Show Library

8-9:30pm | Oct 7, Nov 4, Dec 2, Feb 3, Mar 2, Apr 6
Laser Holidays 2 (Dec 16) @7pm
Looking for cosmic fun this Halloween season? Oh yes, space has its monsters: Black holes, zombie stars, and spectacular ghostly nebulae!
transports audiences to places on this planet that they have never been before, to see things that are beyond their normal vision, yet literally right in front of their eyes.
explores the ways in which NASA uses underwater environments to simulate life and work in space, offering a fascinating look into the high- tech world of astronauts.
“Unveiling the Invisible Universe” uses vivid, dynamic imagery to survey 13 billion light years of space observation from Galileo to the recently launched James Webb Space Telescope.
Kari Byron takes audiences on a journey beyond the earth toward a sustainable future in space.
To study the vastness of space, you need extra-large equipment. Explore Chile’s giant telescopes and meet the people behind the lenses in this award-winning planetarium show.
ROBOTS is a fascinating and fun look at what makes us human, how far machines can really go to look and act like us, and how humanoids, through their successes and failures, are already changing the world.
Be immersed in a classic coming of age tale guided by one of Australia's most unique, intelligent and playful animals in Sea Lions – Life by a Whisker.
Valentine couples can enjoy an evening of "Love Under the Stars" from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 9 and 10, at the Earth & Space Science Center at Tyler Junior College.
From Earth to the Universe takes the audience out to the colorful birthplaces and burial grounds of stars, and still further out beyond the Milky Way to the unimaginable immensity of a myriad galaxies.
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.
Season of Light explores the reasons humans are so fascinated with lighting up our lives during the December holiday season. It’s an exploration of the astronomical meanings behind seasonal traditions, including the “Star over Bethlehem”.
Extreme Auroras is a visual feast. Award winning photographer Ole Salomonsen lives in the Arctic. Join him in pursuit of his passion to film nature’s wildest and most spectacular light show: the aurora borealis, or northern lights.
Journey back over 2000 years to Bethlehem as we seek to discover a scientific explanation for the star the wise men followed to find the baby Jesus.
“Let it Snow” features a new variety of festive classics from Frank Sinatra and Chuck Berry to Burl Ives and Brenda Lee, and includes a stunning multi-media finale by the Trans Siberian Orchestra.
Follow Olympian Torah Bright as she journeys through the world’s longest chain of mountain ranges extending from Antarctica all the way to Alaska.
Through the conversation between a child and his mother, Travelling with Light tackles the importance of light in all areas of our lives.
Come join us for this live-interactive show narrated by one of our planetarium educators, who will guide you on a journey through the solar system and beyond!
For thousands of years humans observed light coming from the night sky. The invention of the telescope revolutionized our knowledge of the Universe by showing us the wonders of the previously invisible Universe.
A classic planetarium show, East Texas Sky Live is an interactive sky show featuring many of the most popular and interesting objects visible in the nighttime sky.
Asteroid: Mission Extreme takes audiences on an epic journey to discover the potential that asteroids present to facilitate manned space travel...
Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of ocean pioneer Jacques Cousteau, offers a breakthrough look at a secret world within the ocean that is perhaps the biggest story of all—that the smallest life in the sea is the mightiest force on which we all depend...
Today's robots are nothing short of astonishing, and those coming in the not-too-distant future are simply revolutionary. These humanoid robots are becoming eerily like us...
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; and more...