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  • Planetarium
  • Planetarium

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  • Planetarium Shows & Events

    sunstruckSUNSTRUCK

    March 22 - May 17 | Sundays at 2 pm and Mondays at 7 pm

    A new, full dome planetarium experience from the Michigan Science Center.
    Discover the wonders of our sun. Its incredible energy has supported life on earth for millennia, but is now threatening our technology and way of life.  Travel to the distant future to discover our sun’s connection to the universe’s cosmic cycle of life and death.
    Educator Resources | Teacher Resources

    The Little Star that CouldThe Little Star that Could

    March 21 - May 16 | Saturdays at 11 am

    This is a story for children of all ages about an average yellow star in search of planets of his own, to protect and warm. Along the way, he learns what makes each star and planet special. This has been a very popular program for younger audiences.

    Special Event

    Pi in the SkyPi in the Sky - EPIC Pi Day in the Planetarium

    Saturday, March 14 at 9:15 am

    Come to the planetarium to celebrate the most epic Pi day of your lifetime! Celebrate pi and PIE! There will be activities, a pi off, pi in the sky and space, and a chance to win FREE PIE!!! Event starts at 9:15 am, Saturday, March 14, leading up to the EPIC moment: 3-14-15 @ 9:26:53 AM Be there or be square!


    Admission* (cash or check only)

    • $5.00 - General Admission
    • $2.50 - Children (12 & under), Seniors (62 & over) and Tri-College Students

    *Prices for special events vary.  Check show details for prices.

    The Planetarium is located in Bridges Hall, Room 167. Please call 218.477.2920 with questions.