Stay up to date on the amazing field of Astronomy with different monthly topics. This approximately 45 minute program includes a look at what's up in the current night sky.
Eyes on Earth December 10, 2015
We all know that NASA has many satellites out in space observing planets and other objects. Did you know that NASA also has many satellites focused on the Earth? Come and learn about some of these missions and why NASA has turned things around to examine our home planet.
Mars Rover Update January 14, 2016
Learn what's happening on Mars right now with information gathered from 3 different rovers that are providing discoveries every day. Also explore the new landers scheduled to visit and NQASA's upcoming plans.
The Future of the Hubble Space Telescope February 11, 2016
The Hubble Space Telescope has been observing the secrets of the universe for 26 years. With no scheduled missions to repair the failing gyroscopes, what will become of it? Learn what NASA has planned for the future of space telescopes
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Doors close promptly at start time. Tickets for all star shows are available at
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shows include an overview of the current night sky and any news from the space agencies.
For safety reasons, late admittance to planetarium programs is not permitted.