Voyager 1 passing by Saturn.
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Touch the Stars 3D

Opens Friday, January 17, 2020

Turn your visit into an all-day science adventure – visit our exhibit galleries and watch an IMAX film. Our seven-story IMAX screen brings to life worlds as small as an atom and as vast as the universe.

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Travel with NASA’s heroic robotic spacecraft on an unforgettable exploration of our solar system through Touch the Stars 3D.

This stellar film traces the path to space through the history of NASA’s probes, orbiters, and landers from the heart of our solar system and the surface of its planets and moons to the grand tour of the Voyager spacecraft through the outer planets and beyond. Created with the latest high definition imagery and scientific data, Touch the Stars 3D engages audiences through the use of real footage and 3-dimensional vistas, transporting them to planets and distant stars alongside these heroic robot explorers.

Sit back and experience our solar system like never before on our 7-story IMAX screen! 

Runtime: 41 minutes

What critics are saying

"Gorgeous visuals, lively direction and engaging narration combine to make this film a winner!" Sci-On! Film Festival

"Cutting-edge" Fleischmann Atmospherium Planetarium & Science Center

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An array of images taken around the ice giant Pluto.
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An array of images taken around the ice giant Pluto.

Lockheed Martin's reusable Mars ascent descent vehicle.
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Lockheed Martin's reusable Mars ascent descent vehicle.

Lockheed Martin's Mars Base Camp above Mars.
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Lockheed Martin's Mars Base Camp above Mars.

Lockheed Martin's Gateway in orbit around the Moon.
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Lockheed Martin's Gateway in orbit around the Moon.

Close up of Saturn's rings.
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Close up of Saturn's rings.

Viking 1 landing.
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Viking 1 landing.

19) Verona Rupes, the tallest cliff in the Solar System on Miranda, a moon of Uranus.
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Verona Rupes, the tallest cliff in the Solar System on Miranda, a moon of Uranus.

Info graphic about the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 missions.
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Info graphic about the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 missions.