How do STEM workers, including NASA professionals, cope with stress? Exercise is one way. Physical activity and fitness has been discussed in many NASA outreach efforts. However outreach efforts regarding other branches of health: emotional, psychological, and social well-being are lacking. Give…
Sat, Oct 10 2020 2:30 PM — Wed, Nov 9 2022 12:00 PM
The astrological signs take their names from the star patterns people found long ago in a sky they considered sacred and influential in the affairs of Earth. Although we see things differently today, we can still go outside and find these patterns in a sky filled with signs and stories of our own m…
Sat, Feb 1 2020 1:00 PM — Wed, Oct 26 2022 12:00 PM
Explore the mysteries of our Universe with Sky Tellers! Ten Native American myths and legends investigate the reason for day and Night, why we have seasons, the origin of the stars and other wondrous phenomena of our night sky. Each narrative is accompanied by the story that scientists tell today. …
Wed, Jun 9 2021 1:00 PM — Sat, Nov 26 2022 2:00 PM
Join Brian Ewenson, Aerospace Educator, Consultant and Professional Speaker as he explores Living and Working Together in Space. With more than 20 years of a continuous presence in space aboard the International Space Station, people from 16 nations have worked collaboratively to advance our place…
Saturday, November 5 2022 2:00 PM — 3:00 PM
In Honor of Wisconsin Science Fest Weekend: Join NASA Solar System Ambassador, Joyce Jentges for an informative talk on the various stages of the Artemis mission which will return man and the first woman to the Moon. The presentation is free, but doantions are accepted.
Saturday, October 15 2022 12:00 PM — 1:00 PM
The Horwitz-DeRemer Planetarium, together with the College of Letters & Sciences of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, will host “Warhawk Galaxy” night. This event is open to University of Wisconsin-Whitewater students and Whitewater community members of all ages. This show will consist of tw…
Friday, November 11 2022 7:00 PM — 8:30 PM
Perhaps the most astounding discovery about dinosaurs is that they are still around today - and not just in the movies. Birds are living dinosaurs! Follow the story of Malkia, a museum paleontologist, as she explores fascinating connections between birds and dinosaurs.
Sat, Aug 6 2022 11:00 AM — Wed, Nov 16 2022 12:00 PM
Would you like to meet the stars of Halloween? Monsters, zombies, ghosts, and their far more terrible counterparts in space? Oh, yes, space has its monsters: black holes, zombie stars, and spectacular ghostly nebulas.
Sat, Oct 3 2020 11:00 AM — Sat, Oct 29 2022 12:00 PM
This award-winning children’s planetarium show introduces jungle animals and a space crossword puzzle to explore the wonders of the universe. This program will inspire your young astronomer to appreciate the beauty of the night sky. A family classic!
Wed, May 5 2021 1:00 PM — Wed, Nov 23 2022 12:00 PM
Join the alien “experts” – Hopeful and Skeptical – as they try to convince each other whether or not life exists beyond Earth. Follow their astrobiology arguments from the ocean floor to a journey across the galaxy. Water and “habitable zone” are fully explained in this exciting show.
Wed, Jun 8 2022 11:00 AM — Sat, Oct 29 2022 2:00 PM