Every wonder why the shadow of the moon in an eclipse is smaller than the moon? Make a mini eclipse yourself!
Let's make some globes
The long awaited arrival of Mars 2020 and the Perseverance Rover is today!
Everyone is saying this one is special. But, how does it compare to previous Great Conjunctions?
Don't mind me here on the sidewalk, I'm just taking pictures of these awesome planets.
When wandering stars align
Sci Viz with 2000 year old data
Let's try some introductory astrophotography... on Mars!
Can't make it to Manhattanhenge this year? Nor can we, so we've decided to simulate it
We will be closed for a little while, so enjoy this in the meantime
On May 17th, join scientists, artists, and beyond for a free hands-on organic art experience using analog projection and fluid interactions!
We celebrated science at City College
Takeaways from the OpenHouse
Come by for a quick tour - of the universe!
How to add new HiRISE data into openspace.
The planetarium was a big deal in 1975. Here's a clip from The Campus that highlights the new facility.
Here's our spherical mirror hardware
The technical drawing from the original manual
A brief description of the upcoming improvements the CCNY Planetarium
A new home for the planetarium, online