THIS EVENT IS IN THE PAST!
The Sky Tonight: Exploration Of The Solar System
Above: Promotional graphic for The Sky Tonight Planetarium Show at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center.
Resident astronomer Dr. Lisa Will salutes Comic-Con (Geekitude) and the 44th anniversary of the First Moon Landing with TO BOLDLY GO! Exploration of the solar system at The Sky Tonight on Wednesday, July 3rd at 7PM & 8:15PM!
For decades, humans have explored the solar system with manned and unmanned spacecraft. From stepping foot on the Moon to flying through the rings of Saturn, our spacecraft have boldly explored the solar system. In this month of Comic-Con and the 44th anniversary of the first moon landing, join us to celebrate the exploration of space.
Our popular monthly live planetarium show of the sky in SD that night reaches a new level of stunning full-color visuals and incredibly realistic simulations of cosmic phenomena with our new state-of-the-art digital GSX™ projection system. A professional astronomer leads backyard stargazers through the universe.
Weather and operational requirements permitting, the SD County Astronomy Association provides free telescope viewing outdoors on the Prado in Balboa Park. This is a separate event held on the first Wednesday of each month.
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