Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium

Make a date to visit Liberty Science Center's Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium, the biggest planetarium in America!

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.

All planetarium shows are available as an add-on to your general admission ticket. Click here to buy tickets now, and scroll below to learn more about what's currently playing.

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What's Next in Space

In this live planetarium show, you’ll get a close-up look at the biggest space stories right now, from the James Webb Space Telescope to the Perseverance Mars rover and beyond!

You'll also explore NASA's Artemis "Back to the Moon" mission and more of today's biggest astronomy stories brought to vivid life in our giant dome.

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To Worlds Beyond: Journey Through the Solar System + Live Show

In To Worlds Beyond, you’ll tour the planets of our solar system. Travel from the hellacious surface of Venus to the vast mountains and canyons of Mars to the spewing methane geysers of Neptune’s giant moon Triton. A live presenter takes over and shows the audience where the planets are in the night sky that very evening.

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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

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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