Planetarium and Observatory Events in San Deigo County
Note: Unless otherwise noted, shows are at 7:00pm. The Sky Tonight shows
run at 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. There is NO LATE SEATING. Programs may change
This exciting, multi-disciplinary weekly series views the universe through
a variety of perspectives - from the scientific and technological, to the
philosophical and artistic - all under the giant Space Theater dome.
Through Eyes on the Universe, armchair astronomers hear and interact with
some of the great thinkers and researchers of our time, who often present
topics on the cutting edge of human thought.
On the first Wednesday of each month we present the enormously popular
live planetarium shows entitled The Sky Tonight, aimed toward backyard
astronomers who want to find their way among the stars and planets of the
night sky. These are followed by free telescope viewing with the San Diego
Astronomy Association (SDAA), and astronomical computer demonstrations by
the Mount Laguna Observatory Associates (MLOA).
2. Palomar College Planetarium, 1140 West Mission Road, San Marcos
Public Lecture Series shows start at 7:00 pm (NO LATE SEATING), with
reserved seating (recommended) starting at 6:30. Call (619)744-1150 for
reservations. The current program is listed on their News This Week page,
accessed from the Palomar College Home Page.
3. Southwestern College Planetarium, Chula Vista
Programs are generally part of classes at SW College. There is no
regularly-scheduled public program.
Last Updated February 19, 1997
Created by Bill Baity (email@example.com) with gratefully
acknowledged support from the planetarium directors.
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