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Space Toy LED Garland and mini-exhibit, featuring The Bay Lights!
Experience sci-fi whimsy under our garland of space-age lights and toys, a creative re-imagining of the LED strands used in The Bay Lights original installation. On view from December 20 through mid-May.
Beginning in February, visit our mini-exhibit for an up-close and behind-the-scenes look at the LED technology used in The Bay Lights and learn about both the 2013 installation and the January 2016 re-lighting.
What role does imagination play in science?
This is an age old question that has been discussed, debated, and celebrated throughout the world. At Chabot, we pride ourselves on facilitating thoughtful discussions, sharing relevant information, and inspiring our community to explore. In that vein, Chabot is thrilled to welcome the work of local artists Ryon Gesink and Orion Fredericks. Their individual pieces have been shown throughout the United States. Their sculptures, Fata Morgana, by Fredericks and Oscillation II, by Gesink will be on display at the museum for 6 months.
Do they eat caviar on the International Space Station? How do they work when they float out of their chairs? How do they go to the bathroom?! Come and get a peek into the daily working lives of the most exclusive and elite club not on Earth...
The Climate Lab has been upgraded, with activities, avatars and ways to earn points and save the world!
There are more stars in the Universe than grains of sand in all of Earth's beaches (we did the math). Come take a stroll along that cosmic beach and find what is to be found out there...
One person's small step is another's giant leap. Step into a Moon Odyssey and take a leap forward into adventure!
If all that you remember learning about the Maya is that they built some pyramids and then mysteriously disappeared - it's time for a refresher course!
The Bay Area has had a romance with the stars for over 130 years. Come and learn about its colorful and enduring astronomical history and join generations who have been inspired by space.