The Hudnall Planetarium at Tyler Junior College is offering live virtual field trips on a range of earth and space science topics this fall to schools, scout groups, and community groups.

Virtual trips require stable internet and a Zoom connection, or prerecorded programs are available. Popular topics are constellations and the night sky, sun-earth-moon system, moon phases, planets and the solar system, and geology. Each program lasts 30 to 45 minutes.

Virtual field trips can accommodate up to 50 students (or two classrooms) for each live session. Private show screenings are limited to a total of 15 visitors (students and adults). Cost is $25 per session.

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