The folks over at the Adler planetarium are coming out with a new Chicago-centric exhibit that will make you want to look up at the stars.
The exhibit, called “Chicago Nights Sky”, is a tour of the Chicago sky throughout history and aims to help families find a better way to see all of the stars in the sky. In addition to learning where stars are in relation to the city, the exhibit also focuses on the effects of light pollution and how it affects the night sky. The 5,000 square foot exhibit would also be the home of an art exhibit about the night sky and a spot for Adler’s youth initiatives.
If you want to know more about the new exhibit over at the planetarium you can head over to their website here.