Upcoming Events and Programs

The new Orion spacecraft is NASA's next generation vehicle to carry humans beyond Earth's orbit. Watch the next chance at a successful launch!
See the spectacular, award-winning full-dome planetarium fractal show!
On the first Sunday of every month, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science is FREE to all New Mexico residents. Bring a NM ID or proof of residence. Regular admission fees apply for DynaTheather and Planetarium shows.
International SUNday encourages participants to share their creative photos, drawings, and thoughts about the sun on social media sites.
Join members of The Albuquerque Astronomical Society and study the moon in the museum's observatory.
See the spectacular, award-winning full-dome planetarium fractal show!
On the first Sunday of every month, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science is FREE to all New Mexico residents. Bring a NM ID or proof of residence. Regular admission fees apply for DynaTheather and Planetarium shows.
Since New Mexico astronomer Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto in 1930, relatively few details have been discovered about the dwarf planet because it?s the only major object in the solar system that has not been visited by a robotic explorer. That?s about to change as the New Horizon spacecraft soars through the outer solar system this year.
Join members of The Albuquerque Astronomical Society and study the moon in the museum's observatory.
On the first Sunday of every month, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science is FREE to all New Mexico residents. Bring a NM ID or proof of residence. Regular admission fees apply for DynaTheather and Planetarium shows.
See the spectacular, award-winning full-dome planetarium fractal show!
Join members of The Albuquerque Astronomical Society and study the moon in the museum's observatory.