Wildest Weather in the Solar System

Wildest Weather in the Solar System is a 24-min show produced by National Geographic for planetariums and digital dome theatres. Info, trailer & full preview available.

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Genre: Documentary
Release date: November 2011

Produced by: National Geographic
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Description

Join National Geographic on a spectacular journey to witness the most beautiful, powerful, and mysterious weather phenomena in the solar system. From a storm the size of a 100-megaton hydrogen bomb, to a 400-year-old hurricane, to a dust tempest that could engulf entire planets, you’ll be glad you live on Earth!

Audiences will fly through the thick atmosphere of Venus, magnetic storms on the sun, liquid methane showers on Titan, and anticyclones whirling at hundreds of miles per hour on Jupiter. Packed with eye-popping visuals, high-end CGI, and cutting-edge science.

A film produced by Lisa Truitt & Jini Durr.

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National Geographic

Show details

Shorter version runtime : not available
Full version runtime: 24 minutes
Suitable for: General audience
Target audience:
License: Traditional license
Resource & materials: Guide for educators, Poster, DVD

Technical specifications

Video format: Fulldome, Spherical mirror projection, Flat screen
Resolution: 1K, 2K, 3K, 4K
Frame rate: 30 fps
Show orientation: Panoramic
Stereo 3D: -
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Audio format: Stereo, 5.1
Languages: English, French, Greek, Japanese, Portuguese, Swedish, Others, Mandarin

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