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World Premiere of the brand new planetarium show "The Sun, Our Living Star"

World Premiere of the brand new planetarium show "The Sun, Our Living Star" yesterday on Thursday 6 September in Munich, Germany. The event took place on the brand new ESO Supernova (https://www.facebook.com/ESOSupernova) planetarium. Director, Head of Production and Konstantino gave a short introduction to the film. The show presented in German language.
Details and Movie link: https://supernova.eso.org/news/releases/es1808

The first ever documentary accompanied by Konstantino music "An Immortal Telescope" has been published in YouTube.

The dome movie had been premiered in late 2015 in Eugenides Foundation in Athens Greece, one of the best planetariums around Europe and was related to the history of the Newall Telescope. The moving history of the National Observatory of Athens is presented to the film by emotional old photographs and the narration by one of the most famous astronomers in Greece, Nick Matsopoulos. The film is narrated in Greek.
YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJcWT6AWSoI

Konstantino offers music for the narration of "Orpheus and Eurydice” myth to young children

Konstantino offers music for the narration of "Orpheus and Eurydice” myth to young children, a great activity and event sponsored by Athens Municipality.
"Stimulating and enhancing the children's imagination are extremely important things. Those are the ones that define the Spirit, the Soul, the Mind (the Trimeria theory of Pythagoras), and ultimately the Man. Music connects the latter to the Universe"

4 short documentaries at OTE History TV

4 short documentaries who are related to the history and discoveries of the National Observatory of Athens are officially displayed at OTE History TV (www.cosmote.gr ) once a month. Konstantino composed and produced the music for the 4 documentaries produced by GAP production team.
Music will not be released.

Konstantino Polizois new music piece has now been published by ESO

European Southern Observatory’s new discovery of Proxima b exoplanet in Centauri constellation has been the most exciting news for the international astronomical community and the globe. Konstantino Polizois composed the music piece for the discovery and a very impressive videoclip with great images has been produced by the ESO family to accompany the epic music. Proxima b is an exoplanet with about the mass of the Earth that orbits a star in the Alpha Centauri system, the closest to our Sun. It is the lightest exoplanet ever discovered around a star like the Sun. The planet was detected using the 3,6 meters La Silla telescope in Chile, which is a small part of the giant ESO facilities in South America.

Watch the music video here.

More information for the discovery of Proxima b here.