` Mueller Planetarium - A Planet for Goldilocks
Mueller Planetarium
A Starry Tale

Saturday | 11:00am
Sunday | 2:00pm
March 4 - May 28

Not showing March 11 or 12 due to laser shows.

Additional shows during spring break!
Tuesday, March 14 | 11:00am
Wednesday, March 15 | 11:00am
Thursday, March 16 | 11:00am
Friday, March 17 | 11:00am

*Schedule subject to change*

• Running time is 30 minutes.

• Recommended for ages 9+

Admission (click here)

Planetarium Rules
Children must be at least 4 years old to be admitted.

• Planetarium shows start promptly at scheduled time. If you arrive late you will not be admitted.

• Theater doors open 10 minutes prior to show time.

• For your safety, if you leave the theater at show time or after, you will not be allowed to return.

• The planetarium is a dark environment with overhead motion & occasional loud sounds during a show. It is not recommended for guests who are sensitive to such conditions.

• No food or drinks in the planetarium.



Presentation of many fulldome shows at Mueller Planetarium is made possible by the Friends of the University of Nebraska State Museum.
www.friendsofthemuseum.org

In 1995, astronomers detected 51 Pegasi, the first exoplanet - a planet orbiting a star other than our sun.



Since that time the search for a planet like Earth has been like Goldilocks's search. Explore the ongoing hunt for exoplanets in the habitable zone - where they might even support life.



Experience humankind's search for a planet with conditions that could be "just right".



• Click here to see how many expolanets have been found to date thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope.
• Click here to follow the progress of the Thirty Meter Telescope.

Here's a preview!