Goddard Planetarium


The Robert H. Goddard Planetarium is home to a state-of-the-art, full-dome digital theater system with Digistar 6 programming. This immersive experience brings the captivating story of our cosmic origins to life like never before. Thanks is extended to the RMAC Foundation and its donors.

Corporate sponsorship opportunities are available to help us bring the newest films to our Roswell community. 
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Public Show Schedule


Shows are presented on Tuesdays at 7 pm, Wednesdays at 2:30pm, and Saturdays at 3:30pm.  Each show includes a full-dome film accompanied by a star presentation. Films last approximately 40 minutes. For more information or to schedule a group, please call Jeremy Howe at 575-624-6744 

December 2019 Films and Show Times

Secret of Calakmul:


(17 minutes) general audience

Discover the mysteries around Calakmul, a Mayan city discovered by archeologist in 1931. This full dome experience guides you through the Mayan architecture and its relationship with the starry sky, and shows the biodiversity in the jungle using incredible time-lapse photography, 360° video, drone shots, computer-generated animations of 3D models and direct jungle audio in 5.1 channels.

Tuesday
7pm December 3 & 17

Wednesday
2:30pm December 11

Saturday
3:30pm December 7 & 21

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The Incredible Sun & Aurora Storm


(22 minutes) general audience

Every second the Sun emits 1 million times more energy than the world consumes every year. Discover our star through the breathtaking timelapses. Thanks to the real images taken by the Solar Dynamics Observatory, you will experience the true nature of the Sun and find out that it is far from being as calm as it seems at first glance.

 Aurora Storm is a NASA-funded show about the captivating northern lights. This show melds science and technology with literature and a multicultural look at the aurorae. It teaches geophysics and earth science while giving your audiences a look at the dazzling aurorae through the eyes of scientists, photographers and local inhabitants who share their traditional views of this phenomenon

Tuesday
7pm December 10

Wednesday
2:30pm December  4 & 18

Saturday
3:30pm December 14

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