The Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium has gone virtual! Take a look at these upcoming astronomy events that you can easily attend from the comfort of your own home.
The Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium came to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2017 with the construction of the STEM Education Center. Learn more about The Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium's origin, and get a look at what lies ahead!
Are you an educational group interested in learning more about the STEM Education Center? Here, you can schedule a visit to the facility and learn more about Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Prescott campus as a whole. Virtual opportunities available! We look forward to hearing from you!
As the only Arizona planetarium north of Phoenix, the Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium is an invaluable resource to our faculty and students and brings quality program to the greater Prescott and Quad-City public. Your support of the planetarium will help us bring new and different programming to audiences on a regular basis.
Questions about the cosmos? You'll find those answers during our public planetarium shows. But if you have any questions about Embry-Riddle or the Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium, check out some of our answers.
The Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium opened its doors with the goal of serving a wide and diverse audience of science and space enthusiasts. To accomplish this, two operations were formed that specialize in serving different segments of the community: the STEM Outreach team, and the planetarium team. Learn more about the individuals who bring the Universe to the University.
Throughout the year, Embry-Riddle is host to a number of incredible special events open not just to university students, faculty and staff--but to the entire surrounding Prescott and Quad-City community as well. Please check back often to see what new and exciting events are coming to campus.
The Bachelor of Science in Astronomy gives students the tools and the knowledge to reach for the stars. Working in the Campus Observatory Complex, an exceptional environment that takes advantage of Prescott’s high altitude and clear skies, students master astrophysics, quantum mechanics and more.