OMNI THEATER FILMS 1983 - Present
117 Humpback Whales March 6, 2015
116 Interstellar: The IMAX Experience (full-length) December 26, 2014
SKYLINE for Spring 2015
Compiled by the Noble Planetarium Staff
Upcoming Sky Events
Happy New Year to all sky watchers! I hope this year brings many clear nights and fun sky adventures! It will definitely be a fun Solar and Lunar year, what with the eclipses we can view from Texas in 2015. Here are the details of those eclipses.
April 4th, 2015: Partial Lunar Eclipse from 4AM - 7AM
PRE & POST-VISIT RESOURCES
The Museum is passionate about supporting the children of Texas and the remarkable teachers working with them. We know your educational time is precious and we value your trust in our extraordinary learning environments. Your students will observe, question, predict and communicate as they deepen their understanding of science in our exhibit galleries. Learning happens here – through hands-on explorations in our exhibits, and through the conversations your students have with you, other students and our staff. Thank you fo
Texas Center for Inquiry
Classroom Outreach: Hands on Science Partnerships
Can’t come to the Museum? Let us come to you!
Discovery Labs on Wheels
Let the Museum’s high energy team of educators bring the excitement of learning to your classroom through our expanded outreach programs. All programs support the TEKS, provide pre-post activities, and provide connections to other subject areas. Programs are done on a contract basis.
STARS AND STORIES
February 10th and 24th, March 10th and 24th
Join the Noble Planetarium and the Fort Worth Public Library for Stars and Stories! This storytime for our youngest astronomers will feature a story read by librarians from the Fort Worth Public Library and then the planetarium show One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure! The program starts at 10:15 AM in the planetarium gallery. Stars and Stories is FREE with museum admission!
THE NOBLE PLANETARIUM: A GIANT LEAP INTO THE 21ST CENTURY
The 90-seat Noble Planetarium brings the first Zeiss-manufactured hybrid planetarium system – an immersive all-dome video combined with a fiber optic dual-hemisphere star projector to see more than 7,000 stars – to the Southwest United States. The planetarium also features an exhibit area that provides large screens with up-to-the-minute views of the Sun, as well as downlinks offering the latest information from the Hubble Telescope.