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Digital Universe Distribution

Space Station Over Earth

Find out where you can see the Digital Universe.

The Digital Universe is now being distributed to planetariums, science centers, and museums around the world. You can see the atlas in its native form where you are taken on a live flight through the Universe (or pilot yourself through the Universe), or in a pre-rendered video, such as a planetarium space show or Science Bulletins news feature.

Free Version from AMNH

Of course, the free version of Digital Universe is available from this web site. This is the desktop version of the atlas using Partiview. Partiview is a efficient, but bare-boned software that allows you to fly from the Sun out to the edge of the observable universe. 

Exhibits & Courses at AMNH

Astronomy Live Planetarium Programs Live tours of the night sky and journeys through the 3-D cosmos.

Adventures in Science: Digital Universe Flight School Middle school students learn to navigate our solar system, galaxy, and beyond using advanced gaming laptops and the Hayden Planetarium dome.

Space Shows The Digital Universe provides the basis for AMNH's Space Shows, which are distributed to planetariums around the world.

Science Bulletins Digital Universe makes a regular appearance in AstroBulletin features. Science Bulletins is a subscription-based service with approximately 30 museums and science centers that receive its weekly feeds.

Business Partners

Uniview by SCISS SCISS, along with AMNH, has developed Uniview, data visualization software for the Digital Universe for a flat screen or a planetarium.

DigitalSky 2 by Sky-Skan The Digital Universe is integrated into Sky-Skan's DigitalSky 2 full dome system.

Digistar 5 by Evans & Sutherland E & S's Digistar 5 full-dome system includes the latest Digital Universe data.

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