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"Secrets of the Universe 3D" (1/7/2021 - 31/3/2022)

 

Secrets of the Universe 3D

The 3D Dome Show "Secrets of the Universe 3D" immerses you in a journey guided by some of the most brilliant minds to seek the answer to the greatest mysteries of our time – how did the Universe originate and evolve into its present state?

Our science adventure begins as we travel to visit the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the biggest machine ever built and the most powerful scientific instrument ever created. We get an inside look at the machine and come to understand just what it means to do science, teaming up for the flag of humanity to solve the Universe's greatest mysteries.

The journey does not end here. We then visit the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO), the amazing research facility that recently confirmed Einstein's century-old prediction of the existence of gravitational waves. All along the way, we flash back to history's giants of science, providing context to humanity's path to understanding and the instruments developed to help us see more clearly than we ever could before. These icons, along with their modern-day counterparts, inspire each of us to reach further.

Humanity is at the edge of unprecedented scientific discovery. And we can all be a part of it.


"Secrets of the Universe 3D" Trailer
 

atoms
Have you ever wondered what the Universe is made of?
Long before the dawn of modern science, the Greek philosopher Democritus proposed that all matters must be composed of certain indivisible building blocks called atoms. However, an atom can indeed be broken down into subatomic particles. The studies of these subatomic particles may let us understand more about what had happened in the early Universe.

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the largest and most complex machine humans have ever built
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the largest and most complex machine humans have ever built. Built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), the LHC consists of a 27-kilometre circular tunnel, and is designed to engineer collisions between beams of particles at speeds approaching the speed of light.

The LHC is a massive collaboration
The LHC is a massive collaboration, involving over 10,000 scientists from hundreds of universities and laboratories in more than 70 countries.

 
Show: 3D Dome Show "Secrets of the Universe 3D"
Show Period: 1 July 2021 to 31 March 2022
Show Schedule : 2:00 pm and 6:30 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (except public holiday)
12:30 pm and 5:00 pm on Saturday, Sunday and public holiday

Closed on Tuesdays (except public holiday)
Closed at 5:00 pm on Christmas Eve and Chinese New Year's Eve
Closed on the first two days of the Chinese New Year 

For more information on the show schedule of other shows, please refer to Space Theatre Show Schedule
Place: Space Theatre, Hong Kong Space Museum
Admission Fees: Standard Admission: $32 (stalls), $24 (front stalls)
Concession Admission: $16 (stalls), $12 (front stalls)

  • Concession is applicable to full-time students, people with disabilities (and one accompanying carer) and senior citizens aged 60 or above.
  • Persons paying concessionary rate may be requested by museums staff to produce a valid document for verification of eligibility.
  • Children under 3 years old will not be admitted
Show Duration: 42 minutes
Language: Sessions at 6:30 pm on Monday and Thursday (except public holiday) are in English. All other sessions are in Cantonese.

Audience can also select the following languages with the multi-channel headphone system:
Cantonese, Putonghua and English
Ticketing: Please refer to "Ticketing Information"

  • Advance booking up to one week from 30 June 2021 onwards
  • Tickets are available at all URBTIX outlets
  • URBTIX Internet Ticketing : www.urbtix.hk
  • Telephone Credit Card Booking : 2111 5999
  • Ticketing Enquiries: 3761 6661
Seating plan: Please refer to Space Theatre Seating Plan

All programmes and prices are subject to change without prior notice.

Note: Audience do not have to bring their own 3D glasses for the 3D Dome Show. The Space Theatre uses active 3D glasses which is specialised for the 3D Dome Shows of the Hong Kong Space Museum and is not usable for other 3D programmes, or any other purposes.