Comet ISON is on its way to visit our inner Solar System, and it is expected to be a sight to see in the pre-dawn sky this November. At the Louisiana Art & Science Museum, the Irene W. Pennington Planetarium is ready, presenting Sky Tonight, a show that reviews the Autumn constellations from the myth of Perseus and Andromeda, then reveals where to look for the comet in the morning sky. The film transports viewers to the outer Solar System to see where ISON came from, flying past Uranus then skimming Neptune's moon Triton to see an ice geyser. Explore the mysteries that await in the outer reaches of our Solar System at the Planetarium, Tuesdays—Sundays at 100 South River Road. (225) 344-5272 or lasm.org.