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Star Gazing Room-Planetarium Show
Fri, April 14, 2017, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM MDT
Show Times: Please arrive at least 10 minutes early and meet in the basement of the Payne Family Native American Center. The planetarium entrance will be closed at the beginning of the show and we will be unable to admit anyone after this time.
As planetarium visitors, we kindly ask the following of you and your group:
- Before your show, turn off all cell phones and handheld electronic devices. Refrain from taking pictures or texting during the show.
- Remain seated once the show has begun, for your own safety and that of those around you.
- Do not touch the equipment or planetarium walls.
- Food and drink is not allowed in the planetarium.
- If you must leave the planetarium at any time during a show, please ask our presenter to help you safely get to the exit. Due to the darkness of the room, and for safety precautions, you will not be re-admitted during the program.
Age Recommendations: Children age 7 and older seem able to enjoy the show best. If a child can remain quiet and attentive for the 50 minutes, then it is fine for that child to attend. PLEASE NOTE: Parents are responsible for their child and may be asked to leave if the child is disruptive.
- January 20th: Dan Reisenfeld - "From the Earth to the Edge of the Universe"
- February 3rd: Diane Friend -"Phantom of the Universe: Dark Matter" Limited seating available
- February 17th: Mark Reiser - "Stellar Standouts: The Most Fascinating Stars in our Montana Skies"
- March 3rd: Nate McCrady - "Peering into the Universe's Past: Lookback Time and Finite Speed of Light"
- March 17th: Mark Reiser - "Stellar Standouts: The Most Fascinating Stars in our Montana Skies"
- March 31st: Dan Reisenfeld - "Stellar Nurseries to Black Holes - The Life Cycle of the Stars"
- April 14th: Nate McCrady - "Inferring the Structure of our Galaxy with the Naked Eye"
- April 28th: Dan Reisenfeld - "Stellar Nurseries to Black Holes - The Life Cycle of the Stars"
- May 12th: Diane Friend
Planetarium Capacity: The maximum number of attendees is 28.