There are many reasons to visit the Hōkūlani Imaginarium, but its new spring schedule seals the deal.
From February through June, the Imaginarium offers three fun adventures that are out of this planet. The first one, Ancient Skies, explores the hidden gems of mankind’s oldest monuments. The second show, Voyages of Starship Discovery, is an interactive show–the Imaginarium’s first. Last and not least, Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon combines music from the 1973 album with the next generation of computer-generated imagery.
In addition, the Imaginarium’s ongoing stargazing program, presented by Aerospace Exploration Lab and Imaginarium specialist Krissie Kellogg, takes place the second Wednesday of every month.
The planetarium has the occupancy to hold 84 people along with a Definite 4K full-dome system from Sky-Skan. The Digital Sky 2 technology makes it feel like a true 360-degree environment.
by Itzel Contreras Mendez, Ka ‘Ohana Staff Reporter