Public Planetarium Shows
2, 9, 16, 30
Honey, I Shrunk the Solar System
(All Ages) This show takes you on an incredible
journey past the planets in our solar system. Don’t miss it!
The First Stargazers
Ancient astronomers gazed at the heavens with fascination.
They built pyramids and massive structures, like Stonehenge,
to mark the movements of the sun, moon and planets.
Join us as scientists unravel the mysteries of these
ancient astronomical observatories.
Every 30 min. 9:30 – 4:00
Nine Planets and Counting
See the most current images of the Sun, Moon and Planets
in our Solar System.
Find out why Pluto is now called a “Dwarf Planet”.
This very beautiful show investigates the composition of
our neighbors in space.
7, 14, 21, 28
This fast-paced astronomy presentation uses spectacular visuals to
answer questions about our home planet Earth.
Views of Earth from space, reasons for the seasons,
and earth’s place in the universe are explored.
Summer Sky Legends
wonderful summer season show presents your favorite constellation characters
like Scorpius, the Scorpion, Cygnus, the Swan and Sagittarius, the Archer. These characters magically appear to tell of
Explorers of International Space Station
This program shows science research being done on
the International Space Station.
Communication, medical technology and life aboard the space
station are just some of the topics in this spectacular visual presentation.
Hotter Than Blue
Scientists point out that the hottest stars in space are the blue stars.
But there are objects in space that are even hotter than the hottest stars.
These are the strange high-energy emitting objects known as quasars.
Don’t miss this study of quasars, neutron stars and black holes.