Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium

Liberty Science Center is home to the Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium, the biggest planetarium in the Western Hemisphere. This stunning space boasts a resolution of 88 million pixels, a lighting system that can produce over 281 trillion colors, and speakers capable of producing 30,000 watts of digital sound.

Join us soon and experience the 89-foot full-dome view of the night sky and distant galaxies.

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Planets Tonight

Don't miss this thrilling live show in LSC's Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium!

In Planets Tonight, you’ll learn how to spot planets currently in the sky – as well as in the near future – with the help of LSC’s live planetarium presenter. Along the way, you’ll explore the latest space news and see incredible imagery from worlds beyond.

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One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure

Join Sesame Street friends in an out-of-this-world planetarium show!

Explore the night sky with Big Bird, Elmo, and a friend from China named Hu Hu Zhu. In this show, you'll learn about the Big Dipper, the North Star, the Sun and the Moon.

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Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity

Black holes are one of the most intriguing and mysterious phenomena in the universe, a place where humans could never venture—until now!

In Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity, you’ll travel inside the black hole at the center of the Milky Way, a bizarre and dangerous trip that you can safely experience from the comfort of your seat in the Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium.

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Asteroids: Discovery, Danger & Dinosaurs

Explore the discovery of asteroids, learn the danger of their impacts, and visit the asteroid belt through the eyes of NASA. Then travel back to the dinosaur days and consider the famous theory: Did an asteroid kill the dinosaurs?

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Monsters of the Night Sky

Explore the astronomical origins of Halloween in this live planetarium show!

In Monsters of the Night Sky, discover the roots of this spooky modern holiday, and explore creepy things in the night sky, from the Witches’ Head nebula to the eerie power of the full moon. We’ll also find constellation monsters in the sky, like Draco the Dragon.

This show is part of our Fall Fest celebration, running from Oct. 9-31!

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Boo! A Halloween Laser Show

Rock out to classic songs from the spooky season in our Halloween laser show! Enjoy all your favorite seasonal hits – from "Thriller" to "Monster Mash" to "Ghostbusters" and beyond – in this family-friendly spectacular.

This show is part of our Fall Fest celebration, running from Oct. 9-31!

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