Clarion University’s Physics Department will present “Stars Over Clarion,” an hour-long planetarium show detailing and describing the night sky and any celestial happenings over Clarion. The shows will be held at 7 and 8 p.m. March 12 and 13, April 2 and 3, and May 1 in the Donald D. Peirce Planetarium, located in the Science and Technology Center. Each show is free, open to the public and kid friendly.
Stars Over Clarion allows astronomy buffs and curious people of all ages to experience and learn more about the night sky. Drawing upon ancient stories and modern science to describe the month's celestial happenings, Stars Over Clarion takes the audience on a tour of the month's brightest stars, planets and constellations. All are welcome to enjoy this great educational experience.
For more information, visit the planetarium's Facebook page.