Tuesday, May 26, 2020
- Live Star Stream featuring Levent Gurdemir!
1:00 PM — 1:30 PM
Although, the planetarium may be physically closed, we here at the UTA Planetarium remain committed to bringing the community high-quality educational content. For up-to-date content please follow our social media for more info!
Not only will we be posting our videos, but we will also be posting other exciting historical and educational material. Don't miss out!
Learn about the sky above your head every night! Once a week we are posting a Weekly Night Sky video to talk about current events in the sky. This will cover visible constellations, Moon phases, comets, and more!
As with all of our content we always welcome questions, just leave them in the comments and we will make a video to answer your questions as they come in.
UTA continues to monitor constantly evolving status of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The university takes additional measures to mitigate the health risks for its community. To increase social distancing, the university cancelled all campus, events and activities until furhter notice, including public and private planetarium programs.
The Planetarium Office will be closed as well. If you have any questions, please reach to the planetarium via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ticket Gift Voucher
This year we are proud to reintroduce ticket gift vouchers available for purchase! Do you know someone who would love to come and see the stars in all their glory?
You can now share the night sky with all of the ones you love. We are offering mail-out ticket vouchers which can be purchased online today. Gift the stars now!
For centuries, humankind has looked to the sky for inspiration, connection, and a better understanding of our place in the universe. In today’s increasingly urbanized world, where the lights of big cities can drown out even our closest constellations, it’s more important than ever to find a way to access that innate sense of wonder we all feel when taking in the moon and the stars. Uncover all that, and so much more, at UTA Planetarium.
A one-of-a-kind teaching, learning, and special-occasion space, UTA Planetarium hosts public shows and events, private field trips, private parties, and—yes—the opportunity to look up at the sky in awe again. Come visit us and DISCOVER THE UNIVERSE!
UTA Planetarium is one of the three largest planetariums in Texas, located on the campus of The University of Texas at Arlington. With its 60-foot dome projection surface, fully digital projection system, and advanced software, UTA Planetarium provides unparalleled views of the night sky, the solar system, stars, and distant galaxies—complemented with Dolby® surround sound.