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The Sky We Don't See

Jenks Planetarium
Dr. Kirby A. Lehman Center for the Study of Math and Science Center , 3rd Floor
Dan Zielinski

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Sessions Available

Session Name Spots Left Dates Time Days First Enrollee        
December 2022 109 spots left 12/13/2022 - 12/13/2022 6:30pm - 7:30pm T $ 7.00        


Like right-handedness, the world is “northern-hemisphere-ist” (not a word!). Our planet is separated by an imaginary line called the equator that splits Earth into the Northern and Southern hemispheres. There's much more land mass in the Northern Hemisphere, and about 90% of our fellow citizens live there as well, contributing pollution of all kinds — like smog and light pollution — that can make it tough to gaze at the stars. 
This should not overshadow the beautiful sky that is seen in the southern hemisphere. Not only do they see many of the constellations we do … but they see stars, constellations and deep space objects that can never be seen from the north! Join us as we tour the southern hemisphere sky!  “The Sky We Don’t See” is a Jenks Planetarium production. 

The target audience age for The Sky We Don’t See is 6 years to adult.

This show is held at the Jenks Planetarium, Jenks High School, Dr. Kirby A. Lehman Center for the Study of Math and Science Center, 3rd Floor. Elevator available. General Seating. 1 show.

Doors to the Planetarium open approximately 30 minutes prior to listed show time. Tickets will not be issued at time of purchase. You do not need to show proof of purchase. Your name will appear on a list at the door and checked off upon entry to the show.  No food or drink is allowed in the Planetarium.


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