Shows Friday, Saturday, & Sunday
11:30, 12:30, 1:30, 2:30
No shows on July 3 & 4, museum closed
The state-of-the-art Planetarium & Dome Theater at the U-M Museum of Natural History transports visitors beyond distant stars and deep into the ocean from the comfort of reclining seats.
Tickets are $8 for adults, seniors, and children ages 3 & up. Babies without tickets may be required to sit on an adult's lap. Tickets are available the day of the show in the Museum Store. Schedule subject to change.
Did a space rock six miles wide slam into the Earth 66 million years ago and wipe out 75 percent of all living species at that time, including the dinosaurs? Cosmic collisions are abundant in our solar system. See the numerous craters on worlds like the moon, Mars, and even distant Pluto.
12:30 p.m. & 2:30 p.m.
A live presentation on what to find in the sky tonight and for the coming few weeks. This presentation includes how to find the cardinal directions on your own with the North Star, current and upcoming constellations, visible planets, a few deep sky objects depending on the season, and other interesting astronomical visualizations. If you want to be able to look up from your own backyard and know what to look for, this is the show for you.
The film follows a curious and adventurous Dolichorhynchops – familiarly known as a ‘dolly’ – as she travels through the most dangerous oceans in history. Along the way, she encounters long-necked plesiosaurs, giant turtles, enormous fish, fierce sharks, and the most dangerous sea monster of all– the mosasaur.
Classes, home-schoolers, groups and families can enjoy science fun with our Virtual Field Trips from anywhere!
Biological Sciences Building, 1105 North University Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1085
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