Imagine soaring out to the farthest known quasar, exploring recently discovered galaxies, or journeying through an historic civilization.
The Minnesota State University Moorhead planetarium offers a variety of multimedia presentations that awe, amaze, entertain and educate viewers of all ages. Tour the planets and known universe through a night sky simulation that delivers spectacular imagery through a dynamic and total immersion experience. The planetarium uses the premier Elumenati projector and Uniview scientific software used by the most prestigious planetariums in the country. The planetarium comfortably seats 62, and serves 10,000 visitors annually.
Because COVID-19 has reduced the number of programs the Planetarium can safely offer, we need your help now to continue educational programming for your family and our community. We’re in this together. Your gift will keep the Planetarium shining brightly for the future.
In person Planetarium shows are on hold for now.
We are looking into providing digital experiences soon.
Planetarium director, student staff present workshop at virtual conferencePlanetarium Director Dr. Sara Schultz and science education student Erick Hernandez presented a workshop at the virtual Minnesota Science Teachers […]
Space Stories Read AloudAnother installment of Space Stories Read Aloud with planetarium student staff, Maddison Rechtzigel. Maddison streams live each Wednesday afternoon at […]
Planetarium students, director present at Great Lakes Planetarium Association Annual ConferenceSeven planetarium student staff and the director, Dr. Sara Schultz, presented this week for the annual GLPA conference, this year […]
Planetarium student live streams Space Story Read AloudPlanetarium student Madison Rechtzigel live streams her very first Space Story Read Aloud. The MSUM Planetarium has been looking into […]
Schultz, Hernandez present at Middle Atlantic Planetarium Society virtual conferencePlanetarium director Sara Schultz and science education student Erick Hernandez presented Sept. 25 and 26 to the Middle Atlantic Planetarium […]