Curious as to the 5 largest domes. Here's a start, anyone have additions/replacement for these top 5?

1. Nagoya City Science Museum  
   Japan
   35m dome flat
   http://www.ncsm.city.nagoya.jp/en/index.html
2. China Science and Technology Museum
   China
   30m inclination
  http://www.cstm.org.cn/
2. Ehime Prefectural Science Museum
   Japan
   30m inclination
   https://www.i-kahaku.jp/
3. Tamarokuto Science Center
   Japan
   27.5m inclination
   http://www.tamarokuto.or.jp/english/
4. Miyazaki Science Center
   Japan
   27.0m inclination
   http://cosmoland.miyabunkyo.com/
4. Himeji City Science Museum  
   Japan
   27.0m inclination
   https://www.city.himeji.lg.jp/atom/
5. Osaka Science Museum
   Japan
   26.5m inclination
   http://www.sci-museum.jp/

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I know this example is not a permanent fulldome installation but, the sheer size is worth mention:  200 ft  or 50 meters.  Yes , 50 meters.

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Vortex Immersion were in this production.

I guess it's a record?

two things..

200ft is 60m. - that being the correct diameter.

This particular positive pressure inflatable dome is called The Celestial Dome and is owned and manufactured by Absolute Hollywood, who also have a 160ft - 48m smaller version.

I've projected in it twice.

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