Skygazing | Thursday, March 22, 7:00pm

FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! Join TMSC staff on Thursday, March 22nd at 7:00 PM* for an enlightening evening observing the night sky from the top of Talcott Mountain! 


Begin the evening under the 44 ft. dome in the Captain Alan M. Bean Planetarium, where we'll learn about the night sky and the spring equinox. What does the first day of spring mean for what's happening amongst the stars?


Afterwards, we'll be heading outdoors for celestial viewing atop Talcott Mountain! The skies will be at their darkest, making it the perfect night to view the wonders of the heavens. With a wide array of telescopes at our disposal, we'€™ll be looking for stars and constellations, including Ursa Major, Gemini and other celestial gems!


$8 General Admission/$5 TMSC Members 



*PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME! Late arrivals will not be allowed to enter the planetarium after the presentation begins at 7:15pm; they will, however, be able to participate in outdoor viewing with the group when the planetarium program concludes.


This event has been cancelled due to icy winter conditions. The next Skygazing event will be in April.