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Unseen Universe

12apr7:00 pm8:00 pmUnseen UniversePlanetarium Showing

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For millions of years, our view of the heavens has been limited by our eyes, allowing us to only see a narrow band of electromagnetic radiation we call visible light. For the first time ever, in the greatest breakthrough since the invention of the telescope, we now have the technology to capture the Universe over an amazing width of the spectrum and beyond. We can even interlink telescopes around the world to capture data on a global scale. Made in association with ESO and the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Unseen Universe provides a stunning visual treat as we explore the latest splendors of the heavens with a stirring score performed by the Utah Film Orchestra. It is an uplifting look at the new era of astronomy and what has yet to come. Unseen Universe makes what was once thought to be unseeable, seeable.

This showing is recommended for grades 4-12, college, and general audiences. The subject areas include Earth science, optics, space science, stellar evolution, and astronomy.

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Time

(Friday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Margaret A. Cargill Natural Sciences and Health Building

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