Fulldome Festival to feature two new shows

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Fulldome Festival to feature two new shows

Morrill Hall

Mueller Planetarium at Morrill Hall, 645 N. 14th St., will host a special day of five different fulldome shows May 27.

Visitors can preview two new fulldome shows. “Sunstruck” explores the science of the sun, and “Cosmic Origins Spectograph” is a dynamic display of the COS instrument installed on the Hubble Space Telescope in 2009. Both shows provide an immersive, high-tech adventure on the 360-degree overhead domed screen.

May 27 showtimes:

  • 11 a.m.: “Rusty Rocket’s Last Blast”

  • Noon: “Dream to Fly”

  • 1 p.m.: “Sunstruck”

  • 2 p.m.: “Cosmic Origins Spectrograph”

  • 3 p.m.: “Natural Selection”

“This is a wonderful opportunity to showcase a variety of our fulldome features,” said Mueller Planetarium coordinator Zach Thompson. “Visitors can make a day out of the Fulldome Festival. There is something for everyone.”

Regular planetarium prices are $4 per show for an adult and $3 per show for a child, plus museum admission. Museum members pay $2.50 per show for an adult and $2 per show for a child, with ID card. Tickets will be sold at the front desk of Morrill Hall or by calling 402-472-2637. Children 3 and under are not permitted in the planetarium.

For more information, click here or call 402-472-2641.

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