Apollo 11 - 2019 Movie
Showing on July 20th as a fundraiser for the planetarium
“The single most immersive portrait of how an army of technicians, flight-control teams, organizational bigwigs and, crucially, three brave men took us to the stars and back.”
“It gives you the sensation that you’ve been transported right into the middle of history.”~Rolling Stone
- Juneau's planetarium is part of the Juneau School District and has been run by volunteers for over 20 years. Our presentations and events reflect the interest and knowledge of our volunteers.
- We offer free astronomy education for the public, school classes and community groups. We serve people of all ages and levels of astronomy knowledge.
The planetarium is a unique community resource
The planetarium projector allows us to model
the sky even when the weather is miserable! We show 'The Stars Tonight' at almost all presentations at the planetarium showing how Juneau's night sky would look if it were clear.
The planetarium is run by volunteers with knowledge of and enthusiasm about astronomy. This is reflected in the planetarium's diverse offerings (click to learn more).