Upcoming Events
11 a.m.
Join faculty and staff from Ball State's Department of Physics & Astronomy as they answer your questions about Pluto, dwarf planets, the Kuiper belt, and more! Submit a question ahead of time at https://forms.gle/Kxa6apRdVJxrmt8F8 or bring your questions to the live event!Watch live at www.facebook.com/brownplanetarium/live on Friday, July 10 at 11am ET. No Facebook account is needed. Can't catch it live? Visit the webpage after the event ends to see a recording of it.This presentation is apart of the Brown Planetarium's #YourUniverse Virtual Series.
12 a.m.
Are you trying to stay connected? Just remember to look up. The night sky is a powerful tool that can connect us all of us – and so is the Internet. That is why the Brown Planetarium is beginning its first online series, “#YourUniverse.” Join us as we explore a different astronomical object in #YourUniverse every week.
12 a.m.
Are you trying to stay connected? Just remember to look up. The night sky is a powerful tool that can connect us all of us – and so is the Internet. That is why the Brown Planetarium is beginning its first online series, “#YourUniverse.” Join us as we explore a different astronomical object in #YourUniverse every week, starting with our Sun and eventually exploring beyond our Milky Way Galaxy.
12 a.m.
Are you trying to stay connected? Just remember to look up. The night sky is a powerful tool that can connect us all of us – and so is the Internet. That is why the Brown Planetarium is beginning its first online series, “#YourUniverse.” Join us as we explore a different astronomical object in #YourUniverse every week, starting with our Sun and eventually exploring beyond our Milky Way Galaxy.