The night sky comes to you in our portable, inflatable planetarium. Unisphere programs are developed by Carnegie Science Center's world-renowned Henry Buhl, Jr. Planetarium & Observatory.
|Time required: 45 minutes
Capacity: 30 students
Fee: $200 includes set-up and two presentations (shows can be different); $100 for each additional presentation.
Physical requirements: 12' ceiling height, 20'x20' floor space, and electrical access.
The Sky Above Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Early learners explore familiar objects in the sky with Mister Rogers and their favorite characters from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. For grades PK?K.
What is a constellation? Why were they created in the first place? We'll answer these questions, then put your imagination to work by locating some favorite pictures in the sky. For grades 1?3.
Map to the Stars
Follow the arc to Arcturus! This guide for beginning stargazers will provide tools and tricks to find constellations in our star-studded galaxy. For grades 4–6.
Mythology: Star Stories
Did you know that many constellations have exciting stories? Ancient Greek, Roman and Native American myths tell of brave hunters, beastly battles and more. For grades 4–8.
Space and Time
Using math and geography, you'll learn why man?s perspective of the stars changes from one Earthly location to another. We'll also prepare you for stargazing through the seasons. For grades 7?8.