Years 7-10, Planetarium show

Visualisation of a star-forming nebula
A visualisation of a star-forming nebula
Source: Museum Victoria

For thousands of years we have looked to the stars in awe and wonder. Their mysteries have inspired curiosity across all cultures and civilisations.

Narrated by multi-award winning Australian actress, Sigrid Thornton, Starlight is told through the eyes of Margaret, as she steps back in time to relive childhood fears of the dark. She takes you on an out-of-this-world journey to discover constellations and ancient cultures, the birth and death of a star and the inner workings of our Sun. It features stunning full dome visualisations of being inside a supernova explosion and drifting through a stellar nursery, a rich gaseous nebula that is collapsing into stars.

Produced by Melbourne Planetarium.

Suitable for Year 7-10, however, satisfies Victorian Curriculm links:

  • Earth and Space Sciences
  • Chemical Science
  • Physical Science for Years 9 and 10

Available Terms 1 and 4 (exceptions made for groups larger than 90), Monday - Friday
Session times: 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm, 3.30pm
Session duration: 45 minutes

Maximum 130 students per session
Cost: $5.00 per student + education service fee

Bookings: 03 9392 4819

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