July 6 - “The Little Star That Could" is a story about Little Star, an average yellow star in
search for planets of his own to protect and warm. Along the way, he meets other stars,
learns what makes each star special, and discovers that stars combine to form star
clusters and galaxies. Eventually, Little Star finds his planets. Each planet is introduced
to your audiences with basic information about our Solar System.
July 13 - In the “Seasons Reasons Show” Marvin Short, Jake Jupiter, and
Laura Twist tell us about weather, the water cycle, clouds, seasons, constellations,
and the moon. Voices for the characters are narrated by voice talent from the TV cartoon
series "Dragonball Z".
July 20 - Solar System Tours is a guided tour of the solar system in which students enjoy
close-up views of all the planets on the Sky Theater's dome. Students experience wonders
from the Sun to the edge of the solar system, including reclassification of Pluto.
July 27 - Dinosaur Passage to Pangaea is a stop-motion, 3D animated
adventure explaining one of the greatest geological events in the history of the Earth:
the separation of the supercontinent Pangaea. When two children embark on a geology
field trip back in time, they are thrown into a fantastic voyage where they witness
incredible geological wonders and learn the mysterious process that created our
The Sky Theater is located in the Environmental Building on the UNT campus
1704 W. Mulberry, free parking in Lot 7 on the south side of the building.
For more information about the Sky Theater call
(940) 369-8213 or visit our website: http://skytheater.unt.edu
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