There’s a place from which nothing escapes, not even light, where time and space literally come to end. It’s at this point, inside this fantastic riddle, that black holes exert their sway over the cosmos… and our imaginations.

In this cutting-edge show, zip through other-worldly wormholes, experience the creation of the Milky Way Galaxy, and witness the violent death of a star and subsequent birth of a black hole. Mathematical equations, cutting-edge science, and Einstein’s theories fill in holes along the way, providing the most complete picture yet on this mysterious phenomenon. Can you feel the pull?

Narrated by actor Liam Neeson, the production features high-resolution visualizations of cosmic phenomena, working with data generated by supercomputer simulations, to bring the current science of black holes to the dome screen. The show provides a groundbreaking, scientifically accurate perspective on black holes and presents the latest compelling evidence that black holes are real.

Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity is made possible through funding by the National Science Foundation and NASA, and is a collaboration of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Spitz, Inc., and the Swift and GLAST Education and Public Outreach Programs at Sonoma State University. “Black Hole Flight Simulator” by Dr. Andrew J.S. Hamilton, © University of Colorado.

Please arrive 15 minutes before show time. No admittance after Frost Planetarium doors close. No food, drink or strollers allowed inside.

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