About the Planetarium
The new Graham Science Center at Snow College houses the only permanent fixed-dome planetarium in Utah south of Provo. The Natural Science and Mathematics Division at the College operates the planetarium. The planetarium is a Digistar system manufactured by Evans & Sutherland in Salt Lake City. The planetarium is small (it seats only 25 adults), but it is of the highest quality. Two high-resolution projectors create a spectacular full-dome image. The planetarium is used for astronomy classes and other college groups. School groups of all ages, community groups, church groups, youth groups, and family groups are also welcome to schedule private shows. Additionally, Public shows are offered many evenings.
All shows are free of charge.
Partial funding generously donated by:
Some funding provided by a grant from:
To schedule a private show for a group, contact the Planetarium Director at or (435) 283-7510.
We also have free public shows in the evening on occasion.
Click this button to reserve free tickets to the public shows:
Wednesday, January 29, 7:00 pm "Expedition Reef" Learn the secrets of the rainforest of the sea
Wednesday, January 29, 8:00 pm "Expedition Reef" Learn the secrets of the rainforest of the sea
Thursday, January 30, 8:00 pm "Expedition Reef" Learn the secrets of the rainforest of the sea
Friday, February 7, 7:00 pm "Light Years From Andromeda" Cosmic disatances, light speed, and history
Friday, February 7, 8:00 pm "Extreme Planets" Exoplanets are quite common
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