Tessmann Planetarium Presents the Star of Bethlehem
During the month of December, the Tessmann Planetarium will present the Star of Bethlehem show.
The show explores the story of the Magi following a star to discover the birthplace of a newborn king. The show uses references found in the New Testament as its starting point. Then using the planetarium's powerful star projector, the show investigates astronomical objects and events that appeared in the Christmas sky 2000 years ago. The Star of Bethlehem is a scientific and historical detective story that examines the possibilities for the star that filled shepherds with awe and sent the Magi on their quest.
The show is an excellent way to expose students to both the history of the New Testament and the wonders of astronomy. It is also an unforgettable and meaningful holiday gift to give young and old alike.
The Star of Bethlehem will be presented during most evenings during the month of December. We also will present daytime presentations. Contact us if you're looking for a daytime show.
Please go to www.sac.edu/planetarium and select Click here to view our schedule of shows and order tickets online to view our on-line schedule and purchase tickets. If you wish to set up a day time presentation, please call us at 714.564.6356.
Tessmann Mission:To ignite the flame of understanding and inspiration for our college students, staff, and community through education and exploration of our Universe.
The Tessmann Planetarium is a 100-seat planetarium located on the campus of Santa Ana College in Santa Ana, California, in the heart of Orange County. This facility has been inspiring students to study and discover careers in science, education and engineering for almost fifty years by bringing to life the wonders of the universe for anyone with an interest in astronomy and the space program.
As scientists unravel the complexities of the cosmos, key findings are revealing amazing new frontiers for exploration. Come along on a journey about what we already know and about the mysteries we have yet to solve. Travel beyond the night sky and into deep space to find out how discoveries over the past 100 years have led us to the pivotal moments that have brought us unprecedented knowledge of the universe and our place in it.
To glimpse the exciting future of cosmic exploration, make a reservation today.
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