JUNE 6 - 9, 2024
Silent Sky spotlights the life of early astronomer Henrietta Leavitt, who worked in Harvard University’s Observatory as a human “computer,” helping map the stars but receiving no credit. Despite the restrictive gender norms of her time and her struggles with hearing loss, Leavitt discovered a means of measuring distance on an intergalactic scale, which forever changed our perspective of the universe.
Southern Plains Productions, in partnership with Science Museum of Oklahoma, is proud to present the Oklahoma City premier of Silent Sky, Aug. 11-13 in the Kirkpatrick Planetarium.
It’s a show the Atlanta Journal-Constitution calls “Heavenly.”
Join us in the Kirkpatrick Planetarium at Science Museum of Oklahoma, August 11-13, for a celestial presentation of Silent Sky. You’ve never seen the planetarium like this!