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No, it's not impossible to see the aurora borealis from Chicago, but you'll need to avoid bright lights.

The Loop »

No, it won't get very dark, but it'll still look cool.

Albany Park »

You waited too long, but there still might be hope for you yet.

Downtown »

The Adler will offer safety glasses, free admission and a bounce house for the eclipse Monday.

Downtown »

The gift will "expand the walls" of the planetarium to more disadvantaged neighborhoods. 

South Loop »

Ex-Chicago resident Edwin Velarde will pedal 800 miles to raise money and promote a healthy lifestyle.

Downtown »

The exhibit will precede a rare total solar eclipse coming this summer. 

Lincoln Square »

Astronomers from the Adler Planetarium will join Amundsen's Starry Chicago team for Thursday's event.

Downtown »

Thursday is the fall equinox, when the sun will rise and fall straight down skyscraper canyons.

Downtown »

Just before school starts again, the museums are letting in CPS kids free.

Downtown »

Attendance jumped among the city's museums and zoos last year.

Downtown »

The Field, Adler, and Shedd will be free for all Illinois residents later this month. 

Downtown »

Admission will be free after downloading tickets. 

Downtown »

Free days, discounts and plenty of activities are planned for the week starting Oct. 1. 

Downtown »

Here's how to beat light pollution and watch the shooting stars this week.