The Planetarium will be closed March 10-14 for Spring Break.
Beginning March 18 - Feature Presentation
Blown Away: The Wild World of Weather
Tuesday's 5:30 pm and 7:00 pm
Tickets go on sale 30 minutes prior to each show time. There is no late seating.
Reservations are not required for the Tuesday evening shows.
Admission (cash or check)
Seniors (ages 55+): $3
Children (ages 4-15): $3
Children under 4: free
New Moon - March 1, 2:00 am
First Quarter - March 8, 7:27 am
Full Moon - March 16, 12:08 pm
Last Quarter - March 23, 8:46 pm
New Moon - March 30, 1:45 pm
The full Moon of March is called the Sap Moon, the Crow Moon or the Worm Moon.
Astronomy In The News
Supernova 2014J observed in January located in Galaxy M82
Hubble Space Telescope sees evidence of water vapor venting off Jovian Moon
The Planetarium is open to the public on Tuesday evenings during the school year. Show times on Tuesday's are 5:30 pm and 7:00 pm. Tickets go on sale 30 minutes prior to the show time. Arrive early because there is no late seating.
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