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minute changes to our public show schedule,
such as weather-related cancellations.
Please call the Planetarium Office at (513)
396-5578 to pre-register, particularly if
you are coming from a distance to see one or
more of our shows. Pre-registration is
required for all shows to ensure seating.
of the Cardboard Rocket
Planetarium is proud to offer one of the most
popular space journeys for children and their
families, “The Secret of the Cardboard Rocket.”
Thanks to our creative and talented
friends at Clark Planetarium, you’ll see and
feel the highest levels of detail and animation
of any planetarium in the world.
most dynamic fashion possible, the young star
travelers are back to show you what could only
be dreamed of before.
From the boiling surface of the sun, to
the icy rings of Saturn; children of all ages
will be mesmerized by the incredible scenery.
Discover the wonder of discovery in, “The
Secret of the Cardboard Rocket.”
$8 in advance, $10 at the door.
Meditainment is held the third Thursday of
each month, except during Holidays.
Meditainment Show is a guided meditation for
calmness and peace of mind under the stars in
our planetarium. After a series of relaxation
techniques you will follow a story where you go
on a journey through space. This guided
meditation by Meditainment specialists involves
a blend of proven meditation techniques with
stories, music, and natural sound effects.
Current Meditainment Schedule:
April 18th @ 7pm
Thursday, May 16th @ 7pm
Thursday, June 20th @ 7pm
Thursday, July 18th
Thursday, August 15th @ 7pm
Cost: $8 in advance, $10 at the door.
NO LATE ADMITTANCE!
Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to show
Scientific Investigators: Flight Adventures
with Curious Scientific Investigators: Flight
Adventures, an all-new multimedia show that
explores the super-cool science of flight!
the science of flight through the eyes of a
young girl and her grandfather as they explore
how birds, kites, planes, and models fly. Learn
about the history and future of flight and how
NASA is discovering new and safer ways to travel
with the help of future engineers and
Families with children 8 & up; grades 3-5
28th @ 2pm
Sunday, May 12th @ 1pm
May 26th @ 1pm
Admissions Cost: $8 in advance, $10 at the
Planetarium is now open for the public,
offering fascinating glimpses into the
wonderful world of astronomy and space
science. Each monthly program is
divided into two parts:
first section covers a particular topic
of interest, for example, the Mars
Lander, asteroids and near Earth
collisions, the International Space
Station, and the like.
second part is always an introduction
into the nighttime sky. Each person is
given a free sky chart.
learning how to use it, they are then taught
to recognize the major constellations and
planets visible at that season of the year