Calendar

Feb
29
Sat
Zoo in the Sky Planetarium Show @ MOST
Feb 29 @ 11:15 am – 11:45 am

Zoo in the Sky explores the stories, myths and legends of seasonal animal constellations! Show is suitable for young children. This show changes seasonally. Be sure to check it out year-round!

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Extraterrestrial: Life Beyond Earth – Planetarium Show @ MOST
Feb 29 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm

Have you ever wondered if there is life beyond Earth? This program explores what makes Earth a great place for life, and whether it can exist elsewhere in our universe. The show uses NASA visualizations to engage students’ curiosity and highlights scientific searches for alien life.

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Winter’s Wonders – Planetarium Show @ MOST
Feb 29 @ 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm

Explore the winter sky by finding the major constellations during this season. Learn about the wondrous astronomical sights that are visible, including planets, nebulas, and stars.  Recommended for ages 8 and older.

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Mar
1
Sun
Zoo in the Sky Planetarium Show @ MOST
Mar 1 @ 11:15 am – 11:45 am

Zoo in the Sky explores the stories, myths and legends of seasonal animal constellations! Show is suitable for young children. This show changes seasonally. Be sure to check it out year-round!

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Mother Earth: What Can We Learn from the Haudenosaunee – Planetarium Show
Mar 1 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm

This presentation uses nature photography and NASA photos and video to examine the natural cycles of Earth and spotlight some changes humans have caused. Much of the show is devoted to the Haudenosaunee, their history, constellation stories, and conservation philosophies.  Their long history of successfully living with the land provides a lesson on how to co-exist with Mother Earth.

Winter’s Wonders – Planetarium Show @ MOST
Mar 1 @ 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm

Explore the winter sky by finding the major constellations during this season. Learn about the wondrous astronomical sights that are visible, including planets, nebulas, and stars.  Recommended for ages 8 and older.

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Mar
7
Sat
Zoo in the Sky Planetarium Show @ MOST
Mar 7 @ 11:15 am – 11:45 am

Zoo in the Sky explores the stories, myths and legends of seasonal animal constellations! Show is suitable for young children. This show changes seasonally. Be sure to check it out year-round!

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Mother Earth: What Can We Learn from the Haudenosaunee – Planetarium Show
Mar 7 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm

This presentation uses nature photography and NASA photos and video to examine the natural cycles of Earth and spotlight some changes humans have caused. Much of the show is devoted to the Haudenosaunee, their history, constellation stories, and conservation philosophies.  Their long history of successfully living with the land provides a lesson on how to co-exist with Mother Earth.

Winter’s Wonders – Planetarium Show @ MOST
Mar 7 @ 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm

Explore the winter sky by finding the major constellations during this season. Learn about the wondrous astronomical sights that are visible, including planets, nebulas, and stars.  Recommended for ages 8 and older.

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Mar
8
Sun
Zoo in the Sky Planetarium Show @ MOST
Mar 8 @ 11:15 am – 11:45 am

Zoo in the Sky explores the stories, myths and legends of seasonal animal constellations! Show is suitable for young children. This show changes seasonally. Be sure to check it out year-round!

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Mother Earth: What Can We Learn from the Haudenosaunee – Planetarium Show
Mar 8 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm

This presentation uses nature photography and NASA photos and video to examine the natural cycles of Earth and spotlight some changes humans have caused. Much of the show is devoted to the Haudenosaunee, their history, constellation stories, and conservation philosophies.  Their long history of successfully living with the land provides a lesson on how to co-exist with Mother Earth.

Winter’s Wonders – Planetarium Show @ MOST
Mar 8 @ 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm

Explore the winter sky by finding the major constellations during this season. Learn about the wondrous astronomical sights that are visible, including planets, nebulas, and stars.  Recommended for ages 8 and older.

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Mar
14
Sat
Zoo in the Sky Planetarium Show @ MOST
Mar 14 @ 11:15 am – 11:45 am

Zoo in the Sky explores the stories, myths and legends of seasonal animal constellations! Show is suitable for young children. This show changes seasonally. Be sure to check it out year-round!

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Mother Earth: What Can We Learn from the Haudenosaunee – Planetarium Show
Mar 14 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm

This presentation uses nature photography and NASA photos and video to examine the natural cycles of Earth and spotlight some changes humans have caused. Much of the show is devoted to the Haudenosaunee, their history, constellation stories, and conservation philosophies.  Their long history of successfully living with the land provides a lesson on how to co-exist with Mother Earth.

Winter’s Wonders – Planetarium Show @ MOST
Mar 14 @ 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm

Explore the winter sky by finding the major constellations during this season. Learn about the wondrous astronomical sights that are visible, including planets, nebulas, and stars.  Recommended for ages 8 and older.

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.
Mar
15
Sun
Zoo in the Sky Planetarium Show @ MOST
Mar 15 @ 11:15 am – 11:45 am

Zoo in the Sky explores the stories, myths and legends of seasonal animal constellations! Show is suitable for young children. This show changes seasonally. Be sure to check it out year-round!

COST:

  • FREE for members; tickets are required.
  • Exhibit admission and $3 planetarium show cost for nonmembers.