That's all of us...7+ billion humans. So why can't we all just get it together and share love and peace?

 "Let there be peace on Earth, and let it begin with me."
               This site REPLACES !robeson planetarium logo   
 Kepler's quote re. space exploration
Director: Ken Brandt
 Secretary: Joy Ivey
Driver: Cleveland Oxendine 
Supervisor: Dr. Linda Emanuel
Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction 
Robeson Planetarium and Science Center presents How Exploring Space Can Change the World: Working for Peace
Our next evening program:  Sunday, Sept. 21st, at 8 pm The topic: We Come in Peace-Space Exploration.
Join us as we celebrate the International day of peace, using space exploration as a peaceful means of developing high technology which benefits us all.
Notice:  This site replaces DO NOT go to that website, as the domain name has been bought by another entity with a very unsavory agenda!

Ken Brandt's podcast for the International Year of Astronomy: How to find the directions using the Sun and shadows, can be heard here: Ken's pod cast .  Listen to today's podcast Here.

One of the teacher activities linked is Ken's simple way to demonstrate the Phases of Venus, which Galileo saw 400 years ago. The activity can be found here: Galileo Was Right!

Weather: here is a link for our own clear sky clock. See whether it'll be clear or cloudy here in SE NC.

For reservations and other information call (910) 735-2148, or email