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Alyssa M.
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Report | 7 days ago
Bring many friends, sharing this experience is well worth it! The grandeur helps to renew much missed wonder with our human existence on a unique planet.
Jorena C.
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Report | 7 days ago
Do it. You won't regret it =)
Michelle M.
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Report | 7 days ago
Go for the nightly light shows!
Janine P.
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Report | 7 days ago
Very old atmosphere, but the show was good
Sonia L.
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Report | 7 days ago
Great place to take the kids and the narration of the constellations was the best part of the laser show!
Scott H.
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Report | 7 days ago
This is so awesome! A must see!
Diane T.
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Report | 7 days ago
great place, a real affordable gem, the rock laser shows are great and there is always an interesting space show to see.
Brendan W.
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Report | 7 days ago
Get there at least 1/2 hour before. Park across the street or in the parking lot east of the observatory.
Amy S.
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Report | 7 days ago
Good show!
Jami H.
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Report | 7 days ago
great way to spend an evening!
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On September 19, 1975, CU alum Wallace Franze Fiske?s wish ?to build and equip a planetarium for the University of Colorado? was finally realized with the dedication of the eponymous geodesic dome built thanks to his generous bequest. From its inaugural showing of a program detailing supernovae decades ago, the planetarium has upheld Fiske?s vision with an ever-evolving lineup of educational initiatives, engaging events, and outreach activities. Now under the helm of a passionate staff composed of members of CU?s Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences, its programs grant the community a chance to explore the wonders of outer space. The skyward dome of Fiske Planetarium, featuring a state-of-the-art 8K theater, one of the first in the nation, acts as a projector screen for immersive, 360-degree educational star shows showcasing the universe's glittering galactic splendor. Laser shows set to jazz, rock, and classical music feature choreographed lasers and special effects that perform a wave-particle Humpty Dance for the audience's amusement. Audiences can catch showings in Spanish as well as English.

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