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On this page you can find stills from the movie, as well as links for downloading high-resolution files. Photos can be freely used, so long as the credit is displayed.

 


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing the asteroids in the Solar System.
Credit: T. Matsopoulos, ESO/S. Brunier


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing the Eagle Nebula in 3D.
Credit: T. Matsopoulos, NASA, ESA and The Hubble Heritage Team, ESO


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing planet Earth.
Credit: NASA/M.Kornmesser, N. Risinger (skysurvey.org), ESO

 

 

 


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing Galileo Galilei, the first person to turn a telescope towards the sky.
Credit: T. Matsopoulos, ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser & L. L. Christensen), ESO


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing the Helix Nebula in 3D.
Credit: T. Matsopoulos, ESO


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
Credit: NASA & ESA, ESO

 

 


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing the International Space Station.
Credit: NASA/The Gateway to Astronaut of Earth/ESO


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing the red spot on Jupiter.
Credit: T. Matsopoulos, NASA & ESO/S. Brunier


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing images of the surface of Mercury, taken by the Messenger probe.
Credit: T. Matsopoulos, NASA & ESO/S. Brunier


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing a landscape from the Moon.
Credit: T. Matsopoulos, NASA, ESO/S. Brunier


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing the ESO’s New Technology Telescope.
Credit: ESO/B. Tafreshi


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing the Space Shuttle. .
Credit: T. Matsopoulos, NASA/The Gateway to Astronaut of Earth/ESO


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing the Sun.
Credit: NASA/SDO/M. Kornmesser/L. Calçada/ESO


From Earth to the Universe
This is a still image from ESO’s first in-house produced fulldome planetarium movie, From Earth to the Universe, showing the interior of the Very Large Telescope.
Credit: ESO/B.Tafreshi