Public Shows

Public Shows 2017-2018 School Year

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A view of Saturn from the Cassini Spacecraft

CASSINI: The True Lord of the Rings

SEPT 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, & 30

OCT 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, & 28

Advanced Tickets available now!

Like the Galileo and Voyager spacecrafts before it, the Cassini Spacecraft is one of the most sophisticated tools made by human hands. Cassini has allowed us to explore worlds no one has ever set foot upon, specifically those in the realm of the great ringed giant Saturn. Cassini has uncovered mysteries about the mammoth planet's ring structure, sent down a probe to explore the only moon known to have an atmosphere, and even discovered water geysers on an unsuspecting moon thus hinting at a potential presence of simple life. We would not have anything like the understanding of our solar system that we do now were it not for Cassini. Sadly, the spacecraft is in its final months and is due to crash intentionally into Saturn on September 15th. Join us in the Planetarium to learn some history about the discoveries made by the spacecraft's namesake, but more importantly, learn all about and celebrate the many discoveries this spacecraft has afforded our species -- and finally bid it a fond farewell.


Showtimes: Fridays 7:00pm, Saturdays 4:00pm, and Saturdays 7:00pm. Note we no longer offer Sunday shows.

NO LATE SEATING. We reserve the right to re-sell any unclaimed seats at 5 minutes prior to showtime.



Exploring the Depths of our Winter Sky

NOV 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, & 25

DEC 8, 9, 15, & 16

Advanced tickets available:

Journey deep into our winter sky, past the constellations to a space not visible to the naked eye. Let us take you on a cosmic safari to glimpse the wonders of unparalleled beauty that lurk in the depths of our universe. 

FREE! First Friday Night Sky Programs 

OCT 6th, NOV 3rd, DEC 1st

On the first Friday of the month, let us take you on a tour of our night sky. Observe constellations, visible planets, and other astronomical events that might be happening right above you in the month ahead. 

Seating is first-come, first serve. 
This is a free event, open to everyone in our community.

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View of Saturn from its moon Iapetus