Skygazing | June 21

FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! School's out and Skygazing is in full swing! Jupiter is making it’s first appearance in June — as the fastest moving planet, you don’t want to let this gas giant slip away!


We’ll await the stars inside the 44 ft. dome of Talcott’s Captain Alan M. Bean Planetarium; we’ll learn about the summer solstice and the night sky — including the stories behind the stars and the constellations that humans have created by virtually connecting these points of light — drawing pictures in the sky. 


Make it your mission to visit Talcott Mountain Science Center and get your wheels spinning. With a campus built upon an old Nike Missile site — tucked away high atop Talcott Mountain — we’ll use a wide array of telescopes to look for stars, planets 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 8:10pm; they will, however, be able to participate in outdoor viewing with the group when the planetarium program concludes.


Friday, June 21, 2019 | 8:00pm