Embark on an outstanding adventure as two children spend a night touring the solar system alongside their ship’s navigator, an astronomy book. Secret of the Cardboard Rocket runs for approximately 45 minutes, inclusive of night sky tour. This show is very popular with children up to yr6 and so is an excellent choice for mixed-age groups. Cosmodome Science Theatre & Planetarium is an immersive dome theatre projecting full-dome shows that surround the viewer providing a 3D effect. Cosmodome Science Theatre & Planetarium offers the versatility of presenting astronomy and earth science full-dome shows in addition to planetarium presentations on the night sky.
Starlab Education carefully selects full-dome shows that best fit the Australian National Curriculum and Queensland Studies Authority requirements. Please refer to the appropriate curriculum in the Quick Links column for suggested programs to best suit the year levels and curriculum topics of particular interest.
This animated adventure is selected to inspire, entertain and educate lower primary school students about the weather. Our full-dome planetarium transports students across space and time in a variety of amazing adventures. DHDC reserves the right to book multiple school groups for a reserved Space Theater show time if space permits. This live, interactive astronomy program uses images of the current nighttime sky to introduce students to the most popular and intriguing objects in the heavens. Become immersed in a miniature world where a leaf weighs as much as a car, a single raindrop can quench the largest thirst and a blade of grass soars like a skyscraper. Unleashing the imaginations of children of all ages, the Fantasy Light Show takes guests on the ride of a lifetime!
Based on the popular documentary series on Animal Planet, The Future is Wild explores how the Earth might change in the coming years and speculates how modern-day animals may have to adapt to new environments of the distant future. From breathtaking landscapes to violent volcanic eruptions, New Horizons transports viewers on a majestic journey through the planets and moons of our celestial neighborhood. Journey back to an age when mighty dinosaurs dominated the land and a myriad of ferocious creatures hunted and fought for survival beneath vast prehistoric seas. Embark on an amazing expedition as students join two children who build a rocket out of a refrigerator box and take a fantastic journey through the Solar System alongside their ship's navigator, a talking astronomy book.
Secrets of the Sun provides an in-depth look at the Sun’s role in the life of our solar system.
Egypt is a land of mystery whose culture and civilization were among the earliest in human history. Fifty years after launching our dreams into space, we're left with a troubling legacy: tens of millions of pieces of orbiting debris in an ever-growing ring that threatens the safety of our planetary orbits.

Peer deep into space through the eyes of the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope and travel back in time to witness the birth of the universe. A research mission gone awry, an interplanetary villain and a tour of the solar system are all featured in this animated full-dome film based on the award-winning PBS television series.
Join two children on a magical journey through the Solar System, aided by a talking astronomy book, a cardboard rocket, and a vivid imagination. Join two children as they explore our solar system in a homemade rocket. This show has simpler visual effects than our other film shows in places, but is very well structured for children, with gentle drama and plenty of brighter sections. The film is very cleverly made to help the children feel confident in the dome environment and the bright and dynamic visuals and simple language are excellent at holding the attention of even very young children. Cosmodome uses a mirror projection system enabling excellent viewing from any position in the dome.
Cosmodome uses stellarium software enabling brilliant simulations of day & night, the seasons, stars, planets, moon phases, eclipsea€™s, Eartha€™s rotation and constellations in our Milky Way galaxy.
Upon receiving your booking request with your preferred selections you will receive a a€?Booking Confirmationa€™ and a€?Timetablea€™ for completion prior to the visit.
Voyage to the furthest reaches of our galaxy to examine black holes, stars and planets; travel back in time to investigate ancient civilizations; or visit an active coral reef! Through computer-generated imagery, viewers will enjoy a roller coaster ride, travel on an infinity loop and journey through virtual worlds full of vibrant color and movement. A team of over 100 animators and scholars transformed their ideas into creatures that fly, walk and swim.
Stunning photo-realistic animation transports viewers back to a time when a great inland ocean divided North America in two.
Stars of the Pharaohs transports students to ancient Egypt to investigate the connection Egyptians felt with the stars and other astronomical phenomena and examine how this connection influenced their culture and society. Space Junk takes students on a journey which examines this very real problem and explores the challenges we face in protecting our orbits for the future. Galileo’s telescopic observations began a revolution, transforming our views of the cosmos and our place within.
In this breathtaking excursion viewers witness the formation of a galaxy and explore some of the most wondrous nebulae ever discovered.
Students join the Zula Patrol as they gather samples of weather for scientist Multo's research. During this imaginative show, audiences will land on Venus, fly through the rings of Saturn, and discover the secrets of the Solar System. For these reasons is the only astronomy show available for groups with Reception children (the other option being The Life of Trees).
Full-dome show durations are approximately 20-45 minutes forming part of the recommended 40-60 minute tailored program sessions.

What if you could look beyond the formulas and equations to see the beauty of the forms they describe? At each stop along the way, real data and images from modern space probes are used to explore the wonders of our galaxy. This National Geographic film follows a pair of Dolichorhynchops, or “Dollies”, as they journey through life in waters ruled by some of the most awesome predators ever to prowl the Earth’s oceans. Through an exploration of the temples, tombs and mythology of ancient Egypt viewers will also discover how Egyptians used their study of the stars to tell time, make calendars and engineer buildings. In Two Small Pieces of Glass students are introduced to the telescope and learn about the amazing discoveries made by Galileo and others through telescopic observations. As the adventure continues, students fly deep into our own Milky Way galaxy and return home to Earth on a spectacular tour of the Solar System. As the Zula Patrol attempt to stop Dark Truder’s nefarious plan to become ruler of the universe, students will explore and compare the types of weather found on each planet in our solar system and discover the elements which combine to create weather. Cosmodome is a truly exhilarating experience with objects appearing to zoom above the audience.
The stalwart heroes of the Zula Patrol are on an expedition collecting samples of weather on planet Zula for scientist Multo's research, using their loyal pet Gorga's ability to collect and bottle all kinds of weather. Chaos and Order takes students on a spectacular journey through a world of ever-evolving animated visuals and music. What is the risk to the extensive satellite networks which power our modern-day communication systems?
When the Zula gang inadvertently hurts Gorga's feelings, he decides to leave Zula and find another planet to live on. Students will explore one of the most mystifying, awe-inspiring phenomena in the universe and discover their effects on space and time in this full-dome feature.
Structured into four movements -- geometric forms, algorithms, simulations, and chaos theory -- Chaos and Order invites viewers to watch as science and art combine to celebrate the common language of our universe: mathematics. What can we do to protect our planet from impacts which could alter its orbit, and ultimately, life on Earth?
Interplanetary villain Dark Truder tricks Gorga into stealing the weather from other planets as part of his latest devious scheme to rule the universe.

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