WAYNE – The final weekend of fall planetarium and laser shows will conclude November 18 – 19.
According to a release from WSC, the Fred G. Dale Planetarium offers shows every weekend featuring entertaining and informative full-dome shows like Astronaut, Oasis in Space and From Earth to the Universe.
Planetarium shows also include a discussion of the current night sky and hot astronomy topics like the Webb Space Telescope and the Artemis Project. The planetarium features many laser shows, including the lights and music of Classic Rock, Laser Country, Laser Beatles and Pink Floyd.
This Friday’s planetarium schedule will feature ‘Tales of the Mayan Skies’ at 7 p.m. followed by Laser Classic Rock at 8 p.m. Moving into Saturday, ‘The Sky We Don’t See’ will take place at 1 p.m. with Laser Pink Floyd scheduled for 2 p.m. closing out the fall semester of planetarium and laser shows.
Visit www.wsc.edu/planetarium to see the full schedule of planetarium and laser shows, and to learn how to book your own private show. Doors open 20 minutes prior to the start of a show.
All shows last about 45 minutes. The planetarium is located on the lowest level of the Carhart Science Building. Suggested donation for shows is $5 for adults and $3 for children.
For information, reach out to Dr. Todd Young, professor of physics by emailing email@example.com or calling 402-375-7471.