A control panel permits customisation of which objects are plotted, limiting magnitudes, colour scheme, image size, and other parameters; each control is linked to its description in the help file.provides three ways to view the sky with links, where appropriate, among the various presentations.If you enter the orbital elements of an asteroid or comet, will compute its current position and plot it on the map.
We offer activities including walkthroughs, workshops, screenings, performances and special events, with an emphasis on sharing the resources of the gallery space for a broad range of family, youth and adult programs.
The Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles Gallery Shop offers a curated selection of items with a focus on provenance and source: small makers, local craftspeople, community projects, artist collaborations and products from Hauser & Wirth galleries around the world.
The sky map shows the entire sky as viewed from a given location at a specified time and date.
A stereographic projection is used, as is the convention for printed star maps.
On that reply page you can enter different dates and times, observing locations, display options, and orbital elements of asteroids and comets you wish to track.
If you don't know your latitude and longitude, you can specify them by selecting a nearby city.
Horizon Views, showing the stars above the horizon as seen from a specified observing site at a given date and time.
The viewing direction (azimuth) may be set to cardinal points on the compass or arbitrarily by entering a value in degrees.
At Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles, public engagement and education are centered around the gallery’s exhibitions, artists, public garden, and the history and resources found in our surrounding communities.
Exhibition programs aim to instigate a dialogue between the works on view and our diverse audiences – artists, downtown residents, community partners, students, and faculty of Southern California schools and academic institutions.
To make a sky map, enter the latitude and longitude of your observing site in the boxes below (be sure to check the correct “North/South” and “East/West” settings) and press the “Make Sky Map” button below the form.