VCSU Planetarium Shows

Event Date: 
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Star bulb
Event Description: 

Rhoades Science Center is home to a Spitz 512 planetarium. It has a 24 foot domed ceiling and 50 reclining seats in a three-quarter arrangement. 

The planetarium is used for teaching purposes for some college classes as Astronomy and Earth Science. It's primary function though is to provide an educational service to area schools and community groups. There are 85-100 shows presented each year to college classes, visiting public schools, and various community groups. Each month a show for the general public is also provided. 

Interested persons can enroll in a Planetarium Science class, which is offered each semester. Students in this class learn how to operate the planetarium, present programs, and assist in writing and creating a new planetarium show.

See the webpage for more information and to schedule a show.

Also includes a gallery of printed "Visions of the Future" Posters.

Event Type: 
Planetarium Show
Open to the General Public?: 
Yes
Topic: 
Astronomy
Event Location: 

Valley City State University Planetarium

101 College Street SW
Valley CityNorth Dakota 58072
United States