Imagine a two-meter globe that is almost floating in space and you, by just using a touch, can control it, change it and project short films depicting transformations of the Earth through time on it, observe raging tornadoes, watch earthquakes or find out what can happen to a shoe that falls into the ocean...
The technology behind Science on a Sphere is unique: there are just over one hundred similar exhibits throughout the world. It is based on showing projections on a 1.7-meter diameter spherical surface and uses data from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA for short. Thanks to this, tailor-made programs that fit into school curricula are formed. The hall’s capacity is 40 seats.
- Data visualization without any audio commentary.
Fukushima Radioactive Aerosol Dispersion Model
Solar System to Scale: Sun and Planets, Sun, Mercury, Venus, Blue Marble (Earth), Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptun
- Provided with English commentary. - Up to 7 minutes long.
Return to the Moon
Satellites: Paths and Positions
Evolution of teh Moon
Ocean in Motion
Flow: Currents and Climete
Cooking Up A Storm
Space Geodesy: Charting the Size and Shape of the Earth