Grainger Sky Theater
It's an idea that's been swirling around for some time.
Networks of "city lights" are visible from space as one of the first welcoming signs back to Earth for space travelers who take the "Welcome to the Universe" journey in The Grainger Sky Theater at Chicago's Adler Planetarium.
From the landscape of the moon, there's the vantage point of seeing "the earth rise," just one of the showcased moments of the new show "Welcome to the Universe" in The Grainger Theater at Adler Planetarium in Chicago and continuing until May 3.
"Welcome to the Universe" allows visitors to Adler Planetarium in Chicago to travel the galaxy during a 25-minute show experience journey touring the vast skies, stars and planets from the audience seats in the Grainger Sky Theater.
A winding corridor serves as the space portal entrance to the new "Deep Space Adventure" star and planet film display in the Grainger Sky Theater at Adler Planetarium in Chicago.
Guests of every age will enjoy a range of interactive displays in the Clark Family Welcome Gallery, preparing guests for their space exploration experience for "Deep Space Adventure" prior to entering the Grainger Sky Theater.
Using the most advanced technology available, and partnering with leading scientists, engineers and designers, Chicago's Adler Planetarium has created a thrilling adventure to inspire visitors of all ages.
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