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VSU Planetarium Shows
Explore the Universe! We offer a variety of fun and exciting educational shows for all ages for school groups, clubs, and the public at no charge during the school year.
Wonderful public events monthly with astronomers, guest speakers, and telescopic observing outdoors following presentations are offered too.

The Spitz star projector illuminates thousands of stars, visible planets, Moon, Sun, galaxies, and more on the 30 foot dome appearing like the real sky. View Space, a multimedia live internet program from Space Telescope Science Institute runs continuously in our lobby with the latest images and discoveries. Be sure to also enjoy the mural sized images from Hubble and our indoor Solar System Walk.

During the fall and spring semesters, we offer educational planetarium presentations for school and public groups grades Pre-K to 12 and adults at no charge weekdays at 10 and 11 am by reservation only. We also offer public evenings once a month for all ages. Over 6,000 stars can be projected onto our 30 foot dome using our Spitz A4 star projector, and we can seat 65 visitors with unidirectional seating. For the hearing impaired, we have "Light-Talk" (glow in the dark) gloves for your interpreter to sign with during shows.

Our lobby is equipped with ViewSpace, a streaming multimedia presentation from the Space Telescope Science Institute. Enjoy the daily updates from missions into our solar systems and the Hubble Space Telescope. Join us for a fascinating journey into our universe as we explore the stars, planets, constellations, and even other galaxies in our night sky. For more information or to schedule a presentation for your school or group, please call the Department of Physics.

Please visit our website for more information and to schedule a show for your group.
Educational Shows
The Georgia Performance Standards in physical science relating to astronomy and space science are incorporated into the educational shows for the different grade levels.

These shows are offered Monday through Friday at no charge by reservation only, to public or private school groups, adult and senior citizen groups and clubs. We are only open during the fall and spring semesters (late August - April, and not during final exams or holidays).

Call the Department of Physics at (912) 681-5292 to see what dates and times are available to reserve a show for your group. Student interns will assist with some of the shows as part of their planetarium internship class. A confirmation letter will be sent along with hands-on astronomy pre-visit material and activities.
Georgia Southern University Planetarium
List of Shows
BulletOne World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure (Kindergarten and younger audience)
BulletStars (All ages)
BulletPlanetary Visions - A Solar System Adventure (All ages)
BulletLamps of Atlantis (All ages)
BulletWonders of the Universe (All ages)
BulletTwo Small Pieces of Glass: The Amazing Telescope (All ages)
BulletIce Worlds (All ages)
BulletIBEX: Search for the Edge of the Solar System (All ages)
During the summer of 2012, the Planetarium installed state-of-the-art planetarium seating, replacing bleacher-style seating used until spring, 2012. The individual seating provides arm rests and adjustable back pitch angles to provide guests with a comfortable viewing angle of the dome. The planetarium can seat up to 63, including special ADA seating areas for 2 wheelchairs.
Scheduling a Show
All shows are by telephone reservation only to the Department of Physics at (912) 478-5292.
Shows are usually at 10, or 11 am weekdays during fall and spring semesters. (Call for special times for scout groups or classes that meet different hours).

We can seat a maximum of 80 total for each show. Please indicate date, time, which show/shows you would like, size and grade level of group, and number of adults attending. Parents are always welcome to attend with their child as long as seating is available.

We will also need your school/group mailing address and telephone number to send a confirmation letter, parking pass, and astronomy packet with hands-on activities for your students before your visit.

Please bring a copy of the list of all students and adults attending for our attendance records.
Contact, Address and Website
Phone: 912-478-5292 - Address: Physics Dept., Box 8031, Herty Drive, Statesboro Georgia 30460 Georgia Southern University Planetarium Website

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