Film, Panel, & Stargazing
- Public Event
Join us for an advanced screening of an episode from the new series of National Geographic's COSMOS: Possible Worlds. This wonder-filled voyage through humanity's past, present and hopeful future transports viewers to lost worlds and worlds yet to come revealed by science. State-of-the-art VFX, stylized animations and dramatic reenactments carry viewers deep into the future and through that hole in the curtain of reality. Afterwards, enjoy a Q&A panel with physicists and astronomers as well as guided stargazing through telescopes.
About the Series
Stargazing Lectures are free events at a public level followed by a Q&A panel and guided stargazing with telescopes (weather permitting). All events are held at the Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics at Caltech. No reservations are needed. Television show screening lasts 45 minutes, Q&A panel and stargazing lasts 75 minutes. Stay only as long as you want.
Stargazing is only possible with clear skies, but the film and panel Q&A takes place regardless of weather.
For directions, weather updates, and more information, please visit: http://outreach.astro.caltech.edu.