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The Jim Cherry Memorial Planetarium at Fernbank Science Center remains closed due to Covid-19. In the interim we are offering virtual planetarium programming. New shows will be released each Friday.
Virtual Planetarium Shows will be live from the Jim Cherry Memorial Planetarium at 7:00 PM. Please…
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We are celebrating International Observe the Moon Night on September 26, 2020. You will enjoy a live planetarium show with interviews with Planetary Scientists. Don't miss out on this fun and informative program. This event is hosted by Marshall Space Flight Center's Planetary Missions Program and the…
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