* * Special! APRIL BREAK SHOWS (Fri., April 3 & Mon. - Fri. April 6 - 10): 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm * *

Monday - Friday

2:00 PM We Choose Space! (ends March 31)
Discover the completed International Space Station (ISS) and the past and future moon with Astronauts Scott Parazinsky, Tom Jones and Gene Cernan, and veteran space reporter Walter Cronkite. This show is filled with real adventures for everyone who dreams of space and wonder about human spaceflight.

2:00 PM Two Small Pieces of Glass (starts April 1)
Explore the history of the telescope and discover its impact on the science of astronomy. Narrated by two children in a star party setting, this show features astrophysicists and cosmologists from the world's renowned universities and observatories explaining astronomy concepts -- from Galileo's act of revealing the cosmos with a simple telescope to the latest discoveries in space, including startling new ideas about life on other planets and dark energy.

Saturday & School Holidays, Summer

10:00 AM Wonderful Sky
Explore the sights and sounds of the day and night sky. This introductory program guides young audiences through the seasonal sky and helps them experience the wonders of the cosmos. Best for ages 3-7.

11:00 AM We Choose Space! (ends March 31)
Discover the completed International Space Station (ISS) and the past and future moon with Astronauts Scott Parazinsky, Tom Jones and Gene Cernan, and veteran space reporter Walter Cronkite. This show is filled with real adventures for everyone who dreams of space and wonder about human spaceflight.

11:00 AM Two Small Pieces of Glass (starts April 1)
Explore the history of the telescope and discover its impact on the science of astronomy. Narrated by two children in a star party setting, this show features astrophysicists and cosmologists from the world's renowned universities and observatories explaining astronomy concepts -- from Galileo's act of revealing the cosmos with a simple telescope to the latest discoveries in space, including startling new ideas about life on other planets and dark energy.

1:00 PM Wonderful Sky
Explore the sights and sounds of the day and night sky. This introductory program guides young audiences through the seasonal sky and helps them experience the wonders of the cosmos. Best for ages 3-7.

2:00 PM We Choose Space! (ends March 31)
Discover the completed International Space Station (ISS) and the past and future moon with Astronauts Scott Parazinsky, Tom Jones and Gene Cernan, and veteran space reporter Walter Cronkite. This show is filled with real adventures for everyone who dreams of space and wonder about human spaceflight.

2:00 PM Two Small Pieces of Glass (starts April 1)
Explore the history of the telescope and discover its impact on the science of astronomy. Narrated by two children in a star party setting, this show features astrophysicists and cosmologists from the world's renowned universities and observatories explaining astronomy concepts -- from Galileo's act of revealing the cosmos with a simple telescope to the latest discoveries in space, including startling new ideas about life on other planets and dark energy.

3:00 PM Night of the Hunter (ends 3/20)
Explore Orion, a constellation currently visible in the winter night sky, and discover why it was named after a Greek hunter in this fun and informative live exploration of the stars, constellations and planets visible in the winter night sky. 
This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space.

3:00 PM Night of the Lion (starts 3/21)
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.

Sunday

1:00 PM Wonderful Sky
Explore the sights and sounds of the day and night sky. This introductory program guides young audiences through the seasonal sky and helps them experience the wonders of the cosmos. Best for ages 3-7.

2:00 PM We Choose Space! (ends March 31)
Discover the completed International Space Station (ISS) and the past and future moon with Astronauts Scott Parazinsky, Tom Jones and Gene Cernan, and veteran space reporter Walter Cronkite. This show is filled with real adventures for everyone who dreams of space and wonder about human spaceflight.

2:00 PM Two Small Pieces of Glass (starts April 1)
Explore the history of the telescope and discover its impact on the science of astronomy. Narrated by two children in a star party setting, this show features astrophysicists and cosmologists from the world's renowned universities and observatories explaining astronomy concepts -- from Galileo's act of revealing the cosmos with a simple telescope to the latest discoveries in space, including startling new ideas about life on other planets and dark energy.

3:00 PM Night of the Hunter (ends 3/20)
Explore Orion, a constellation currently visible in the winter night sky, and discover why it was named after a Greek hunter in this fun and informative live exploration of the stars, constellations and planets visible in the winter night sky. 
This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space.

3:00 PM Night of the Lion (starts 3/21)
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.


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.




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