Search for the Edge of the Solar System
Investigate the boundary between our Solar System and the rest of our galaxy. 28 Minutes
Dreams of flying, model aircraft and a young girl and her grandfather come together in this multi- media planetarium show about the science of aeronautics. 22 Minutes
Flight to the Moon
In June 2009, two unmanned spacecraft, the LRO (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter) and LCROSS (Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite) launched. 9 Minutes
Back to the Moon for Good
This movie chronicles teams around the world competing for the largest incentivized prize in history, by landing a robotic spacecraft on the Moon for the first time in more than 40 years.
Two Small Pieces of Glass
Learn how the telescope has helped us understand our place in space and how telescopes continue to expand our understanding of the Universe. 23 Minutes
When you look into the sky, the background not-quite-blackness is filled with the diffuse light of stars lost in the space between galaxies, these are the cosmic castaways. 25 Minutes
These shows are specifically designed for use in planetariums and are amazing to watch. The movie is displayed all around the audience and you are immersed in the show. It is quite an experience, and allows anyone to enjoy a planetarium in a portable environment. Click the links to learn more about each movie.
Ages 4-7 Grades Pre K-2
Follow a teddy bear’s discovery of flight in this delightful adventure especially for ages 4-7. Wilbear’s grandpa uses demonstrations exploring the nature of flight to build up to the story of the Wright Brother’s historic first airplane experience. Grandpa bear captivates audiences with tales of inventions over time from kites and gliders to today’s jet planes. Young Wilbear’s dream comes true when he gets to fly in a real airplane just like his hero Wilbur Wright. 22 Minutes
Demonstrates how the Sun and Earth are interconnected and that we are "Living with a Star". 12 Minutes
Explains and explores the nature of dark matter, the missing 80% of the mass of the Universe. 20 Minutes