Preserving Our Precious Planet

Full duration: 39:37 min
Languages: English, Bulgarian
Video: 4K, 2K, Flat-screen HD
Audio: 5.1 Surround, 2-channel
License: The show is available for a low licensing fee. Please contact us using the inquiry form for details and pricing.

Join us on a fascinating view of the Earth as you’ve never seen it before! The new fulldome planetarium show by the Regional Natural History Museum of Plovdiv explores the space missions of the European Space Agency (ESA) dedicated to observing and monitoring the Earth’s environment and near-Earth space.

The show focuses on the most important past, current and future ESA missions for observing and monitoring the Earth’s magnetosphere, atmosphere, landcover, hydrosphere, cryosphere, and biosphere. Missions such as EarthCare, GOCE, Cryosat, Cluster are described. It presents an overview of ESA’s activities for weather monitoring and forecasting, as well as natural and human-made disaster prevention and monitoring. “Preserving Our Precious Planet” includes a component on the climate and its rapid change in the last several decades. It emphasises the relevance of those missions to economic activities and more nature-friendly economies, all the while preserving the children-friendly approach and presentation style. The show finally looks to the future with technologically advanced upcoming missions to study our precious planet.

‘Europe’s Cosmic Quest’ is produced by the Regional Natural History Museum of Plovdiv, in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA). It is directed by critically acclaimed director and producer Theofanis Matsopoulos. It has been funded under a contract the Regional Natural History Museum of Plovdiv and ESA, as part of the ESA PECS program in Bulgaria.

Show Trailer

2K Trailer of “Europe’s Cosmic Quest”

‘Preserving Our Precious Planet’ will be released in 4K and 2K resolution in Spring 2022.

The show is available for licensing in 4K, 2K, and Flat screen HD versions (5.1 Surround and 2-channel Audio). Please direct all inquiries to

“Preserving Our Precious Planet” screenshots