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Opening September 7th/8th . . . . .

 

Little Star

THE LITTLE STAR THAT COULD

Journey with “Little Star,” an average yellow star, in search of planets of his own to protect and warm. Along the way, he meets other stars, learns what makes each star special, why they are different colors and how they combine to form star clusters and galaxies.  Let’s hope a delightful cast of characters including “Pearl” and “Big Daddy” can help “Little Star” find some planets!  Updated and adapted to fulldome video by Audio Visual Imagineering.  Saturday's at 7pm.  Adults are $6; students, seniors and kids under 12 are $5, all tickets sold at the door.  

 

 

 



 

Pskies

PRAIRIE SKIES

A live‑narrated tour of the wonders of the tonight's sky, accompanied by some of the legendary stories of the ancient sky.Find out what constellations and planets are visible tonight and how to find them. This show is updated seasonally and is intended for all ages.  Showing most Fridays at 7pm.  Adults are $6; students, seniors and kids under 12 are $5, all tickets sold at the door.

 

Aurora

EXPERIENCE THE AURORA!

New!  The Northern Lights!One of nature’s truly awesome sights!But what are they and what causes them?Over seven months in the Arctic Circle, Evans & Sutherland crews captured timelapse images of the Aurora Borealis with high resolution digital SLR cameras outfitted with fisheye lenses. The results are spectacular. For the first time the aurora has been captured as it was meant to be experienced, as a display that covers the entire sky. This immersive show shares the science behind the aurora and tells the story of our quest to find and photograph the aurora for fulldome theaters. Winner of 2 Telly Awards. Showing Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm.  Adults are $6; students, seniors and kids under 12 are $5, all tickets sold at the door.