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Adler Skywatch: April 2020

Happy April, stargazers! The closest supermoon of the year takes place this month, April 2020. Supermoon is a nickname that describes a Full Moon that occurs within 10% of its closest approach to Earth. Astronomers refer to supermoons as a perigean Full Moon. The April 7th Full Moon is just under 222,000 miles from Earth. […]

Staff members of the Adler Planetarium marketing team posing with newly branded Adler sweatshirts in January 2020.

Google Hangouts, Dance Parties, At-Home Clothes…Oh My!

How Adler Staff is Staying Connected During These “Unprecedented Times” Header Image: Staff members of the Adler Planetarium marketing team posing with newly branded Adler sweatshirts in January 2020. On a cosmic scale, there is very little distance between us. However, when you’re used to collaborating in person to create memorable experiences for an iconic […]

Apollo 13 crew returning home after their ocean landing.

Inside Apollo 13

Header Image: Apollo 13 crew returning home after their ocean landing. Image Credit: NASA This year marks the 50th anniversary of the harrowing Apollo 13 Mission. We sat down with our friend Captain. James A. Lovell, Jr., to talk about this experience. Fifty years ago, the flight of Apollo 13 gripped the imagination of people […]

Constellation identification in The Adler Planetarium's Mapping Historic Skies interactive Zooniverse experience.

Mapping Historic Skies with Zooniverse

Header Image: Constellation being classified from the Mapping Historic Skies project. Mapping Historic Skies Team: Jessica BrodeFrank, Pedro Raposo, Sam Blickhan, Becky Rother, and Cliff Johnson. The Adler Planetarium opened its new exhibit, Chicago’s Night Sky, in November 2019. This exhibit features real science and research from several of the Adler’s program initiatives, including Far […]