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Here is a list of shows offered at the VCSU Planetarium!
  • Finding Polaris I: A live show of the basic constellations. Appropriate for all ages. Running Time: 30 minutes
  • Finding Polaris II: A remake of a 2003 show, this show follows a student getting a personal tour of the night sky by Polaris, the North Star. Kids of all ages will enjoy learning about the Spring Sky and the history behind the constellations. Running Time: 30 minutes
  • The Solar System: This show is designed to give facts, history, and even jokes about the 11 planets in our Solar System. With the help of the Hubble Space Telescope, the International Space Station, and other space friends, all ages are welcome to learn about the Solar System! Running Time: 30 minutes
  • The Zodiac: Telling the story of the 12 zodiacal constellations, this show focuses on the ancient astrological signs directly related to developing Astronomy! Suitable for all ages, this show examines the constellations and the stories that go with them. Running Time: 30 minutes
  • Norse Sky: Using history and stories, learn about what the ancient Scandinavians saw in the Northern skies over 1000 years ago. You'll hear stories about Odin, Loki, and other Norse Gods! Suitable for all ages. Running Time: 30 minutes
  • All About Stars: This shoe is an introduction to the star, constellations, and other space object for grades K-6. Running Time: 30 minutes
  • It's About Time: Time? How do we really know what time it is? This interesting show follows the history of how the world has kept time and how the sun, moon, and night was vital in creating the idea of time! This show is suitable for all ages. Running Time: 40 minutes
  • The Night Sky: This basic show serves as an introduction to constellations and the night. Learn all about what you can see during our North Dakota nights! Suitable for all ages. Running Time: 30 minutes
  • Target Earth: A digital update of the 2003 show, this show explores the possibility of our planet being disastrously struck by a large asteroid or comet. Reporter Cassie O'Peia interviews astronomers Hunter O'Ryan and Anne Dromeda to find out about these Near-Earth Objects.  Running Time: 30 minutes