Understanding the Zodiac Constellations
A NEW LIVE planetarium show will be presented on Thursday, March. 21, at 6 PM at the Hollidaysburg Planetarium. This family show (suggested minimum age 10-12 and up) will be presented in the traditional planetarium style using many of the new planetarium’s features!
The stars, planets, and constellations of the current evening sky will be presented with the best of the winter sky zodiac constellations. Topics will include:
Why are the zodiac constellations so special?
How did we get the zodiac constellations?
Why is Aries usually listed first when reading your horoscope?
What is the third motion of the Earth (besides rotation and revolution)?
Did we always have a North Star?
With the new planetarium, we can travel back several thousand years and see where the constellations were at that time and how they have changed. This is an original script presented by Fred Marschak.
Tickets are $4 for adults and $3 for students. Pay at the door
6:00pm - 7:00pm EDT
Hollidaysbrg High School Planetarum
|| Fred Marschak