DOME SHOWTIMES

September 1 - 25, 2020

Tuesday – Friday (+ Labor Day weekend, Sep. 6-7)

No 4:00 pm show on Friday, September 18

  • 11:30 am – Perfect Little Planet (not on Sep. 6)
  •   1:00 pm – We Are Astronomers
  •   2:30 pm – Stars Over Peoria 
  •   4:00 pm – Uniview: To Mars & Beyond (NEW SHOW)

Saturday (same as weekdays, except 1:00 Laser Show***)
***Laser Shows are an additional $5 Members | $8 Public 

  •   Sep. 05 – Laser Vinyl
  •   Sep. 12 – Laser Beatles
  •   Sep. 19 – Laser Vinyl 

September 26 - October, 2020 (closed Mondays & Tuesdays)

  • 11:30 am – Perfect Little Planet (not on Sundays)
  •   1:00 pm – Big Astronomy (NEW SHOW)
  •   2:30 pm – Stars Over Peoria 
  •   4:00 pm – Uniview: To Mars & Beyond (NEW SHOW)

SHOW DESCRIPTIONS

Perfect Little Planet
Imagine the ultimate space vacation. Discover our solar system through a different set of eyes – a family from another star system seeking the perfect vacation spot. Which destination would you choose? This is the solar system journey for space travelers of all ages. (recorded show, 30 min)

We Are Astronomers
Do you know what an astronomer does? Today’s astronomer is not the lone observer of past centuries. We Are Astronomers reveals the global collaboration, technology and dedication required to answer the unresolved questions of the Universe. (recorded show, 30 min)

Big Astronomy (NEW SHOW)
Travel to exotic locales and visit some of the most advanced telescopes on the planet while learning about the diverse skills and backgrounds it takes to make big astronomy happen. (recorded show, 30 min)

Stars Over Peoria
Learn about the stars and planets that you can see overhead this season in this interactive program. Hop through constellations, learn cool star names, and discover where the moon and planets will be in the current sky. Zoom in and take a closer look at the planets visible in the night sky! (live show, 30 min)

Uniview: To Mars & Beyond (NEW SHOW)
Find Mars in the night sky and learn about the 3 exciting new missions arriving at the Red Planet in February, including NASA's largest and most complex interplanetary rover, Perseverance. (live show, 30 min)