Chabot Space & Science Center is a non-profit institution and community resource located on 13 trail-laced acres in Redwood Regional Park in Oakland amid the largest stand of coastal redwoods in the East Bay. Chabot features a 241-seat full dome planetarium, interactive and hands-on exhibits, space artifacts, a giant screen theater, and the Challenger Learning Center.—from https://chabotspace.org/about/chabot-at-a-glance/
From 2:30-3:30PM, the Planetarium will show, “Phantom of the Universe”, an exploration of dark matter, from the Big Bang to its anticipated discovery at the Large Hadron Collider.
The current interactive exhibits at the Center include “Project Create”, “Sky Portal”, “Going the Distance: Our Reach Into Space”, “Touch the Sun”, “Destination Universe” and “One Giant Leap: A Moon Odyssey” (for details, see https://chabotspace.org/visit/exhibits)
For those interested in returning to the Center after it closes, the Chabot Space and Science Center will open its two telescopes to the public at no cost, from 7-10PM (weather permitting).
Registrations will close 4/26 @12pm.