NOTICE: OUR 2019 SHOW SCHEDULE WILL BE UP SOON! WE ARE CURRENTLY DOING SOME PLANETARIUM MAINTENANCE, AND AS SOON AS THAT IS COMPLETE, LOOK FOR NEW, EXCITING, AND MORE PUBLIC PROGRAMS COMING THIS YEAR.
We feature a variety of shows open to the public once a month.
Our current schedule of programs can be found HERE.
All programs will begin with a live tour of the night sky given by our astronomer, Christopher Fenwick. The featured presentation will follow.
Public shows are $10 per person.
All programs start promptly at the times indicated. Late entry will not be allowed into the dome, so make sure to arrive early, and plan for unexpected delays in travel and parking.
The LONGO PLANETARIUM at CCM is located in Cohen Hall, near the center of campus.
The public programs featured at the Longo Planetarium at CCM:
“OUR PERILOUS UNIVERSE”: Space is filled with the greatest of dangers! From massive solar flares to black holes, the perils are mighty. We’ll explore some of the greatest hazards the universe has to offer. (for ages 8 & up)
“SHAPES IN THE SKY”: Our classic storytelling show for our youngest viewers has been updated with new adventures told by ancient cultures about the glittering dots they saw in the sky. They inspired wondrous tales and myths, and we’ll relive these amazing stories. (for ages 4 & up)
“POSTCARDS FROM SPACE”: For decades amazingly engineered spacecraft have explored our Solar System and beyond. Each has beamed back amazing images and information, with surprises and mysteries revealed. We’ll fly along with some of these amazing machines! (perfect for all ages)
In December, we feature our special program “A HOLIDAY UNDER THE STARS”, a sophisticated, historical, look at the different perspectives of the night sky from cultures throughout the world. (geared for adults)