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CSM Centennial

Centennial Science Week

Join us for CSM's Centennial Science Week!

Join us as we celebrate Centennial Science Week (September 24–30) at CSM with a series of free matinee planetarium shows all week long.

Shows run from 1:15-1:55 pm, Monday through Friday, in the Planetarium in Building 36.

To see a full list of the shows, check out our Event Calendar.

Planetarium Show Schedule

Day/Time Description Location
Monday
1:15-1:55 pm
Matinee Planetarium Show - Mayan Archeoastronomy
(celebrating Latinx Heritage Month)
Celebrate Latin Heritage Month with this special show on Mayan Archeoastronomy - Observers of the Universe.
Science Building 36, Planetarium
Tuesday
1:15-1:55 pm
Matinee Planetarium Show - Black Holes
Explore the phenomena of Black Holes - The Other Side of Infinity.
Science Building 36, Planetarium
Wednesday
1:15-1:55 pm
Matinee Planetarium Show - Symvisio on the Dome
Immerse yourself in a blend of astronomical imagery, art, and music! Artwork by Professor Mohsen Janatpour will drift against a backdrop of stars, galaxies, and other beautiful celestial objects. Professor Janatpour has coined the term Symvisio to describe his multi-panel artform, which he describes as "a visual equivalent of a symphony" that extends the audience's viewing experience.
Science Building 36, Planetarium
Thursday
1:15-1:55 pm
Matinee Planetarium Show - Incoming!
Asteroids, Comets, and the Hard-Hitting Stories of our Cosmic Origins.
Science Building 36, Planetarium
Friday
1:15-1:55 pm
Matinee Planetarium Show - Symvisio on the Dome
Immerse yourself in a blend of astronomical imagery, art, and music! Artwork by Professor Mohsen Janatpour will drift against a backdrop of stars, galaxies, and other beautiful celestial objects. Professor Janatpour has coined the term Symvisio to describe his multi-panel artform, which he describes as "a visual equivalent of a symphony" that extends the audience's viewing experience.
Science Building 36, Planetarium

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