This upcoming weekend, Indian River State College will be presenting its last shows about the planet Saturn at the Hallstrom Planetarium. “Saturn, Jewel of the Heavens,” highlights the remarkable discoveries that the Cassini spacecraft made about the ringed planet. We fly above Saturn, we sail below its rings, we pass its moons and even land on its largest one, Titan, the only other world we know of with a nitrogen atmosphere like earth’s – except that nitrogen is so cold that it also forms slush lakes that flow across Titan’s surface. One moon, Mimas, has an impact crater that makes it look a lot like the Death Star from Star Wars. Another moon, Hyperion, looks like an overbaked potato. Some very strange and exotic sights await those who come to this show. And, if skies are clear on Friday night, the Treasure Coast Astronomical Society will be on hand to provide guided views of Saturn in the real sky, weather permitting. Join us this weekend - call the IRSC Box office at 462-4750 for tickets.