Counting the Stars
January 6, 13, 16, 20, and 27 • 7 p.m.
The intriguing story of how photography changed our understanding of the night sky and the people that made it happen. The Pleiades star cluster has seven stars visible to the unaided eye, Galileo through his telescope saw 47 stars. The first long exposure photograph showed 2,326 stars. Live narrated show by Judi James is best suited to school age children through adult audiences.
In the Planetarium Lobby: Space exploration wall with NASA TV, 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.
For more information, please call The Center’s main office at 979-265-7661
We are located at 400 College Blvd., Clute, TX 77531
Cost for admission: $5 adults and $3 children 12 and under