Planetarium show offers out-of-this-world fun

September 19, 2012 by  

Galactic levels of glee can currently be found at ‘The Little Star that Could’ – a program designed for families but especially geared towards the kids.

As part of this activity, children will be told the tale of a normal star, yellow in color, searching for planets that it can own to keep warm and protect. As the little star travels through outer space in search of these planets, it learns all about what makes each star it runs across a special star.

The exciting story is further supported by a digital projection of the night sky that allows the children to visualize the storyline. The event is taking place at the Regional Science Center Planetarium, which provide sciences programming for children, natural history programs, and natural resource information to the public and those interested in teaching.

This program is designed for children ages 12 and under and it would be no surprise if flyer printing, brochure printing, and poster printing had been used to advertise and promote this excellent opportunity for learning.

The Little Star that Could began its program on September 8 and runs until November 10, with shows every Saturday at 11:00 am at the MSUM Planetarium in Moorhead, just down the road from Fargo, North Dakota. Admission is $5 per person or $2.50 per child (if aged under 12), seniors aged 62 and over, and Tri-College Students. For more details, please visit MSUM’s website or contact the planetarium by email or phone.

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