MOR Stellar Performances

Taylor Planetarium

Join us for a breathtaking view of the cosmos!

The Taylor Planetarium at Museum of the Rockies joins only a handful of planetariums in the world that offer advanced, Digistar 5 projection technologies. Developed by Evans & Sutherland, this state-of-the-art projection system allows visitors to experience our universe and our world in vivid colors, dramatic motion and brilliant displays of light. Programs change regularly, so please check back often to see what’s new at the Taylor Planetarium.

Now playing at the Taylor Planetarium!

Einstein’s Gravity Playlist - New Original Show!
Now – May 26
     Daily 1pm
Come and see the world premiere of the first original production in the digital Taylor Planetarium. This show, produced at Montana State University, will explore Einstein’s famous theory that predicted the existence of gravitational waves through their discovery in February 2016. Join Lucia, a Ph.D. student in physics, on an exploration of how gravitational waves are formed, how they move through the universe, and how scientists like her work to hear them.

The Dinosaur Prophecy - New Show!
Now – May 26
     Monday – Friday 11am & 3pm
     Saturday – Sunday 2 & 4pm
Long before dinosaurs’ massive extinction 65 million years ago, many individual species simply disappeared. Visit dinosaur graveyards, study their bones, and reconstruct how these creatures lived and died to solve four famous cold cases from the age of the dinosaurs.

Beyond the Stars - New Show!
Now – May 21
     Saturday 11am & 3pm | Sunday 3pm 
As we enter into spring, join us for a fresh twist on our night sky updates. As Charles Messier searched for comets, he discovered and cataloged many “fuzzy” objects he saw through his telescope. Today we use this list as a reference to search for deep sky objects with our backyard telescopes. This spring, we’ll begin with galaxies from this list, and go on a marathon journey into your nighttime sky.

One World One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure
Now – May 26
     Saturday 10am
Follow along with Big Bird, Elmo, and their friend from China, Hu Hu Zhu, as they take you on a journey of discovery to learn about the Big Dipper, North Star, Sun, and Moon. This 25-minute show is excellent for our younger viewers as it aims to nurture a child’s natural sense of wonder about the night sky.

All shows and times are subject to change without notice.



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