UCLA Planetarium: Special Show on Exoplanets (featuring live ASL interpretation)

UCLA Division of Astronomy and Astrophysics

Planetarium and
Telescope Shows

The planetarium is currently hosting in-person shows, following UCLA capus-wide COVID safety guidelines. Attendance to any of our in-person shows requires proof of vaccination/negative COVID test results/UCLA community clearance, and masks are required to be worn inside the planetarium.*

*Note: Due to the high attendance at recent in-person events, we recommend showing up 30 minutes before the show to ensure a seat.

*Planetarium shows are free and walk-in, you do not need to purchase tickets to come to a show!


Wednesday Evening Public Shows

Public planetarium shows are free and suitable for all ages, and are given by current astronomy graduate students. Content varies with presenters, but commonly includes discussion about the current night sky, constellations, astronomical phenomena, and more!

Public shows are free. No tickets or reservations required.

The UCLA Planetarium wants to ensure that our events and programs are accessible. Please email planet@astro.ucla.edu as soon as possible if any accommodations are needed to support your full engagement in our programs.

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