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The more astronomy changes, the more it stays the same. This series of images juxtaposes ancient and modern study of the celestial bodies.
Make it stick.
See a human body in digitized, millimeter-thin slices.
How has imagery changed the way we look at our bodies—over time and in different cultures?
Listen to the story of Ladle Rat Rotten Hut.
Humpbacks, minkes, and orcas are often sighted in the nutrient-rich Antarctic waters.
Make a crowd-pleasing noisemaker called a sound sandwich, which you can adjust to raise or lower its pitch.
Cinema Arts will be presenting films this summer at Curioddyssey at Coyote Point the fourth Friday of June, July and August. Families will enjoy a series of shorts celebrating creative observations, natural phenomena, and human and animal behaviors.
Watch this timelapse video to see a zebrafish develop from a single cell into an embryo
Using a spectroscope, you may see that what appears to be a single color of light is really a combination of colors called a spectrum.
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