The Sky Tonight
Take an awe-inspiring tour of the night sky as seen from our area, with topics ranging from visible planets, bright stars, and the Milky Way, to periodic comets, seasonal constellations, black holes, alien planets, upcoming rocket launches, meteor showers, satellite spotting, and more!
In March, Leo the lion and two eye-teasing star clusters make an evening appearance. In April, among these sights will be the Big Dipper, nearly overhead just after sunset. Mornings in May are the time to see planets—as many as four at a time!
Recommended for ages 8+; 60-minute live and interactive show. Masks are required in the Planetarium until further notice. Advance reservations are strongly encouraged.
The Sky Tonight is sponsored by Domino Sugar Yonkers Refinery.