An Immortal Telescope: The Story of R.S. Newall Refractor
The astronomical telescopes were always impressive scientific instruments. With them humans discovered all the modern knowledge about the universe.
This 25 min fulldome show is dedicated to the once largest refracting telescope. Made by Cooke & sons in 1869. The famous Newall telescope had many ups and downs in its life but it is still alive and active at Athens Observatory 147 years after its birth.
The show refers to the value of the old astronomical instruments and travels the audience through the fascinating history of the Newall telescope, from its construction up to now with the use of immersive visualizations and live action footage.
Director – Theofanis Matsopoulos
Original Music – Konstantino Polizois
Script – Nicolas Matsopoulos
Planetarium Production – Theofanis Matsopoulos
For planetariums and digital dome theatres.
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