San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us Friday, December 2nd for a 45 minute live, interactive planetarium show to learn what's up in the sky this month. We'll show you where to find what planets, constellations, meteor showers, aurora and interesting deep sky objects you can see in the night skies this month. We will also share with you some of the latest exciting discoveries in astronomy! Recommended for ages 6 yrs and up. Questions welcomed.
There will be shows starting at 5:30pm, 6:30pm, and 7:30pm.
Due to the capacity constraints of the planetarium, each time slot will be limited to the first 40 persons to RSVP here.
What is a planetarium?
A planetarium is a dome shaped room with projections on the ceiling which display the planets, stars, and other celestial objects. It is different than an observatory, which is a building that houses telescope(s) to view the real night sky.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No. This event is open to everyone who has reserved a free ticket in advance.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Message UW Planetarium on Facebook, @UWPlanetarium on Twitter, or email us at uwplanetarium AT gmail DOT com
How do I get to the planetarium?
For directions to the auditorium building, please go the following link and scroll down to "Directions:" http://depts.washington.edu/astron/outreach/uw-planetarium/
The planetarium is on the second level of the Physics and Astronomy Auditorium (PAA) building in room A220.
Is there parking near the planetarium?
For more information on parking at the UW, please visit: http://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/park