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OBSERVING AND LISTENING EXPERIENCE
AT THE CONJUNCTION OF ASTRONOMY AND ART

 

Encounter the cosmos in a whole new way with this enhanced observing opportunity.

The 100-inch telescope is the instrument with which astronomer Edwin Hubble discovered our place in the expanding universe and advanced our comprehension. The dome for the telescope, designed by Chicago architect D.H. Burnham, is a 20th-century temple to science whose design provides acoustics that rival the great cathedrals of Europe and offers a unique setting for this series. 

Don’t miss this opportunity for a unique and special night at the Observatory!

BE AWARE:

  • The Observatory is not ADA-compliant – stairs and paths could present challenges to those with difficulties.
  • There is a 10-minute walk from the parking lot to the 100-inch telescope; be prepared with comfortable shoes.
  • The temperature can drop in the evenings; be prepared with extra clothing.
  • Tickets are non-refundable.

PAST COSMIC SOUNDS

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