Meet the competitors and their humongous pumpkins at Half Moon Bay's Great Pumpkin Festival.
Rummage through live earthquake data, subductive science, and more. Learn about earthquakes in Faultline: Seismic Science at the Epicenter
What's the science behind a home run? Why do curveballs curve? Learn about the game from players from the S.F. Giants & Oakland A's.
A bicycle, masking tape, paper, pencil, and a little curiosity are all you need to find out how the gears of a bicycle work.
Leonardo's famous painting is used in an interesting perceptual experiment.
Find a friend and try this sound localization experiement
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Dark-colored materials both absorb and emit energy more readily than light-colored materials.
"Cold" metal and "warm" wood may be the same temperature.
Join our Exploratorium production team as we traveled to Zambia in 2001 to broadcast the June 21st total solar eclipse live to the world.
Use gelatin as a smoked lens, to view total internal reflection, and as a color filter.
Learn about the search for life elsewhere in the universe.
Four times over 100-plus years, major initiatives have brought together scientists from around the globe to collaboratively study the poles.
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