WWU's Spanel Planetarium to host 'To the Moon' on March 11

Western's Spanel Planetarium in Haggard Hall will host a live in-person show, "To the Moon," just for Western students, staff, and faculty at 3 p.m. on Friday, March 11.

This quarter, in addition to finding night sky objects you can see from your own backyard, we'll learn about the past Apollo missions as well as the upcoming Artemis missions!

Tickets are $3 for WWU students, and $5 for staff and faculty. The show lasts 45 minutes, and tickets can be purchased at the WWU Box Office. Show begins at 3 p.m., with no late seating.

All attendees must be up to date with Westerns vaccination standards and badges, masks must be worn for the duration of the show. More information can be found at Westerns coronavirus website.

For disability accommodations, please contact us at physics@wwu.edu. Disability access information is available online at Transportation Services, and further resources can be found on Western's Disability Access Center website and the AS Disability Outreach Center.

Thursday, March 3, 2022 - 9:49am
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"To the Moon" at the Spanel Planetarium