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George E. Coleman, Sr. Planetarium

河北快3代理At the George E. Coleman, Sr. Planetarium, students and the general public can explore the night sky as seen from Earth, or fly into the cosmos to explore other worlds in our dome-shaped theater. Planetarium events open to the public are FREE unless otherwise stated.

You will be truly immersed in the universe and see incredible modern-day scientific discoveries!

The planetarium features:
  • 30-foot diameter dome
  • 46 seats
  • State-of-the-art Digistar 5 Full-Dome Digital Planetarium Projector
An Evans & Sutherland Production In Association with the Houston Museum of Natural Science Tales of a Time Traveler, narrated by David Tennant

Free public show
Most Fridays at 7:30 p.m.

Doors open at 7:00 p.m.

Winter Hours Now - February 28

Shows will start Fridays at 7:30 p.m.
河北快3代理Doors will open at 7:00 p.m.

河北快3代理Now through February 28

Upcoming Shows

The planetarium show will change in December. Check back for updates.

What's Showing

The current public show is titled “Tales of a Time Traveler.”

The show begins with a 23-minute full dome video that explores time itself! Join us to discover the illusive nature of time and journey through the history of the Earth, stars and universe. Narrated by David Tennant.

Learn about reserving the planetarium for a school field trip.

If you are planning to attend a public show with a group of eight or more, please email us in advance so we can ensure we are able to accommodate your group.

An Evans & Sutherland Production In Association with the Museum of Natural Science Tales of  Time Traveler, narrated by David Tennant

Upcoming Shows

河北快3代理The planetarium show will change in December. Check back for updates.

Format

Public shows incorporate full-dome video and a live presentation of what is up in the current night sky. Recent astronomical discoveries may also be presented.

The live content of the show changes throughout the year to reflect changes in the evening skies and new developments in science.

Shows may include stunning images of stellar nebulas, travel to distant planets or stars, and detailed instruction on how to identify constellations!

Observatory

Weather permitting, after the Friday public planetarium show we invite visitors out to the observatory for viewing through the 16" Boller & Chiven research grade telescope. The observatory is occasionally open to the public on some Saturdays during the semester. 

To find out the observatory's daily operating status, please visit the .

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