The Planetary Society creates and participates in events to bring the excitement of space exploration to public audiences. From our world-wide Planetfests to lectures in small-town libraries to hanging a solar-sail blade in Rockefeller Center in New York, we are constantly finding new ways involve our members in the excitement of space exploration.
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation charting the work of the Hubble Space Telescope. Entrance £2
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation looking at the third planet from sun - Earth. Entrance £3
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation highlighting the astronomical activities of the Lunar Society in the 18th and 19th centuries. Entrance £2
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation tracing the history of comets. Presented by Andrew Lound
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation by Andrew Lound, tracing the history of the exploration of the Planet Saturn.
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation by Andrew Lound tracing the history of space stations and looking at the ISS.
October 14, 2016, 7.30pm BST (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Out of The Darkness: Pluto and the Outer Worlds
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation by Andrew Lound. The history and exploration of Pluto.
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation by Andrew Lound. A personal biographical look at the life and work of Carl Sagan.
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation by Andrew Lound. the history of the exploration of the Planet Saturn.
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation by Andrew Lound. The history of the astronomical activities of the Lunar Society in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation by Andrew Lound. A look at the third planet from the Sun - Earth.
Spend the evening with fellow space fans for star- and planet-gazing alongside Celestron and Society experts and leaders, a display and silent auction of space-themed art, live music, children's activities, giveaways, and, of course, the main event: the full moon!
Odyssey Dramatic Presentation exploring the history of the planet Uranus.
The Canadian Space Agency is hiring astronauts! Are you ready to apply? Geoff Steeves, a finalist in Canada's last recruitment campaign, will present and answer your questions on the challenges and phases of the application process. He'll also share some tips for navigating your way towards a dream job in outer space. Whether you're applying now, or want to start preparing for your next shot, come out and learn more about Canada's 2016/17 Astronaut Recruitment Campaign.
This Monday evening, the Juno spacecraft will attempt to enter orbit around Jupiter. Join us at the Smugglers Cove Pub (just inside the entrance on the ground floor) to watch live coverage streamed from the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, CA.
Join us on Thursday, June 30th 2016, for an exciting evening at the Dominion Observatory (meet, up in the parking lot, next to the dome). We will speak with renowned astronomer David D. Balam, who has contributed to the discovery of over 600 asteroids including ‘150145 Uvic’. Then Geoff Steeves will introduce TPS Victoria and give an update on the Juno Mission and the search for Canada’s next astronauts. Space is limited so reserve your free tickets today!
June 30, 2016, 5:30pm - 8:30pm EDT (Hamilton, Canada)
Asteroid Day: Info Session and Armageddon Movie Screening
Join us for an evening of education and fun. We will begin with a short info session on asteroids and planetary defense, and end with a screening of the movie Armageddon.
Beyond The Horizon, There's More To Explore!
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