Dome Show of the Week: August 26 – September 3
Showing daily at 2pm and 4pm during the week of August 26 – September 3
23 minutes | Recommended for ages 7+
In 1610, Galileo Galilei became the first person to look at the heavens through a telescope and record his findings. What he saw changed our understanding of the universe forever. Since that time, telescopes have made it possible for us to explore our universe and discover amazing things. This program not only examines how telescopes work, but also unveils some of the discoveries made possible by the telescope — a tool originally made of a metal tube and two small pieces of glass.
Please note: all planetarium shows start on time and no late seating is permitted. Our show schedule is subject to change. We recommend checking our calendar before your visit for the most up-to-date schedule. Click here for planetarium admission prices and more info.
More about Dome Show of the Week: Our Dome Show of the Week is a rotating selection of planetarium shows. This summer, the Dome Show of the Week is FREE for Eugene Science Center members! Come back each week to see them all.
2022 Dome Show Of The Week Lineup:
June 20-25: Skywatchers of Africa
June 26 – July 2: Seeing!
July 3-9: We Are Aliens
July 10-16: Out There – The Quest for Extrasolar Planets
July 17-23: Sunstruck
July 24-30: Habitat Earth
July 31 – August 6: Phantom of the Universe
August 7-13: Earth, Moon, & Sun
August 14-20: Einstein’s Gravity Playlist
August 21-27: Our Violent Planet
August 26 – September 3: Two Small Pieces of Glass