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now has a new state-of-the-art, full-dome digital projection system, capable of creating a brilliant, seamless image over the entire 30-foot dome surface, where spectacular images surround the audience, extending beyond peripheral vision and leading to an experience that is fully Immersive and totally engaging.

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MARCH 4 - MARCH 29 - DAILY SHOWSWednesday - Sunday
    • 2:00pm… "Dawn of the Space Age"
    • 3:30pm… "Saturn Ring World"

(Mar. 7, 14, 21 & 28)

    • 11:30am... "Seasonal Stargazing" (Winter/Spring)
    • 2:00pm… "Dawn of the Space Age"
    • 3:30pm… "Saturn Ring World"

First Friday Art Trail@The Museum (FFAT) each month…
FFAT Planetarium Shows… at 5:30, 6:30, & 7:30pm


  • 6… First Friday Art Trail, 6-9pm. FREE public event.
      • 5:30pm... Seasonal Stargazing (Winter/Spring)*
      • 6:30pm... Planetarium show "Earth's Wild Ride"*
      • 6:30-7:30pm... Bedtime@The Museum: Voices of the Alamo by Sherry Garland, Illustrated by Ronald Himler. Come celebrate the Texas Revolution by making paper flowers.
      • 7:00pm...Antarctica Movie: The Lost Zeppelin (1929, NR). A crew of daring adventurers braves the pitiless white wasteland of Antarctica in a bid to be the first explorers to reach the South Pole by zeppelin.
      • 7:30pm... Planetarium show "IBEX: Search for the Edge of the Solar System"*

                  * usual ticket prices apply.

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TICKETS for daily planetarium, laser, & FFAT shows see table below.

  • General Admission (ages 18-59)…$5
  • Children & Teens (ages 6-17)…$3
  • Seniors (ages 60 & up)…$3
  • Univ. Students/Faculty/Staff (w/ID)…$3
  • Kids (5 & under)…FREE
  • Active Military & their families…FREE
         (MoTTU is a Blue Star Museum)
  • Tickets go on sale 30 min before showtime on a first-come basis. Sales end 5 minutes before show time.
  • You must be present to purchase a ticket.
  • No late seating. Seating for 70.
  • No re-admittance after a show is in progress.


Sound & light shows featuring the AVI Omniscan Laser Projection System
Hi-fidelity music and spectacular laser-generated, full-color images combine to produce a sensational audio and visual experience in the Moody Planetarium dome room. Laser shows may be loud and may contain lyrics or visuals that might not be considered appropriate for all ages.

Patrons with medical conditions triggered or aggravated by flashing lights, loud sounds, or rapid visual movements should carefully consider whether or not to attend shows.

    • Tickets on sale 30 min before showtime; first-come basis.
    • Call 806.742.2432 or 806.742.2456, or email to for clarification about ticket prices.
    • Must be present to purchase tickets
    • No late seating
    • No re-admittance once shows are in progress

NOTE: Special laser shows may be loud and may contain lyrics or visuals that may not be appropriate for all ages. For more information, contact the MoTTU Education Division at 806.742.2432 or email to

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School & Group Shows
Call for information and reservations at
806.742.2432 —OR— 806.742.2456

… Please Read Carefully!

  • Reservations are required for all school programs and must be scheduled at least two (2) weeks in advance by calling 806.742.2456 or 806.742.2432.
  • Please plan to arrive a minimum of 10 minutes before the scheduled show time. Shows will be canceled if groups are 15 minutes late.
  • Tickets for school shows are $2 per person.

For more information about school shows call 806.742-2432, 742.2456, or email to

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The Moody Planetarium follows the TTU holiday schedule and is closed on USA Independence Day, Thanksgiving weekend, Christmas Eve through New Year's Day, and may be closed for special programming.

For clarification, call the MOTTU Education office at 806.742.2432 or 806.742.2456, or email to


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