General Admission Planetarium Tours

  • Thursday 3 February

  • What happens when the densest objects in the universe collide at half the speed of light? Together we will learn how some of the most massive stars in the cosmos live and die. This 45 minute presentation will combine cutting edge science and wacky humour accessible to all ages and backgrounds. Society Members: Please book for the Friday event at our clubrooms, this event is for the public.
    Date: Thu 03 Feb 2022
    Time: 07:00 PM - 08:30 PM

If you have a group booking (8 or more people) or would like to enquire about another date please complete the form below.

Peter

With a background in astro-physics, Peter has a strong interest in the science behind what we out there. 

From the Big Bang to our current Solar System and ultimately us, Peter likes to paint the picture of how it all came to be. 

Julie

Combining a love for the stars with a reverence and passion for the knowledge of Tangata whenua, Julie brings an understanding of the night sky that is uniquely ours.

Jane

Taking a tour with Jane will turn those stars into stories that go back as far as civilisation itself.

Nobody in our team has spent more time mastering the constellations and their stories than Jane. 

You will probably need to come back several times to catch all the detail, there's so much to learn here.

Naomi

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Owen

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