Our full-dome planetarium transports visitors across space and time in a variety of amazing adventures. Voyage to the furthest reaches of our galaxy to examine black holes, stars and planets; travel back in time to investigate ancient civilizations; or visit the deepest parts of our oceans and explore an active coral reef!

The Space Theater shows are included in general admission price. Seating capacity is 90 people per showing.

Monday – Saturday
11:00 am – Zula Patrol
12:00 pm – Grossology
1:00 pm – Mayan Archaeoastronomy
2:00 pm – From Earth to Universe
3:00 pm – Expedition Reef
1:00 pm – Mayan Archaeoastronomy
2:00 pm – From Earth to Universe
3:00 pm – Expedition Reef

Now Showing

Secrets of the Cardboard Rocket

Showing Tuesday-Saturday at 11:00 am

30 minutes

Embark on an amazing expedition as students join two children who build a rocket out of a refrigerator box and take a fantastic journey through the Solar System alongside their ship’s navigator, a talking astronomy book. Viewers will explore the planets of the solar system in this animated feature.

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Flight Adventures

Showing Tuesday-Saturday at 12:00 pm, Sunday at 1:00 pm
30 minutes

Flight Adventures introduces children and families to the science, technology, and history of flight. The show features NASA’s research and the advancements that have made space travel possible, along with the important role that models have played in flight development. NASA resources include images and experts. Take a Flight Adventure and discover the skies above!

IBEX: Search for the Edge of the Solar System

Showing Monday-Saturday at 1:00 pm.
27 Minutes

Join scientists who are investigating the boundary between our Solar System and the rest of our galaxy in IBEX: Search for the Edge of the Solar System.

Designed for visitors with an appreciation for the challenges of space science and a desire to learn more about science research, the show follows the creation of NASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX). Audiences will get an in-depth look at the mission and how IBEX is collecting high-speed atoms to create a map of our Solar System’s boundary.

Narrated by two inquisitive teenagers, audiences will hear from the scientists and engineers that developed the IBEX mission and created the spacecraft, and get the latest updates on the mission’s discoveries.

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Showing Tuesday-Sunday at 2:00 pm.
20 Minutes

Travel back to the beginning of time and experience the birth of the Sun. Discover how it came to support life, how it threatens life as we know it, and how its energy will one day fade away.

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Saturn the Ring World

Showing Tuesday-Sunday at 3:00 pm.
22 Minutes

Saturn is the true “Lord of the Rings”. After nearly seven years in transit, the two-story Cassini-Huygens spacecraft began orbiting Saturn on July 1, 2004. Cassini continues to explore Saturn and its moons during its extended mission, while the Huygens probe had landed on the surface of Titan, Saturn’s largest moon. The Cassini Saturn encounter began with a flyby of Saturn’s farthest moon, Phoebe. See Saturn up-close and all-around-you inside our dome theater.