• October 25, 2020

Tags : episd planetarium

EPISD Planetarium moving to Crosby Elementary site

The El Paso Independent School District’s Gene Roddenberry Planetarium has a new home in the Northeast. The EPISD Board of Trustees on Tuesday finalized the funding mechanisms that will help move the 50- year-old space exploration facility from its current location on the EPISD Education Center to the soon to-be-vacated Crosby Elementary School. A partnership […]Read More

Gene Roddenberry Planetarium Hosting Indoor/Outdoor Full Moon Show Thursday

Borderland stargazers are invited for a free night of learning at an indoor/outdoor event at the Gene Roddenberry Planetarium this Thursday night. The Gene Roddenberry Planetarium Coalition has partnered with the Sun City Astronomers, the EPCC Astronomy Club, and the Gene Roddenberry Planetarium to host a perfect night for the whole family. While its first come, first […]Read More

Roddenberry Planetarium To Host Second Free Show on February 23

After the success of their first free show, El Paso’s own Gene Roddenberry Planetarium is inviting El Pasoans ‘to Boldly Go’ once again. This time around, it’s a tour of our solar system in fine detail, as Perfect Little Planet explores the eight major planets, starting at 5:30 p.m. Friday evening, February 23rd. Planetarium officials say the […]Read More

Show Your Support For El Paso’s Gene Roddenberry Planetarium!

Established in 1969, the Gene Roddenberry Planetarium has been a major benefit to El Paso students and teachers by providing an exciting glimpse into the night sky for audiences of all ages, free of charge. Now the Planetarium is asking for help from the community. As you may already know, EPISD is looking to relocate the Planetarium […]Read More