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Sun, Earth, Universe exhibition Birdseye view of visitors interacting with exhibits

Sun, Earth, Universe Exhibition Host Resources

An interactive exhibition designed to engage museum visitors in Earth and space science. Host resources include educator guide, technical manual, promotional materials, logos, signage, and ways add on to the exhibition.
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Photo of the various materials used in Objects in Motion

Exploring the Universe: Objects in Motion

In this activity, learners use "orbiting" clay balls to make simple, functioning models of interacting objects in space.
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A learner gives commands to another learner who is blindfolded and is navigating a obstacle course.

Exploring the Solar System: Mars Rovers

In this activity, learners must work together to navigate a large obstacle course, similar to how scientists and engineers communicate with rovers to explore distant worlds.
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Learner investigates the crater made in the sand after dropping a weight into the sand box

Exploring the Solar System: Craters

In this activity, learners drop objects of various sizes and shapes into a tub full of sand and other materials, to simulate the formation of a meteorite crater.
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Blue logo for online workshop recordings

Online Workshop Recording: The Science Behind the Earth and Space Toolkit: The Changing Earth

Online professional development workshop recording (2017).
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Blue logo for online workshop recordings

Online Workshop Recording: The Science Behind the Earth and Space Toolkit: Astrobiology - Searching for Life

Online professional development workshop recording (2017).
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A learner and facilitator place a heavy ball in the middle of a fabric stretched well

Exploring the Universe: Orbiting Objects

In this activity, learners experiment with different sized and weighted balls on a stretchy fabric gravity well.
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Group shot of learners creating their pocket solar systems

Exploring the Solar System: Pocket Solar System

In this activity, learners make a scale model of the distances between objects in our solar system.
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