Family Virtual Astronomy Programs
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Exciting Astronomy Programs for Individuals and the Entire Family!
All programs are approximately 90 minutes in duration with shorter versions available and use a Microsoft PowerPoint slide presentation with exciting video footage, and hands-on activities when appropriate. Customized programs for any audience are available as well. Following each presentation, video recorded views through a powerful telescope will be shown of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn and craters on the Moon.
In-house or remote virtual visitations from the Star Tour remove the limits on providing a memorable experience for your group at any time. Though live telescope viewing is not available, video recordings of the Moon and Planets through the telescope at the conclusion of each program make it just as exciting, if not better. Our awesome virtual astronomy programs make learning about the universe a satisfying and incredible experience. Live 90 minute presentations using Zoom from an expert astronomer.
Astronomy Programs for the Entire Family
Astronomy for Everyone: Size & Scale of the Universe
Imagine the Universe: Conspiracy Theories, Myths & Legends
An American Total Solar Eclipse
A Grand Tour of the Solar System & Beyond
Interdisciplinary Workshops for Educators
Curiosity: Mission to Mars and the Deep-Space Search for Another Earth
The Great 2012 Scare: the Aftermath
The Night Sky: A Cultural Perspective & Beyond
Roadmap to the Stars: the Night Sky Explained
Gazing Upon a Cosmic Ocean
The Universe in X-rays: Findings of the Chandra X-ray Observatory
How to Build Your Own Incredible Telescope
When Celestial Bodies Collide: Eclipses & Other Phenomena
Movers in the Sky: Comets, Meteors & Asteroids
What’s Happening In the Universe Today?
Capture the Colorful Cosmos with NASA’s MicroObservatory
Telescopes: Eyes on the Universe
Solar Activity and Other Stellar Phenomena
Astronomy: an Historical Perspective on its Myths & Legends
The Star of Bethlehem
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