We gaze at the night sky filtered through many layers of cultural heritage and representation. The stars have a living history which shapes how we experience the sky tonight.  This site will open in 2018.

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Presented in conjunction with the physical and online exhibit, The Sky Tonight, as part of the Galileo's World exhibition.  See lynx-open-ed.org for related open educational resources (OERs).