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If you need some time to cool off at the UFO Festival, while enjoying a great show, then you won’t want to miss the programs at the Robert H. Goddard Planetarium.  Our new director, Jeremy Howe, is excited about providing great entertainment and education to visitors.

June 30


Fastwalkers
11:00 am


Thunderbolts of the Gods
1:00 pm


Laser Beatles
5:00 pm


Laser Pink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon
7:00 pm

July 1


Fastwalkers
11:00 am


Thunderbolts of the Gods
1:00 pm


Laser Pink Floyd – The Best of Echoes
5:00 pm


Laser Led Zeppelin
7:00 pm

July 2


Fastwalkers
11:00 am


Thunderbolts of the Gods
1:00 pm


Laser Led Zeppelin
5:00 pm


Laser Led Zeppelin – Dark Side of the Moon
7:00 pm

July 3


Fastwalkers
11:00 am


Thunderbolts of the Gods
1:00 pm


Laser U2
5:00 pm


Laser Beatles
7:00 pm

SCHEDULE

Pricing:
Documentaries    FREE
Laser Shows     $5 for adults
$3 for 10 years old and under
FREE for 3 years old and under

PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS:

Fastwalkers – Mankind’s Most Carefully Guarded Secrets Revealed:   A UFO & ALIEN Disclosure for the first time – Information you were never meant to know.  Amazing UFO photos and footage you were never meant to see.  The government cover-up finally exposed!   RUN TIME = 92 minutes

Thunderbolts of the Gods – The Electric Universe:   Now more than ever, the exploration of our starry Universe excites the imagination.  Never before has space presented so many pathways for research and discovery.  New observational tools enable us to “see” formerly invisible portions of our cosmos and standing out amidst an avalanche of new images is the greatest surprise of the space age:  The universe is electric and The Standard Model does not work!!
RUN TIME: 63 minutes

LASER SHOWS RUN TIME: 45 minutes each show

LASER PINK FLOYD: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
Plunge into the deepest recesses of the Pink Floyd consciousness in Laser Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon. Dazzling lasers transform this landmark album about greed, madness, and reality, into an intoxicating visual feast for the eyes. Over a million laser-generated hues and colors poetically express such timeless tracks as Money, Time, The Great Gig in the Sky, and Brain Damage. In short, during Laser Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon, space and time cease to have meaning.

LASER PINK FLOYD: THE BEST OF ECHOES
Laser Pink Floyd: Best of Echoes is the ultimate fusion of classic rock music and dancing coherent light. Embark on an out-of-body experience as dazzling lasers visually interpret forty-five minutes of Pink Floyd’s most timeless musical journeys. Drift weightlessly among haunting laser landscapes and 3-D laser renderings as you experience such classics as One of These Days, Comfortably Numb, Money, and Wish You Were Here like never before.

LASER BEATLES
The Beatles never looked so good. Whether in the mood for a mind-warping ride on a yellow submarine or just looking for an excuse to twist and shout, the Laser Beatles classic rock laser show has something for everyone. Featuring fifteen Beatles classics, such as Hard Day’s Night, I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Yesterday, and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, this is considered by many to be the most spellbinding Beatles laser show ever.

LASER U2
Ready for some laser-induced Vertigo? Be immersed into some of the most influential rock and roll of the last generation courtesy of the boys from Dublin.Laser U2 is a techno-fusion of laser light and mainstream rock with a hint of blues and punk for some extra kick. Spanning three decades, songs like Where the Streets Have No Name, Beautiful Day, Desire, and Vertigo are brilliantly illustrated in vibrant laser light.

LASER LED ZEPPELIN
Get the Led out as lasers weave a monolithic Zeppelin experience for diehards that is a feast for both eyes and ears. Transcend time and space with laserized versions of classic Zeppelin such as the Immigrant Song, Over the Hills and Far Away, Heartbreaker, Rock and Roll, Dazed and Confused, Whole Lotta Love, and of course, Stairway to Heaven. The melding of musical and photonic troubadours has never been purer.
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.

For more information please call 575.624.6744 ext 23