ROSWELL MUSEUM AND ART CENTER
ALL SHOWS ARE FREE TO THE PUBLIC.   SEATING IS LIMITED, SO PLEASE PLAN TO ARRIVE EARLY.

Children Shows
Brief talk about astronomy and space science, followed by a show on the current night sky, then an activity exploring a science principle.
Parental supervision required.
June 30th – July 5th
11:00AM – 12:30PM
 Exoplanets
A lecture and show on exoplanets. How they are discovered and what it means for ETs.
June 30th – July 7th
1:00PM-2:00PM
 NASA Viewspace
A series of short presentations ranging from 5 to 15 minutes that portray the beauty and power of the universe and gently guides the viewer to have a deeper understanding of astronomy.
June 30th – July 5th
9:00AM-10:00AM
2:30PM-3:30PM

 

The Night Sky
This show highlights celestial objects that are visible as well as identifiable objects like satellites and aircraft so you know if that twinkle is terrestrial or not.
June 30th – July 7th
4:00PM-4:45PM
 Telescope Viewing
Join us to view planets, stars, and nebulas on the lawn outside the Planetarium.
July 5th
9:00PM – 10:00PM
 Lights and Music
Your friendly neighborhood DJ ABAD brings the SKLZ mixing up Rock, Disco, and Hip-Hop.
July 4th & July 5th
6:00PM – 7:00PM

 

The Robert H. Goddard Planetarium is dedicated to stimulating an understanding of the wonder and diversity of our cosmos, increasing awareness of the benefits of space technology in exploration of our universe and in the improvement of our quality of life on Earth, and providing a public resource for the dissemination of space science information. The Planetarium was opened in 1969 and is a collaboration between the Roswell Independent School District and the Roswell Museum and Art Center.
All shows and events are free to the
public during the UFO Festival.
For more information please call
575.624.6744 ext. 26