Feeling socially distant? Connect with us and our community wherever you are.
On a cosmic scale, there’s practically no distance between us. We’re all flying through space on the same little blue planet, and we’re all looking up at the same sky. So even though the Adler’s doors are closed for now, you can stay connected with the museum, with science and astronomy, with our universe—and with other people—exactly where you are.
Stay in our orbit
The Adler ’Scope Blog Find stories that embody who we are, what we do, and give you an insider look behind-the-scenes of the museum.
Stories from the YOUniverse Podcast Get to know some of the people who have made our community so special over the last 90 years.
Skywatch Weekly #LookUp with us every Wednesday for a visual update on what to see in the night sky for the next week.
Virtual Exhibitions See our Collections come to life through these Google Arts & Culture exhibitions, including our newest exhibition 13 Stories with Captain James Lovell, which looks back on and celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 13 mission.
Captain Adler Say hello to your new adventure buddy! Captain Adler is our traveling “flatstronaut” that you can print out, color, and show off around your home.
Collaborate (at a safe distance!)
Zooniverse Contribute to real scientific research from your couch! Zooniverse volunteers just like you have discovered new planets, helped route supplies to hurricane victims, and much, much more. (You can also explore Zooniverse’s online resources here.)
Do Science at Home Use materials you have around your house to try your hand at a variety of experiments.
Get to know our sky
#LookUp Book Create something beautiful using the sky as a muse.
#AskAdler Flex your space knowledge courtesy of Adler astronomers and educators.
The Adler Zoo Coloring Book Learn fun facts about constellations from artifacts in our Collections while exploring this printable coloring book for all ages.
Your all-access pass to our universe!