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Space Theatre

Commanding a hemispherical screen of 23 metres in diameter, the Space Theatre has been serving the public since 1980. Boasting the first OMNIMAX projection system in the eastern hemisphere, Hong Kong Space Museum is also the first planetarium in the world to possess a fully automated audiovisual computer system for projecting sky shows at its Space Theatre.

With the advent of digital projection technology, the Museum renovated its Space Theatre facilities in 2009, incorporating a new Sky Skan digital planetarium projection system, and installed chairs embedded with multi-language and interactive system. In 2012, the digital planetarium projection system was further upgraded to include projection facilities for 3D dome shows. The Space Theatre underwent a largest ever renovation in 2021. The major part of the project was the replacement of the dome screen. Utilising the latest NanoSeam technology, the new screen offers a seamless viewing experience, enabling sharper and more colourful images for different shows. Other facilities of the Space Theatre, including the digital sky projection system, audio equipment, the control studio and the production studio have been upgraded with cutting-edge technologies to provide audiences with exhilarating audiovisual experiences.

Every year, the Museum selects the best Sky Shows, OMNIMAX and 3D Dome Shows to be screened in the Space Theatre.

 

Stalls

Adult HK$32
Full-time students, people with disabilities and senior citizens aged 60 or above HK$16
 

Front Stalls

Adult HK$24
Full-time students, people with disabilities and senior citizens aged 60 or above HK$12

 

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Show's Schedule

Sky Show 1: HAYABUSA2~REBORN; Sky Show 2: Sky Tour: Windows on the Universe (Sessions with asterisks * are in English. All other sessions are in Cantonese. The headphone system also offers other languages such as Cantonese, Putonghua and English for selection.)

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3D Dome Show

Dinosaurs of Antarctica 3D

Utilising top-tier computer graphics, the 3D Dome Show "Dinosaurs of Antarctica 3D" reconstructs Antarctica's hidden-greener-past when it was warm and forested with newly-discovered dinosaurs and bug-eyed creatures roaming freely.
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41 minutes
Space Theatre
$12 - $32
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Sky Show

HAYABUSA2~REBORN

In "HAYABUSA2~REBORN", we follow Hayabusa2 on its lone journey of 3.2 billion kilometres to confront with the more rugged than expected terrain of Ryugu. Could Hayabusa2 overcome the challenges and bring the samples back to Earth at last?
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44 minutes
Space Theatre
$12 - 32
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Sky Tour: Window on the Universe

Ticket holders of the Sky Show "Sky Tour: Window on the Universe" can sit back and relax in the Space Theatre to enjoy a world tour with spectacular landscapes and dazzling stars. In addition to learning how the starry sky we see changes with latitudes, we will also leave our planet and travel through space to explore the true nature of the majestic Milky Way which arches across our skies.
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35 minutes
Space Theatre
$12 - 32
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Music Sky Show "The Chinese Sky" VR 360 Video

Screened in November 2018 at the Hong Kong Space Museum, the Music Sky Show "The Chinese Sky" aims to introduce the ancient Chinese constellations. The show has also participated in different international fulldome festivals like the IMERSA Summit 2019 in the USA, International Festival of Science Visualization 2019 in Japan and Fulldome Festival Brno 2019 in the Czech Republic. It has no narration or dialogue, just beautiful music as we believe nature speaks to us in its own language. One will find that the magnificent night sky can be appreciated both visually and aurally. 

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Previous Shows

You can find the list of programmes previously screened at the Space Theatre of the Hong Kong Space Museum here.

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