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  • Stone Age Stories

    Join caveman Roc and baby mammoth Zoey as they record the world around them on their cave walls! Much can be learned when you record and share. Show made by JHS students! Doors to the Planetarium open approximately 30 minutes prior to listed show time. Tickets will not be issued at time of purchase. You do not need to show proof of purchase. Your name will appear on a list at the door and checked off upon entry to the show. No food or drink is allowed in the Planetarium.
  • The Sistine Chapel

    The planetarium isn't just for Astronomy anymore. Join us in the planetarium for a recreation of the Sistine Chapel in Rome. Learn the meanings behind the paintings. See the scenes come together in an amazing retelling of the Bible. A must-see for all art lovers! Notice: This show displays the real paintings as are seen in the Sistine Chapel in Rome, which contain some artistic nudity. The target audience age for The Sistine Chapel is 8 years to adult. This show is held at the Jenks Planetarium, Jenks High School, Dr. Kirby L. Lehman Center for the Study of Math & Science Building, 3rd Floor. Elevator available. General Seating. 1 show.
  • Travelling with Light

    Through the conversation between a child and his mother, planetarium show “Travelling with Light” tackles the importance of light in all areas of our lives. The movie presents different scenarios that reveal the complexity of light and its direct influence on our planet. This show is held at the Jenks Planetarium, Jenks High School, Dr. Kirby L. Lehman Center for the Study of Math & Science Building, 3rd Floor. Elevator available. General Seating. 1 show.
  • Spacepark 360: Infinity

    SpacePark 360 Infinity is a full-dome theme park ride that whips you along on roller coaster rides around the sun, through Saturn's rings, around Earth and even on a distant exoplanet. Be prepared to hang on and have fun! An out of this world theme park, with a thrill ride at every planet in the solar system. An amusement park with its rides placed throughout the solar system. It‘s an ride of astronomical proportions! Sometimes it’s just fun to dream! Like what would it be like to ride carnival rides or even roller coasters in space. That dream is fulfilled with this virtual full-dome roller coaster simulations! 1 Show Warning: May cause motion sickness. Doors to the Planetarium open approximately 30 minutes prior to listed show time. Tickets will not be issued at time of purchase. You do not need to show proof of purchase. Your name will appear on a list at the door and checked off upon entry to the show. General seating. No food or drink is allowed in the Planetarium. Target audience: 5-Adults Suitable for: General Audience
  • Travelling with Light

    Through the conversation between a child and his mother, planetarium show “Travelling with Light” tackles the importance of light in all areas of our lives. The movie presents different scenarios that reveal the complexity of light and its direct influence on our planet. This show is held at the Jenks Planetarium, Jenks High School, Dr. Kirby L. Lehman Center for the Study of Math & Science Building, 3rd Floor. Elevator available. General Seating. 1 show.
  • My House Has Stars

    People all over the world live in many types of houses--from houseboats to mud huts. No matter where you live though, your house has stars! Based on the book, My House Has Stars introduces both houses and stars from places and cultures all over the planet. The target audience age for My House Has Stars is 6 years to adult. This show is held at the Jenks Planetarium, Jenks High School, Dr. Kirby L. Lehman Center for the Study of Math & Science Building, 3rd Floor. Elevator available. General Seating. 1 show.
  • Great White Shark

    Misrepresented, maligned and misunderstood, the great white shark is an iconic predator: the creature we love to fear. This planetarium show will explore the great white's place in our imaginations, in our fears, and in the reality of its role at the top of the oceanic food chain. See the great white through the eyes of people who swim with sharks.
  • Solar System Protection Agency

    Come shadow an agent of the Solar System Protection Agency and help them make the right decisions to help the Solar System in need! This Choose-Your-Own adventure show allows the audience to pick where Agent Weldon goes through the adventure! This show is designed for younger audiences. Doors to the Planetarium open approximately 30 minutes prior to listed show time. Tickets will not be issued at time of purchase. You do not need to show proof of purchase. Your name will appear on a list at the door and checked off upon entry to the show. No food or drink is allowed in the Planetarium.
  • Moons: Worlds of Mystery

    Moons: Worlds of Mystery immerses you in the amazing diversity of moons and the important roles they play in shaping our solar system. Take a fascinating trip to the little worlds of our solar system!! When you consider the solar system, you often think of the Sun and its planets. But what about moons? What role do they play? Find out in Moons: Worlds of Mystery, a show from the Charles Hayden Planetarium of the Museum of Science, Boston. It explores the many and varied satellites that exist, delves into what they look like and what they contribute to our knowledge of the solar system — a hundred known satellites throughout the solar system, orbiting five other planets and even some asteroids and Kuiper Belt objects. Target audience: 6-Adults Suitable for: General Audience Doors to the Planetarium open approximately 30 minutes prior to listed show time. Tickets will not be issued at time of purchase. You do not need to show proof of purchase. Your name will appear on a list at the door and checked off upon entry to the show. General seating. No food or drink is allowed in the Planetarium.
  • Stone Age Stories

    Perspective-Join Roc and his pet Mammoth Zoey as they observe the world and record it on the cave walls around them. By recording the world, Roc learns much about how the Sun, Moon, and Stars behave in the sky.
  • Habitat Earth

    Habitat Earth features biological & human-built networks (and of how they intersect), taking viewers on an immersive journey through the connectedness of Earth. General Seating. 1 show. Doors to the Planetarium open approximately 30 minutes prior to listed show time. Tickets will not be issued at time of purchase. You do not need to show proof of purchase. Your name will appear on a list at the door and checked off upon entry to the show. General seating. No food or drink is allowed in the Planetarium.
  • Solar System Protection Agency

    Come shadow a member of the Solar System Protection Agency in this Choose-Your-Own Adventure show! You get to take part in how the story unfolds, what planets will be visited and the ultimate destination of our host… Weldon! The target audience for Solar System Protection Agency: Weldon's Story is ages 4 years to adult. This show is held at the Jenks Planetarium, Jenks High School, Dr. Kirby A. Lehman Center for the Study of Math and Science Center, 3rd Floor. Elevator available. General Seating. 1 show.
  • From Earth to Saturn

    The Cassini Satellite recently ended its tour of the majestic planet of Saturn. The decade long mission uncovered mysteries never before seen and gives us an insight to be applied to the entire solar system. General Seating. 1 show. Doors to the Planetarium open approximately 30 minutes prior to listed show time. Tickets will not be issued at time of purchase. You do not need to show proof of purchase. Your name will appear on a list at the door and checked off upon entry to the show. No food or drink is allowed in the Planetarium.
  • Earth, Moon, and Sun

    Coyote has a razor-sharp wit, but he's a little confused about what he sees in the sky. Join this amusing character (adapted from American Indian oral traditions) in a fast-paced and fun show that explores lunar phases, eclipses, and other puzzles. The target audience age for Earth, Moon, and Sun is 4 years to adult. This show is held at the Jenks Planetarium, Jenks High School, Dr. Kirby L. Lehman Center for the Study of Math & Science Building, 3rd Floor. Elevator available. General Seating. 1 show.
  • Passport to the Universe

    Join narrator Tom Hanks in a trip through the universe like never before. Learn out true cosmic address, discover just how small we really are, and learn that we truly have come from the stars. General Seating. 1 show. Doors to the Planetarium open approximately 30 minutes prior to listed show time. Tickets will not be issued at time of purchase. You do not need to show proof of purchase. Your name will appear on a list at the door and checked off upon entry to the show. General seating. No food or drink is allowed in the Planetarium.