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Tag: Telescope

Woman examines a collection's object behind glass in the Chicago's Night Sky exhibition.

See You Another Time (Or Somewhere Else)!

Monday December 9th
Pedro Raposo

Header Image: Woman looking at a few of the astronomical objects from our collection located in the Adler Planetarium’s new exhibit, Chicago’s Night Sky. One of the most exciting—and at the same time most difficult — parts of an exhibition project is to decide which collections items will be put on display. The Adler team […]

How Many People Does it Take to Discover a Planet?

Tuesday June 11th
Pedro Raposo

The evening of March 13, 1781, William Herschel was observing the sky with a fine 7-foot refracting telescope he’d made by himself, from the backyard of his home in Bath, England. At that time, Herschel was earning his bread as a musician, but he had been developing a strong interest in astronomy, sacrificing many of […]

Doane Observatory at Adler Planetarium

Doane Observatory: A Road to Recovery

Tuesday April 9th
Megan Lothamer

The Adler Planetarium’s Doane Observatory has had a bumpy right over the last 12 months. But it’s finally back in working condition. Learn about its journey to recovery!

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