Star Stuff Screening
Milad Tangshir’s film "Star Stuff” takes you on a journey to three remotely located astronomical observatories in the Atacama Desert in Chile, Grand Karoo in South Africa, and La Palma Island in the Atlantic Ocean. These observatories have helped the international scientific community achieve brilliant discoveries about the origins of the universe and life on Earth. Nearby indigenous communities, tiny villages of farmers and fishermen, have a strong connection to these remote places. These communities share the same attention to the sky above them and help us turn our gaze upwards, towards the stars of which we are made.
- Shannon Schmoll, Director, Abrams Planetarium, Abrams Planetarium
Ages: Kindergarten and Pre-K, Elementary school age, High school age, Over 21 years only
- Physics, Astronomy, and Chemistry
Time and Location
4/19/2023 7:00 - 8:00 PM
Location: Abrams Planetarium