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January Shows

Stars of the Pharaohs

Thursdays at 7pm

Travel to ancient Egypt to see how science was used to tell time, make a workable calendar, and align huge buildings. You’ll learn about the connection the ancient Egyptians felt with the stars and various astronomical phenomena, and experience some of the most spectacular temples and tombs of the ancient world recreated in all their original splendor. Narrated by John Rhys-Davies.

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Saturdays at 2pm

For young planetarium visitors, Molecularium - Riding Snowflakes is a magical, musical adventure into the world of atoms and molecules. After exploring the sky as we see it from Earth, this Digital-360 experience takes you on a journey with "Oxy," "Hydro," "Hydra," and an amazing cast of atoms, aboard the most fantastic ship in the universe: the Molecularium. Molecularium - Riding Snowflakes brings kids on a musical cartoon adventure into a nanoscale universe created from accurate molecular simulation. Here they learn about the 3 states of matter as they travel into a cloud, watch a snowflake form, and count the number of water molecules in a rain drop. An awesome experience, not soon forgotten!

Molecularium Trailer

Life Under the Arctic Sky

Saturdays at 3:30pm and
January 7 at 7pm

Two hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle, near the jagged tips of Norway's crown, the sun does not set for weeks on end during the summer months, and the midnight sun bounces off fields of midsummer snow. This Dome360 film features the Sami People of northern Scandinavia as they follow the reindeer migrations, much like their ancestors. The show includes the Northern Lights, dog sledding trips, and legends of the arctic fox. A total of 10 filming expeditions and 105 days were made to the Arctic to capture the Northern Lights, the Sami and their reindeer, and the beautiful Arctic scenery.

Life Under the Arctic Sky Trailer

Black Holes Revisited

Saturdays at 7pm
Starting January 14

This classic favorite has been completely re-visualized and updated, and follows what we have learned about one of the most mysterious objects in the universe. The show demonstrates what we know about Black Holes. The show takes you on a journey through one of the most enigmatic, awe-inspiring phenomena in the universe. Where do they come from? Where do they go? How do we find them? Is the Earth in danger of being pulled into one? Narrated by film actor John de Lancie.

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