Water, a Cosmic Adventure: Showing at the Taylor Observatory

This show celebrates our relationship with water and the cosmos. Join astrophysicist Eva Luna as she explores the turbulent origins of hydrogen and oxygen in the Universe and discovers how they combined into the most essential molecules on Earth, H2O. Thanks to realistic 3D animations and breathtaking live footage, this story takes you on a journey to the Atacama Desert in Chile, where ESO’s ground-breaking telescopes assist in searching for new planets that contain this essential molecule. Where there is water, there can be life.

After each show (weather permitting) guests are invited to view the night sky through the Observatory’s telescopes.

When: Thursday, May 9,  2024

Shows: 7:00pm and 8:30pm

Where: Taylor Observatory, 5725 Oak Hills Lane, Kelseyville


Adults                            $10

Children (6 and older)   $5

Families of 4 and up      $5 (each)       

Seats are limited

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