Come on down to the Downtown Digital Dome Theater and Planetarium and enjoy a free planetarium show on Saturday December 2nd at 10 a.m.

December Skies over Tallahassee is live planetarium show presented by the Tallahassee Astronomical Society and will be review prominent constellations, stars, and planet positions.

The zodiac constellation Aries is highlighted for “Learning Constellations”.  The ancient story involving the six autumn constellations Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Andromeda, Cetus, Perseus, and Pegasus will be told.  The “Binocular Object-of-the-Month” are the beautiful double clusters near the constellation Perseus “the hero”.  The “Messier objects of the Month” is M15, a globular cluster off the nose of Pegasus the winged horse.

The  Astronomy Topic of the Month, “In Search of the Star of the Magi”, will take you back 2,000 years using the planetarium software to review two astronomical events that could have been the star of Bethlehem.

If you miss the free planetarium show, December Skies over Tallahassee plays during December as part of the scheduled lineup of planetarium shows for a nominal fee including on Wednesday December 7th at 2:00 pm for retired persons, home schoolers and the general public.