* * SUMMER SCHEDULE begins June 24; see below * *

School Year Schedule (ends June 23)
Monday - Friday

2:00 PM Two Small Pieces of Glass
Explore the history of the telescope from Galileo's use of two small pieces of glass to the launch of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the future of astronomy. Experience the wonder and discovery made by astronomers throughout the last 400 years.

Saturday & School Holidays

10:00 AM Little Wonders Star Show
Discover the wonders of the night sky at an introductory planetarium show designed especially for our youngest audiences.

11:00 AM Two Small Pieces of Glass
Explore the history of the telescope from Galileo's use of two small pieces of glass to the launch of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the future of astronomy. Experience the wonder and discovery made by astronomers throughout the last 400 years.

1:00 PM Little Wonders Star Show
Discover the wonders of the night sky at an introductory planetarium show designed especially for our youngest audiences. 

2:00 PM Two Small Pieces of Glass
Explore the history of the telescope from Galileo's use of two small pieces of glass to the launch of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the future of astronomy. Experience the wonder and discovery made by astronomers throughout the last 400 years.

3:00 PM Night of the Lion (ends 6/20)
Celebrate the start of spring and explore Leo, the lion, a constellation visible in the spring night sky, in this fun and informative live exploration of the planets, stars and constellations in the spring night sky. This show will run at 3pm weekends and school holidays throughout the spring.

3:00 PM Night of the Swan (begins 6/21)
Celebrate summer and explore Cygnus, the swan, a constellation visible in the summer night sky at this fun and informative live exploration of the planets, stars and constellations in the summer night sky.

Sunday

1:00 PM Little Wonders Star Show
Discover the wonders of the night sky at an introductory planetarium show designed especially for our youngest audiences. 

2:00 PM Two Small Pieces of Glass
Explore the history of the telescope from Galileo's use of two small pieces of glass to the launch of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the future of astronomy. Experience the wonder and discovery made by astronomers throughout the last 400 years.

3:00 PM Night of the Lion (ends 6/20)
Celebrate the start of spring and explore Leo, the lion, a constellation visible in the spring night sky, in this fun and informative live exploration of the planets, stars and constellations in the spring night sky. This show will run at 3pm weekends and school holidays throughout the spring.

3:00 PM Night of the Swan (begins 6/21)
Celebrate summer and explore Cygnus, the swan, a constellation visible in the summer night sky at this fun and informative live exploration of the planets, stars and constellations in the summer night sky. 

Summer Schedule (June 24 - September 7)
Daily
(please note: shows begin at 1:00 PM on Sundays)

10:00 AM Little Wonders Star Show
Discover the wonders of the night sky at an introductory planetarium show designed especially for our youngest audiences.

11:00 AM We Choose Space
Take a trip to the International Space Station and help explore our universe! Discover real adventures for everyone who dreams of space and wonder about human spaceflight.

12:00 PM Earth's Wild Ride
Explore the Earth as you’ve never done before -- as observed by a fictional family relocated on the Moon! Discover crashing asteroids, erupting volcanoes, roaring dinosaurs, electrifying lightning and booming thunder. See eclipses, the ice age, Earth's water cycle and the differences between the Earth and Moon on a roller-coaster-like ride through canyons of raging rivers and hot flowing lava.

1:00 PM Little Wonders Star Show
Discover the wonders of the night sky at an introductory planetarium show designed especially for our youngest audiences. 

2:00 PM We Choose Space
Take a trip to the International Space Station and help explore our universe! Discover real adventures for everyone who dreams of space and wonder about human spaceflight.

3:00 PM Night of the Swan
Celebrate summer and explore Cygnus, the swan, a constellation visible in the summer night sky at this fun and informative live exploration of the planets, stars and constellations in the summer night sky. 

4:00 PM Earth's Wild Ride
Explore the Earth as you’ve never done before -- as observed by a fictional family relocated on the Moon! Discover crashing asteroids, erupting volcanoes, roaring dinosaurs, electrifying lightning and booming thunder. See eclipses, the ice age, Earth's water cycle and the differences between the Earth and Moon on a roller-coaster-like ride through canyons of raging rivers and hot flowing lava.



GOTO Star Machine
See 8,500 stars, 26 deep sky objects, 24 constellations, and much more!   View the sky from any location on Earth and any place in the solar system!

Explore Astronomy News...See a Planetarium Show!
Curious about the new planet just discovered? Questions about the latest events in space? All Shows at the Suits-Bueche Planetarium include a look at the current night sky and the latest astronomy news.



For more information, contact the Suits-Bueche Planetarium at 518.382.7890 x227.




ADMISSION
General Museum 
Admission
General Admission
PLUS Planetarium*
Members:
FREE
4 FREE PASSES
Reciprocal Membership: FREE $5.00
Children (3-12):
$6.50
$11.50
Seniors Citizens (65+):
$8.00
$13.00
Adults (12+):
$9.50
$14.50

*Planetarium admission is sold with general museum admission.


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