Coming Monday August 14th, 2017!
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The Eclipse Description
Every day, we walk around and do our own thing. The sun rises and we wake up, and in the evening it sets and we go to bed. But how weird would it be if a huge shadow was cast over the land where you stand. On August 14th, 2017, the Manheim Township Astronomy Club will answer the question as to why this all happens. Through an out-of-this-world multimedia full dome presentation, you will learn about the processes behind, and the stories told about eclipses.
There will be three showings of the full-dome show “Eclipse Across America” on 8/14/17. After each showing, a solar watch will be held outside of the planetarium entrance.
2:00-2:45PM (Extra Showtime Added) 3:00-3:45PM
Solar Telescope Observing Directly Before/After Each Show (10:30AM-4:30PM) ****Weather Permitting****
Astronomy club members will be offering refreshments in the main lobby starting from 10:30AM through 4:30 PM.
Ticket Sales Reservations must be completed ONLINE. Cash will be accepted at the door but will be a first-come first served only. Exact Change is appreciated!
Space is limited, visit our website at: ShowTix4U.com to Purchase your TICKETS and Reserve your seats. Please PRINT your tickets and bring them along with you. Show cost will be $5 General Admission.
Additional Events Held Throughout the Day:
A special thanks to Astronomy Enthusiasts of Lancaster County www.aelc.us and AELC Vice President Lane Davis for sharing with our guests his time & telescope for LIVE Solar Telescope Observations.
Solar Glasses will be on sale for $2.00 each for this summer’s upcoming Total Solar Eclipse!
Galactic Artwork will be on display and is for sale by Burt Aulisio. A special thanks to Burt for his awesome Galactic Artwork he has graciously shared with MTAC over the past few years www.galacticart.com. A portion of the proceeds from the Artwork Sale will go towards Manheim Township Astronomy Club.
Eclipse Across America- programmed and presented by Jenk’s Planetarium.
MTAC’s President- Baird Everett DiSanto
MTAC’s Club Advisor- Dave Farina
Donations to the “MTHS Astronomy Club” will be gladly accepted. Club donations will be used to fund club activities, future community events, field-trips, and astronomy supplies. Donations can be submitted in person or via ShowTix4U.com (Top right hand corner of the Box Office page)