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The Digital Universe is now 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 video feature, like Skylight.
Of course, the free version of Digital Universe + Partiview is available from this web site. Partiview is a efficient, but bare-boned software that allows you to fly from the Sun out to the edge of the observable universe.
The atlas is also available via OpenSpace, a more sophisticated software that requires a dedicated graphics card.
Astronomy Live Planetarium Programs: Live tours of the night sky and journeys through the 3-D cosmos.
Space Shows: The Digital Universe provides the basis for the Museum's Space Shows, featured at the Hayden and distributed to planetariums around the world.
Evans & Sutherland: E & S's Digistar full-dome system includes the latest Digital Universe data.
Sky-Skan: The Digital Universe is integrated into Sky-Skan's DigitalSky and Dark Matter full dome system.
ZEISS UNIVIEW software suite utilizes the most recent Digital Universe data.