Sensational Saturn, Cassini Grand Finale
September 5, 12, 19, 22 & 26
After 13 years of great discoveries, the
Cassini spacecraft makes its final dive
into the planet Saturn, itself, on September 15. The latest daring adventures uncover even more secrets of the ringed giant.
A Trip Around the Triangle
October 3, 10, 17, 24 & 27
Find constellations, see distant stars, view amazing nebulae. Overhead in October, this region of the sky hosts vibrant stars, dying stars, black holes, exoplanets, the main band of the Milky Way and great stories.
How far is far?
November 7, 14, 21, 24 & 28
An unlikely pair of scientists discover the strange ever expanding universe. The story of Edwin Hubble and Milton Humason – the way we discover the celestial story is almost as wonderful as the discoveries themselves.
Season of Light
December 5, 12, 19, 22 & 26
Classic Christmas full dome show celebrating the customs of Christmas and exploring the question, “If the star of Bethlehem was a natural phenomenon, what might it have been?” Wonderful for the entire family and includes a beautiful tour of the winter circle
In the Planetarium Lobby: Interactive computer stations and displays • ViewSpace: Images from Hubble, Spitzer & Chandra telescopes with the latest news about our solar system, updated daily by astronomers at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Maryland. • Lobby is open to the public at no charge before Planetarium Shows. Planetarium shows are recommended for ages 5 – adult.
For more information, please call The Planetarium at 979-265-3376 or The Center’s main office at 979-265-7661
We are located at The Center for Arts & Sciences
400 College Blvd., Clute, TX 77531
Cost for admission: $5 adults and $3 students