Planetarium shows run approximately 35-45 minutes. The theater is "looped" with a magnetic loop system that enables individuals with Telecoil-equipped hearing aids to fully enjoy planetarium shows, thanks to the New Hampshire Academy of Audiology and Oticon. Tickets to planetarium shows will be sold until approximately 10 minutes before scheduled show time. Please plan accordingly!  

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From Dream to Discovery: Inside NASA
 

Premiering at AerospaceFest - May 5, 2018!
 

In this prizewinning planetarium show funded by NASA and produced by our friends at the Museum of Science in Boston, you'll get to join NASA engineers as they design, test and launch today's hottest missions into space. Witness the enormity of the new James Webb Space Telescope, the intensity of Goddard Space Flight Center's testing facilities, and the excitement of the New Horizons mission to Pluto and beyond!

 

 

Showing Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays at 1 PM. Click here to get tickets for the next showing!

 

 

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Wildest Weather in the Solar System
We are delighted to be able to bring you a planetarium show produced by National Geographic - a first for the Discovery Center! 

 

Wildest Weather in the Solar System takes viewers through powerful, visually stunning and dangerous weather phenomena occurring on the sun and our neighboring planets and moons, including Venus’ poisonous clouds, magnetic storms on the Sun, liquid methane showers on Titan and anticyclones whirling at hundreds of miles per hour on Jupiter, all the while delivering the latest in scientific findings about these weather systems.

Showing Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays at 3 PM. Click here to get tickets for the next showing!