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Ted's Space Adventure

From the Royal Observatory Greenwich

Show description:

Show length: 20 minutes
Available languages: English, Swedish, Portuguese 
Framerate: 30 fps

This show is aimed at children, ca 3-5 years old. Here we follow Ted on a journey around the Solar System in search of the perfect planet to plant his plant. His plant will need sunshine, rain and soil. Sing along as we slowly eliminate any place that is too warm, too cold, too poisonous or too dusty.

Note that this show requires a live presenter.

Files available for Download: Link Size
Original audio files (English, 5.1) Download 23 GB
Fulldome master files in 4K Download 336 GB
Presenters guide Download 2 MB
Translated audio files (Swedish, stereo) Download 470 MB
Swedish narration track (to be used with the 5.1 audio files) Download 470 MB
Portuguese language pack Download 450 MB
Musical score Download 21 KB
Promotional images Download 3.2 MB

Show credits:

English language version:
  • Created by: The Science Learning & Public Engagement team at the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
  • Lead animator: Claudio Scotto di Vetta, with special thanks to Greg Smye-Rumsby.
  • Software: Astronomical visualizations created and rendered with DigitalSky by SkySkan.
  • Music and audio: David Roche with Aled Davies, Samuel Kilby and singers from Chesterton Community College, Cambridge.
  • Production: Royal Observatory Greenwich
Swedish language version:
  • Swedish music: Composed by Anna S. Arnadottir, sung by Rigmor Grönwall and recorded at HumLab, Lund University.
  • Audio production: Lund University Planetarium
Other languages:

Please contact the Royal Observatory Greenwich planetarians if you would like to translate the show to your language.

 

Ted's song:

 

English:

Ted and Plant in space,
Where will they go next?
Is it Mercury, Venus or the Earth?
Mars and Jupiter, Saturn is there too.
We could go to Uranus and Neptune

Swedish:

Ted och blomman hans,
vart åker de nu?
Till Merkurius, Venus eller Jorden?
Mars och Jupiter, till Saturnus med.
Ytterst ligger Uranus och Neptunus.