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Free Planetarium Shows At Marietta College
Posted on: 04/21/2014
By  Justin Bradley

(MARIETTA, OH) - To the stargazers and planet fanatics go the spoils.

Marietta College has announced free shows at the Anderson-Hancock Planetarium from April to June, with the first show happening this Thursday, April 24.

This Thursday’s show features a full-dome video called “Undiscovered Worlds.”  The video will explore how scientists are discovering planets around other stars and will begin at 7PM.

The other free shows scheduled for the Spring months  will be held on May 15 and June 1.  The May show will also be held at 7PM and is called “Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity.” 

College officials say the third show—which happens on a Sunday at 2PM—will be more child-friendly and is called “Zula Patrol: Down to Earth.”

Again, all three events are free and open to the public, and those who don’t have reservations will be admitted on a space-available basis.


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