola Amico
Narration: Sara Mendes Da Costa
Audio mastering: George Deligiannis
Translation: Osamu Kato
Production: Altair LLC
Narration: Namika Matsubara
Recording: TAKE'S co.,ltd.
Cooperation: TAJIMA Hideki Office Ltd.@
Supervision: Manabu Shinohara (Professor / National Institute of Technology, Kagoshima College)
Produced by: Planetarium of Kazan Federal University
Translation: Ildar Garaev
Editor: Dr. Roman Zhuchkov, Associate Prof. of Kazan Federal University Astronomy and Space Geodesy Department
Audio: Ildar Garaev
Narrator: Marsel Mindubaev
Translation: Burak Ulas/Izmir Turk College Planetarium
About the Video
|Release date:||6 September 2018, 10:43|
|Duration:||24 m 43 s|
|Frame rate:||30 fps|