Planetarium: 'The Search for Life,' March 22

by Michelle Saport  |   

Planetarium: 'The Search for Life,' March 22Friday, March 22, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building, Room 220

For as long as humans have contemplated the cosmos, we have wondered if we are alone. Narrated by Harrison Ford and created in collaboration with NASA, the American Museum of Natural History's "The Search for Life: Are We Alone?" explores this intriguing question, taking visitors on a fascinating journey through time and space. Breathtaking visualizations based on cutting-edge scientific data will transform your view of the universe to reveal countless worlds that may harbor life. From the depths of the oceans to the outer reaches of the cosmos, "The Search for Life" explores the links between life on Earth and the potential for life on other planets.

"The Search for Life" is one hour in length, featuring a 25-minute show followed by a live tour of the night sky and/or the Solar System. Ticket reservations are available online only at Remaining tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis at the door on the day of the show. The planetarium will open for seating 30 minutes before the start of each show. You must be in the theater 10 minutes before the show starts. Reserved seats will be released after this time to stand-by customers. There is no entry after the show begins.

For more information or to learn how to become a UAA Planetarium member, please visit the planetarium website.

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