Events

Don't miss our demonstrations at these listed events. If you're planning on attending and would like to meet with one of our show specialists and experience our immersive theater, we will be delighted to give you a tour, or we can arrange to visit you when we are in your region. We will come to you for a demo trip for the standard one-day booking fee ($600 plus travel).

Outreach Events are highlighted in green. These events are supported by ePlanetarium as part of our commitment to bring science to the community.

2018

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Feb 26, 2018 IMERSA, Columbus OH imersa.org
Mar 15-18, 2018 NSTA, Atlanta, GA nsta.org
Apr 6-8, 2018 USA Science Festival, Washington, DC usasciencefestival.org
May 25-27, 2018 Escape Velocity, Washington, DC escapevelocity.events
Jun 23, 2018 Astronomy On The Mall, Washington, DC dcstemnetwork.org
Jul 1-6, 2018 International Planetarium Society, Toulouse, France ips-planetarium.org
Oct 11-13, 2018 NSTA Regional, Reno, NV NSTA Regional
Nov 1-3, 2018 CAST, Fort Worth, TX CAST 2018


Archived Events [2007 - 2017]



News

2018

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Mar 2018 Newsletter - March 2018
new Newtonian 3, planetarium show MAGNETISM, eclipse animations, product news, software updates
March 2018 Newsletter

2017

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Oct 2017 Newsletter - October 2017
new planetarium show MAGNETISM, eclipse animations, product news, software updates
October 2017 Newsletter
July 2017 OUT OF THIS WORLD: Mobile planetarium attracting stargazers
"...Lucia Brimer, Texas Museum of Science and Technology's manager mobile education, who presented the near 30 minute show under the dome, said the inflatable planetarium is a fun tool to help children learn a little science..."
Seguin Gazette


Archived News [2005 - 2016]



Press Releases

2016

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Jan 2016 Discovery Dome "Live on Green" reaches 5,500 at Pasadena Convention Center
The new Geo-Go-Dome from ePlanetarium and Avela was the hit of the first "Live on Green" family festival Dec 29-31 in Pasadena, California. Celebrating the centennial of the National Park Service, there were exhibits and activities but the star of the show was the new geodesic Geo-Go-Dome. With its open doorway and bright projector, it invited guests of all ages and abilities. [CONTINUED]
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