One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure, July 10, 25, August 29 – 4:30 p.m.  Preschool age kids.
Secret of the Cardboard Rocket, July 11, 24, August 28 – 4:30 p.m.  Kids 3-7 years, Star Tales, July 10 – 6 & 7:30 p.m.  All audiences. Double Feature: Secrets of the Sun and Wonders of the Universe, July 24, Aug 28 – 6 & 7:30 p.m.  Ages 7 plus. Two Small Pieces of Glass, July 25 – 6 & 7:30 p.m.  All ages. New show, Outer Limits: New Horizons’ Voyage to Pluto, July 11, Aug 29 – 6 & 7:30 p.m.  Ages 7 plus
One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure: Big Bird, Elmo and their friend from China, Hu Hu Zhu, take viewers on a journey of discovery to learn about the Big Dipper, the North Star, the Sun, and the Moon. 30 minutes - Recommended for preschool age kids
Two children are on the adventure of a lifetime when they build a rocket out of cardboard. They go on an exciting journey through the solar system using nothing but an astronomy book, their own imaginations, and the magic of the cardboard rocket.
Show length: 30 minutes - Recommended for kids 3-7 years
Star Tales, Listen to the stories behind the stars and constellations and planets you can see tonight and learn how to find them from your own backyard.  50 minutes. Recommended for all ages.
An intimate look at the Sun’s role in our solar system. From nuclear forces churning at the heart of the Sun, to mass ejections of solar material into surrounding space.  Experience the power of the Sun and its impact on the planets—and ultimately life on Earth. This full-dome feature traces the life cycle of the Sun, going back to its beginning and moving forward in time to its eventual death.
Take a breathtaking journey back in time to witness the Big Band, formation of stars and galaxies. Travel back in time to the birth of the Big Bang  50 minutes. Recommended for all ages.
Two Small Pieces of Light: The Amazing Telescope. Mysterious moons, icy rings and distant galaxies were all unknown before the invention of the telescope. Come see 
Two Small Pieces of Glass, a full dome digital planetarium show, where you’ll visit a local star party and discover the cosmos through the telescope.
Outer Limits: New Horizons’ Voyage to Pluto. Why is Pluto now called a dwarf planet?  What is it like on the surface? What do we know about this distant world?  Rediscover Pluto in Outer Limits: New Horizons' Voyage to Pluto, a new full-dome planetarium show, which will take viewers on a flight to the outer reaches of the solar system. Show is 30 minutes - Recommended for ages 7+

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