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Our maximum capacity for public events is 28. Please purchase your tickets well in advance, as our shows sell out quickly. Tickets are not sold at the door. Plan to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the beginning of your show, as there is no admittance once the show begins.
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Winter/Spring 2021: (FREE) Virtual Planetarium Shows
"Down to the Core: Exploring the Interiors of the Sun and Planets."
Friday, January 15th, 5:00 – 6:00 PM
Friday, February 12th, 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Friday, March 12th, 5:00 – 6:00 PM
Friday, April 16th, 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Please join us for our first fully live virtual planetarium show. Using our Digistar software, we have created a full immersive tour through various locales in our solar system. We'll peer into the inner workings of Earth, the sun, and the full complement of our neighboring planets. These shows will be live-streamed directly to our guests via Zoom, and will be hosted and narrated live by Mark Reiser. Audience questions will be welcome throughout the show, and we'll also have a Q&A session afterward. Please join us for any of the 4 offerings of this special program! Tickets will be required (but are free), and can be reserved here.
NOTE: The University of Montana is limiting ways in which large groups can gather and possibly spread COVID-19 — like the planetarium, where there is close contact in an enclosed space. For the near future, we will be creating Virtual/Online Planetarium shows for the public during the early parts of 2021. Thank you for your patience as we persevere through the pandemic together.