Extra Terrestrials Coming to Lourdes Appold Planetarium
Daily Dose | 09/02/2011 7:00 am
Have aliens visited Earth? Will we make contact with extra terrestrials in our lifetime? Are we all alone in the Universe? These are the questions scientists and citizens alike want answered. This fall, Lourdes’ Appold Planetarium will explore all sides of these questions in its new show SETI - The Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence.
SETI delves into the world of extra terrestrial life and its possibilities – from the planets we are finding around other stars, to the feasibility of traveling to the stars and what aliens might actually be like, to the possibility that UFOs have been visiting and the various methods that scientists are using to get in touch. This stunning show guides participants through the myriad of ideas to a surprising conclusion. SETI shows at 7:30 p.m. on the following Saturdays:
September 17 & 24
October 1, 15 & 22
November 12 & 19
Admission is $5 for adults and $4 for children under 12 and for Lourdes students presenting their student ID. Shows at the Appold Planetarium are limited to 50 and often sell out. For more information or to purchase tickets contact Dr. Laura Megeath, Appold Planetarium Coordinator, email email@example.com or call at 419-517-8897.
Lourdes University’s Appold Planetarium is a proud member of the NASA Museum Alliance and has been designated an official NASA Space Place. Named “Best Place to See the Stars” by Ohio Magazine, the Appold Planetarium features SciDome, a fulldome video system powered by Starry Night – the world’s most comprehensive astronomy software, allowing real-time 3D sky simulation, fulldome shows and multi-media presentations. For a list of current and upcoming shows, visit the Appold Planetarium online at www.lourdes.edu/planetarium .