Beazley Planetarium

Be transported (to distant) worlds in our immersive theater with digital full-dome projection. Explore the wonders of the universe. Find inspiration in our starry skies.

Tuesday – Friday

A Teenager’s Guide to the Galaxy: 1:00 pm

Legends of the Night Sky – Orion: 2:00 pm

A Teenager’s Guide to the Galaxy: 3:00 pm

Saturday

A Teenager’s Guide to the Galaxy: 11:00 am

Legends of the Night Sky – Orion: 12:00 pm

A Teenager’s Guide to the Galaxy: 2:00 pm

Legends of the Night Sky – Orion: 3:00 pm

Sunday

A Teenager’s Guide to the Galaxy: 12:00 pm

Legends of the Night Sky – Orion: 3:00 pm


Show Details:

A Teenager’s Guide to the Galaxy

A Teenager’s Guide to the Galaxy was created and hosted by cosmically curious teenagers from urban Milwaukee school through the auspices of NASA. This unique cosmic experience will take you on a dynamic journey across the universe and through time.

Explore the origins and fate of the universe, black holes, and our Sun. Witness stunning full-dome animations video scripted, storyboarded and narrated by our inspiring young adults. Get a fresh take on our galaxy daily in the Beazley Planetarium during this limited showing.

Beazley Planetarium Show: Legends of the Night Sky - Orion

Legends of the Night Sky – Orion

Your storytelling hosts, Aesop the owl and Socrates the mouse, will spin a tale of adventure, love, and loss. Listen as to their tale of Orion, the Great Hunter.  One of the oldest stories passed down from the Greeks. You will follow Orion’s many deeds, some misdeeds, and learn of his eventual demise. Orion was the first traditionally animated, full-dome movie.  Legends of the Night Sky – Orion is ideal for family audiences and our younger guests and is perfectly timed for viewing this constellation in our winter sky.

What's Up?

BEAZLEY BLOG

Hello, I am Dan Borick, Beazley Planetarium Manager, welcome to What’s Up?, the Beazley Planetarium’s official blog. Here you will find the latest news from the worlds of astronomy, science, nature and technology as well as tips on viewing and appreciating the wonders of the sky above.  I hope you will come back often.