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Tag: galaxy

The Andromeda Galaxy taken by astrophotographer Nick Lake

Space Poetry

Thursday October 8th
Colleen Cesaretti

Image Caption: The Andromeda Galaxy taken by an astrophotographer. Image Credit: Nick Lake From galactic paintings to space poetry, everyone’s favorite out-of-this-world muse—aka our universe—inspires all kinds of stellar works of art. Our staff came together and composed a few short poems all about aspects of space that inspire them. STAGES In my youth, I […]

Header Image: Adler Space Tours Zooniverse Citizen Science Projects

This summer, get off this planet with Adler Zooniverse

Tuesday July 14th
Aubrey Henretty

Header Image: Help researchers complete 8 different Adler Zooniverse citizen science projects while traveling the universe with Adler Space Tours! Summer plans looking a little sad this year? I have good news: There are more places in space than you could visit in a million summers—not including travel time. And you can explore a few […]

Adler After Dark: Out in Space | June 20, 2019

Meet “Out in Space” Panelist: Bryan Terrazas

Tuesday June 18th
Megan Lothamer

Meet Dr. Bryan A. Terrazas, NSF Fellow and Rackham Merit Fellow in the Department of Astronomy at the University of Michigan, at Adler After Dark: Out in Space! Dr. Terrazas will be featured in a panel discussion about the importance of having a broad range of perspectives in the scientific community. Why have you chosen […]

Adler staff Interacting with members during members night

Open Source Science

Saturday January 26th
Aubrey Henretty

Thanks to a unique partnership between the Adler and the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, 1.7 million people around the world are participating in frontier research, digitizing vast archives of historical documents, and even helping route supplies to hurricane survivors. Zooniverse was born more than a decade ago from a desire to make […]

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