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Asteroid Quest

Discover the science behind the hit film, “Don’t Look Up”. Not only could large asteroids strike our planet, but they also hold incredible secrets.

1 user reviews
Type: Feature show
Genre: Documentary
Release date: April 2023

Directed by:



Czech Republic
Director's Award
Fulldome Festival Brno


For more than two hundred years, astronomers have been wondering what asteroids are actually like. They believe that these primitive rocks have been concealing countless secrets for billions of years: they are time capsules that will allow them to go back in time to the formation of the solar system and the creation of Earth.

Recently, major space agencies around the world have sent unmanned missions to asteroids. The most daring ones are collecting samples and bringing them back to Earth. These expeditions hold a host of surprises for researchers and shake up our understanding of these celestial bodies. At first glance, it appears unlikely that they can threaten us. But, while some circle the sun, like planets, others cross paths with Earth’s orbit.

What seemed like science fiction, has now become reality: in order to avoid a cataclysmic collision, we are currently learning how to deflect asteroids from their celestial path!


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Sponsored distributor
Saint Thomas Productions

Show details

Shorter version runtime : 34 minutes
Full version runtime: 41 minutes
Suitable for: General audience
Target audience: 14 - 18, Adults
License: Traditional license
Resource & materials: Poster

Technical specifications

Video format: Fulldome
Resolution: 4K, 8K
Frame rate: 25 fps
Show orientation: Unidirectional
Stereo 3D: Parallel
Production technologies: CG, Live action
Audio format: Stereo, 5.1
Languages: English, French

Production & Support

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Screened at 1 dome theaters and counting...


The soundtrack is very immersive, give the sense of melancholic vastness. The film is interesting, it would be even more If was shared more details about the material extracted and what it means for us. More about the intricacies of operating devices so far away from us and how they compensate for the delay...