Upcoming Shows and Times

All shows start with a tour of the nighttime sky as well as some other amazing sights in space using our full-dome Digistar 5 projection system (manufactured by Evans & Sutherland). Many of these are following by a professionally produced dull-dome multimedia shows on various exciting astronomical topics. Throughout the year some of our shows are more extensive nighttime sky tours, giving even more details about the constellations, stars, and planets that you can currently see in the sky.

  1. "Cosmology" »

    Thursday Jan 24

    7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    After a tour of the sky, come join us as we address the Big Questions: How did the universe begin, and how is it evolving? What might its ultimate fate be? Where do we fit in with the broader picture? Explore some of the big questions in this original show narrated by Michael Stevens of Vsauce. "Cosmology" is produced by the Casper Planetarium and is approximately 25 minutes long.
  2. "Saturday kids' show + 'Story Time from Space' " »

    Saturday Jan 26

    10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

    Start with a tour of the nighttime sky, seeing the stars, constellations, and planets that are visible in the sky now. Then sit back and enjoy "Story Time From Space" as astronauts on the International Space Station read stories to you! They will also tell you a bit about their lives and their work on this amazing orbiting science platform. "Story Time from Space" is a project of the Global Space Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit education foundation.
  3. "Cosmology" »

    Monday Jan 28

    4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    After a tour of the sky, come join us as we address the Big Questions: How did the universe begin, and how is it evolving? What might its ultimate fate be? Where do we fit in with the broader picture? Explore some of the big questions in this original show narrated by Michael Stevens of Vsauce. "Cosmology" is produced by the Casper Planetarium and is approximately 25 minutes long.
  4. "Cosmology" »

    Tuesday Jan 29

    7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    After a tour of the sky, come join us as we address the Big Questions: How did the universe begin, and how is it evolving? What might its ultimate fate be? Where do we fit in with the broader picture? Explore some of the big questions in this original show narrated by Michael Stevens of Vsauce. "Cosmology" is produced by the Casper Planetarium and is approximately 25 minutes long.
  5. "Cosmology" »

    Wednesday Jan 30

    4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    After a tour of the sky, come join us as we address the Big Questions: How did the universe begin, and how is it evolving? What might its ultimate fate be? Where do we fit in with the broader picture? Explore some of the big questions in this original show narrated by Michael Stevens of Vsauce. "Cosmology" is produced by the Casper Planetarium and is approximately 25 minutes long.
  6. "Cosmology" »

    Thursday Jan 31

    7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    After a tour of the sky, come join us as we address the Big Questions: How did the universe begin, and how is it evolving? What might its ultimate fate be? Where do we fit in with the broader picture? Explore some of the big questions in this original show narrated by Michael Stevens of Vsauce. "Cosmology" is produced by the Casper Planetarium and is approximately 25 minutes long.
  7. "Saturday kids' show + 'Story Time from Space' " »

    Saturday Feb 2

    10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

    Start with a tour of the nighttime sky, seeing the stars, constellations, and planets that are visible in the sky now. Then sit back and enjoy "Story Time From Space" as astronauts on the International Space Station read stories to you! They will also tell you a bit about their lives and their work on this amazing orbiting science platform. "Story Time from Space" is a project of the Global Space Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit education foundation.