Current Schedule (Sept 12-30)

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Get Ready For Adventure!

Day Pass | Purchase Tickets

Interested in seeing more than one show? A day pass allows you to save money by enjoying as many shows in a day as you would like.


Children’s ShowPurchase Tickets
Tuesday-Friday 12:00pm | Saturday 11:00am

Planetarium shows suitable for children ages 10 & under such as: Accidental Astronauts; Little Star That Could; From the Blue Planet to the Red Planet; Earth, Moon, & Sun; Secret of the Cardboard Rocket; and Dinosaur Passage to Pangaea.

Dinosaurs: A Story of Survival Purchase Tickets
Saturday 12:00pm

Like almost all children, Celeste is fascinated with dinosaurs. She is preparing a talk for her class about how they went extinct when Moon, a very wise and magical character, poses a tantalizing question: what if I told you that there are still dinosaurs among us? Celeste will join Moon in a journey through time. An exciting adventure that will show them the Earth as it was in the very, very distant past.

Cosmic Journey | Purchase Tickets
Tuesday-Saturday 1:oopm

Volcanoes tower 80,000 feet above a barren surface. Monstrous hurricanes rage for 400 years. And multicolored rings sit suspended in air. In Cosmic Journey: A Solar System Adventure, you will travel through our solar system faster than the speed of light, taking in the wonders of the planets and their moons.


Eclipse: The Sun RevealedPurchase Tickets
Tuesday-Saturday 2:00pm

On April 8, 2024, the Moon will cast its shadow on the Earth, tracing a narrow path across North America. If you stand in just the right place you will see the Moon cover up the Sun in a total solar eclipse! Don’t miss the incredible experience! Learn how to safely observe eclipses, why they happen, and how the study of eclipses has advanced science. April 8, 2024: where will you be?

Big AstronomyPurchase Tickets
Tuesday-Saturday 3:oopm

Big Astronomy: People, Places, Discoveries explores three observatories located in extreme environments and remote locations in Chile. Due to its special climate and location, which creates stable, dry air Chile is one of the best places in the world for astronomy. By 2022, 70% of the world’s optical and infrared collecting power will be located in Chile. With a focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) the film highlights the multitude of careers needed to keep the great observatories working. The show is narrated by Barbara Rojas-Ayala, a Chilean astronomer.

Cosmic MashupsPurchase Tickets
Tuesday-Saturday 4:00pm

Supermassive black holes are found in most galaxies and we’re beginning to uncover how the merging of galaxies activate galactic centers. This engaging fulldome film was produced by Fiske Planetarium in collaboration with CU Boulder APS Professor, Dr. Julie Comerford and former graduate student Dr. Becky Nevin through support from an NSF award.



Image of the Day

The Artemis II crew and teams with NASA’s Exploration Ground Systems Program successfully completed on Sept. 20, the first in a series of integrated ground system tests at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida in preparation for the upcoming mission around the Moon.