Pacific Planetarium


We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology,
in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.
-Carl Sagan

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The Pacific Planetarium is born out of the passion of local astronomy educators.

Educators at the Pacific Planetarium work hard to provide engaging topics relating to earth and space sciences with a focus on audience participation and experimentation. Audience members are encouraged to ask questions of our staff members both in and outside of the dome.

The Pacific Planetarium was opened by Digitalis Education Solutions. Inc. in 2011. At Digitalis we manufacture; fixed and portable planetarium systems, portable planetarium domes, and Nightshade NG planetarium software. Our systems are in use at over 700 installations worldwide.

The Pacific Planetarium serves as our test-bed. It is where we test new systems, and new software. It is also where we insure the quality of every system we ship.

Unfortunately at this time, we are unable to provide regularly scheduled public programming. We do strive to have public days multiple times per year. Please check back for upcoming dates and times.

To learn more about Digitalis you can find us on the web at DigitalisEducation.com.

Saturday, October 5, 2019

saturnPlease join us for Astronomy Day on Saturday, October 5 from noon to 5pm. We will be doing free 25 minute long "Tonight's Sky" planetarium shows starting every half hour. Our hands on astronomy exhibits will be open from 11:45 am to 5 pm.

We are located in downtown Bremerton at 817 Pacific Avenue, the former Fire Station 1 building.

Please note the following:

* This event is FREE, but all attendees must have a ticket to enter the planetarium.
* Tickets will be handed out first come, first served beginning at 11:45 am on Saturday, October 5.
* Planetarium seating is limited to 28 people per show.
* We recommend the planetarium for ages 4 and older.
* Last show of the day will start at 4:30 pm.

Astronomy Day is a worldwide event observed each fall and spring. You can learn more about it here:
https://www.astroleague.org/astronomyday/facts

October 5, 2019 is also International Observe the Moon Night. NASA has many free resources and information about International Observe the Moon Night on this webpage:
https://moon.nasa.gov/…/2019-moon-map-for-international-ob…/

We hope to see you at the Pacific Planetarium on Saturday, October 5!

 




Contact Us:


817 Pacific Ave, Bremerton
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