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.
Zula Patrol: Under the Weather
Showing Monday-Saturday at 11:00 am
A research mission gone awry, an interplanetary villain and a tour of the solar system are all featured in this animated full-dome film based on the award-winning PBS television series. Viewers join the Zula Patrol as they gather samples of weather for scientist Multo's research. As the Zula Patrol attempt to stop Dark Truder’s nefarious plan to become ruler of the universe, visitors will explore and compare the types of weather found on each planet in our solar system and discover the elements which combine to create weather.
Stars of the Pharoahs
Showing Monday-Saturday at Noon.
Egypt is a land of mystery whose culture and civilization were among the earliest in human history. Stars of the Pharaohs transports audiences to ancient Egypt to investigate the connection Egyptians felt with the stars and other astronomical phenomena and examine how this connection influenced their culture and society. Through an exploration of the temples, tombs and mythology of ancient Egypt viewers will also discover how Egyptians used their study of the stars to tell time, make calendars and engineer buildings.
Showing Monday-Sunday at 1:00 pm.
Fifty years after launching our dreams into space, we're left with a troubling legacy: tens of millions of pieces of orbiting debris in an ever-growing ring of debris which threatens the safety of our planetary orbits. Space Junk takes visitors on a journey which examines this very real problem and explores the challenges we face in protecting our orbits for the future. What exactly is out there? What is the risk to the extensive defense and communications satellite networks we depend on? What can we do to protect our planet from impacts which could alter its orbit, and ultimately, life on Earth?
The Future is Wild
Showing Monday-Sunday at 2:00 pm.
Based on the popular documentary series on Animal Planet, The Future is Wild explores how the Earth might change in the coming years and speculates how modern-day animals may have to adapt to new environments of the distant future. A team of over 100 animators and scholars transformed their ideas into creatures that fly, walk and swim. Experience a future fantastic, based on real science.
Fantasy Light Show
Showing Monday- Sunday at 3 pm.
Unleashing the imaginations of people of all ages, the Fantasy Light Show takes guests on the ride of a lifetime! Through computer-generated imagery, viewers will enjoy a roller coaster ride, travel on an infinity loop and journey through virtual worlds full of vibrant color and movement. Set to a fun, upbeat musical score, the Fantasy Light Show is a feast for the senses!
(May not be suitable for students at risk of seizure. Please contact DHDC for details.)