Seasonal Skies

Sky Tonight Summer 2014

June 21 – September 20, 2014


Take a tour of the summer evening stars, constellations, planets and deep sky objects. After a timelapse sunset at University Lake in Baton Rouge, find Venus at twilight then explore the zodiac. Identify Saturn and Mars then visit these planets up close. Among the zodiac constellations Sagittarius and Scorpius are many glowing clouds of gas called nebulae. The story of the summer sky is told through the lens of star birth and star death, both of which happen inside of nebulae. Experience the formation of the Ring Nebula from the death of a sun-like star, then witness the formation of a new star inside the Trifid Nebula.

Running before Supervolcanoes after June 20, 2014.


Sky Today: Reasons for Seasons

June 21 – September 20, 2014


This show features timelapse footage from around the United States that takes the viewer on a journey through the four seasons. Learn how our Earth’s tilt causes our seasons to change, how seasonal changes effect plants and animals in different areas of the country, and how the seasons bring different types of weather. Experience sunsets on the Pacific Coast, the deserts of Utah, and the woods of Yellowstone National Park.

Running before The Great Planet Adventures after June 20, 2014.

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