NASA, the US Space agency and Outernet give visitors the chance to board a specially designed space station and experience views of the universe like never before. This brand-new immersive experience is playing every day and for free across the immense floor to ceiling, 4 storey high, 16K wrap around screens at Outernet’s flagship space The Now Building.
Free entry. No booking required. Nearest station: Tottenham Court Road
Plays every half hour. Check Outernet app for exact timings which may vary.
Our space installation combines real footage of the galaxy sourced from NASA - and other international space agencies - with a first-of-its-kind digital space station created by the team at Outernet. Visitors will have the opportunity to marvel at the wonders of space from the perspectives of Neil Armstrong, Tim Peake and other pioneers who have pushed the boundaries of human potential beyond Earth.
Alexandra Payne, Head of Creative at Outernet said:
“As a society we have always been fascinated by space exploration, captivated by the images and videos we receive from NASA and initiatives like the James Webb Telescope. I’m thrilled that we can now bring that incredible imagery to the 16k+ screens at Outernet, taking our audience on a journey to explore the universe and our home planet on a scale like never before.”
Outernet London is the free immersive entertainment district designed to provide experiences for entertainment and brands the likes of which have never been seen before. Outernet is on track to be the Number 1 visitor attraction in the UK when compared to the likes of the British Museum and the Natural History Museum. London will kick off a global roll out with sites planned in New York, LA and Europe.
NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration and is the U.S. government agency responsible for science and technology related to air and space. Astronauts in orbit conduct scientific research and Satellites help scientists learn more about Earth. Space probes study the solar system and beyond. New developments improve air travel and other aspects of flight.