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SUNY Potsdam Free Planetarium Shows

 


SUNY Potsdam Geology Professor Emeritus Dr. Frank Revetta (Hon. ’05) will offer his popular planetarium shows free to the public again this spring.

Planetarium shows are held every Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m., in the Dr. Frank A. Revetta Planetarium, located in the basement of Stowell Hall.

Please note that no food or drink are allowed in the planetarium, and as darkness is required, cell phones cannot be used during the show. Free parking is available in Lot 6, near Kellas Hall.

The Spring 2020 planetarium show schedule is as follows:

Feb. 27: “Winter Constellations”

March 5: “Brightest Stars”

March 12: “Worldwide Constellations”

March 19: “How Astronomers Locate Stars”

March 26: “The Sky this Week”

April 2: “Stories of Constellations”

April 9: “Southern Constellations”

April 16: “The Sun’s Path”

April 23: “The Seasons”

April 30: “Constellations of the Zodiac”

May 7, May 14, May 21, May 28: Session topics to be announced at a later date

Revetta also offers planetarium shows for groups of five people or more at your convenience. For more information about the planetarium shows and seismology workshops, please contact Revetta at (315) 267-2287 or revettfa@potsdam.edu.

 

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