Apollo XI landed and Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the
first humans to walk on the Moon.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo XI Moon mission with
Blue Star Planetarium.
New planetarium shows to help your students understand the Moon
and historic Apollo manned Moon missions:
Earth, Moon & Sun and Back to the Moon for Good.
Programs typically run 40 - 45 minutes but can be made slightly longer or shorter according to school's schedule.
(pre-K through grade 2; 32 minutes)
This is a perfect show for young audiences. Explore the backyard through the seasons and get introduced to Moon phases, constellations, and the planets.
(grade 2/3 and older; 25 minutes)
This planetarium show explores the relationship between Earth, Moon and Sun with the help of Coyote, an amusing character adapted from Native American oral traditions. Coyote has many misconceptions about our home planet and its most familiar neighbors. His confusion about the universe makes viewers think about how Earth, Moon and Sun work together as a system and learn to distinguish between myths and science.
(grade 3 and older; 25 minutes)
Narrated by Tim Allen, the show highlights the history and future of lunar exploration, particularly the efforts of teams competing in the $30 million Google Lunar X Prize.
(middle school and above; 25 minutes)
Narrated by Academy-Award nominated actor Liam Neeson, this cutting-edge production features high-resolution visualizations of cosmic phenomena. Learn about gravity and about galaxies. Click here for more information. Can include a live night-sky tour.
(grade 3 and up; 25 minutes)
This program is about eclipses, lunar and solar - why they happen and what happens when they do. Great topic to go along with programs related to the 2017 and 2024 solar eclipses passing through the United States. Can include a live night-sky tour.