Conclusion: Moons of the Solar System

We land you now back at __________________ Planetarium.
[Insert image of your home planetarium here.]

We hope you enjoyed your tour of the moons of the Solar System. You are invited to come back to our planetarium sometime to see our other planetarium shows.

VISUAL 56 (still): Your Planetarium or School
Alternate ending:
Rather than bring the audience back to Earth, leave them out at the edge of the solar system—start this video of Pluto and Charon, “Think a Minute,” to allow the audience to contemplate moons until they are ready to get up and leave or ask you more questions.
Note: There are some more optional effects which may also be used during the Tour segment:

Toggle Orbits: In some cases, it may be distracting to have or to leave the moon orbits on. For example, Jupiter’s moon orbits are still visible as a green anomaly in the sky as seen from another planet if left on. Toggle the respective planet’s moon orbits off and on.

Lunar Cycle: Scale up the Moon to size 35 and then run though one complete lunar cycle to show the Moon going though its phases in space. Design it to appear similar to what is seen with the moon ball activity. This effect should only be used after putting Earth in “Polar View”.

Hi-Resolution Phobos: Bring up a high resolution image of Phobos from the HiRISE instrument on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO).

Ida/Dactyl: Show a still image of asteroid Ida, with its satellite Dactyl, as an example of non-planets that also have satellites.

Quick Return: An alternate way to end the show is to fade the entire scene off and then fade the scene back on having already landed back on Earth at noon. Thus, you may bypass seeing Earth from space first. To be used in the case of having to end the tour (and the show) the quickest way possible.