Giveaway: Immerse yourself in outer space

We might not be able to travel to the regions just yet, but that doesn't mean we can't visit outer space.

M Live is presenting an exciting new immersive exhibition called Neighbourhood Earth next month, which combines the latest science with cutting-edge technology to create the ultimate space experience - and we've got 10 double passes to give away!

Neighbourhood Earth was developed in conjunction with the US Space and Rocket Centre and NASA's George C. Marshall Space Flight Center.

Toto Creative managing director Declan McMonagle said the space experts gave producers "access to significant artefacts from key space exploration missions in our human history".

"Combining this with the latest audio visual technology and presentation of science in practice, the exhibition was a sell-out in the USA and China," he said.

"Working with M Live not only gave us the opportunity to bring the exhibition back home to Australia, but also connect to Australian audiences.

"This is extra special, given that Toto Creative is an Australian production company and Australia has a rich history in alliances with NASA and the USA in space exploration. Australia presents a very deserving audience."

Promoter Emma Triggs said she was "blown away" by the Neighbourhood Earth spectacular and knew local audiences would love it.

"People's desire to travel to outer space has never been stronger and Neighbourhood Earth gives us all the opportunity to se and feel what it would be like," she said.

"Once you step inside Neighbourhood Earth, you enter another world that is not only beautiful but also inspirational.

"It will give people an uplifting feeling by connecting the magnificence that is all around us, just out of our reach.

"We are thrilled to bring another Australian blockbuster premiere event to Sydney to allow people to reconnect with family and friends safely after what has been another challenging year."

Neighbourhood Earth has been experienced by more than a million people across the world since its 2018 premiere. It utilises 14 screens, surround soud and a giant projection-mapped dome to bring space to life.

The exhibition operates in line with NSW Health Guidelines.

Neighbourhood Earth will open on November 22 at ICC Sydney for a strictly limited season, 9am-9pm.

Tickets are $45 adult, $119 family, $30 child/concession and $35 student on evenings, weekends and school holidays, and discounted Monday-Friday.

Australian Community Media has 10 double passes to give away to the exhibition.

For your chance to win, simply fill out the form below and tell us in 25 words or fewer what your favourite movie about space is, and why.

Entries close Tuesday, November 2.

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