Planetarium Show Features Quasars, Black Holes  

The MSUM Planetarium will look at quasars and super massive black holes in its “Point of No Return” show  running now through May 18 at 2 p.m. Sundays and 7 p.m. Mondays.  

“Point of no Return” is an intergalactic journey through time and space investigating bizarre monsters deep in the hearts of galaxies and uncovering the history and science behind the law of gravity, dark stars, black holes and quasars. Could the continuation of our very existence lie deep within its secrets? Learn what stars are made of and how entire galaxies are formed while discovering how our universe began, and the delicate balance that coexists within.

General admission is $3; children 12 and under, senior citizens and Tri-College students are $1.50.

The Planetarium is located in Bridges Hall 167 at 11th Street and 8th Avenue South on the MSUM campus. For more information, call 477.2904.