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Join Dr. Scott Austin, Associate Professor of Astronomy and Physics, and Director of Astronomical Facilities at UCA and the general public, for a tour of the night skies. (rain or shine) The UCA Planetarium simulates the night sky visible to the naked-eye onto a 30-foot diameter dome with a Spitz 512 projector.

The facility is used for astronomy classes and laboratories, field-trip shows, and monthly public shows. The planetarium is located in the Lewis Science Center room 10. Seating is limited to the first 60 people to arrive before the show starts.  No admittance after 7pm, so don't be late!

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UCA Planetarium Homepage


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