Very busy year at planetarium , but attendance unknown.
We usually had two shows on each topic. One for a young audience (age 4 and 5) and one for families/adults.
On Mondays we had a planetarium volunteer training and a telescope workshop by the Juneau Astronomy Club.
Valentine's Day Show
This is not a regular planetarium show. There will be no lecture or astronomy information provided. Only the Stars! Bring a blanket and pillow and your sweetheart and lay down under the stars. Music will be provided
Name a star for your sweetheart.
The star name will be recorded in our Star Name Book and you will receive a Star Name Certificate and Star Map identifying the location of your star.
Back to the Moon
Learn why we now have eight planets. The definition of planet has changed.
Kepler's search for an Earth-size planet in the habitable zone of a star like our sun
Field of sunflowers
Theme: The Solar System
Organized by Michael Orelove
Participants with planet t-shirts will hold on to a string spaced out by the relative distance the planet they represent is from the
The transit will be seen as a small black dot moving across the face of the Sun. It will be visible in Juneau if weather is clear.
Learn about this spectacular event that only occurs 13 times a century.
Image from dreamstime.com