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What are we thinking about? Who have we met recently? Who or what is inspiring us? Browse these blogs, written by Exploratorium staff and find out what’s happening behind the scenes at the museum.
by Karen • February 24, 2016
by Mary Miller • February 24, 2016
Are the oceans being suffocated? At the Ocean Sciences meeting, Scripps oceanographer Lisa Levin described a little-known response of oceans to climate change. Why is it occurring and what we can do about it?
by Ryan • February 24, 2016
by luigi • February 23, 2016
by Eileen Campbell • February 22, 2016
To beam an eclipse home from far-flung spots in the world is no simple task. Find out we get it done, with two tons of equipment and a talented crew.
by Emma Bailey • February 22, 2016
Moon pies, playlists, and live streaming! The 2017 total solar eclipse is happening on August 21. Here's how to throw an out-of-this-world viewing party.
by Ryan • February 18, 2016
by Emma Bailey • February 17, 2016
If you stood in one place and waited for a total solar eclipse, how long would you be waiting? Learn this and four other amazing facts about this upcoming astronomical phenomena. (En español.)
by Karen • February 14, 2016
by Ryan • February 12, 2016
by Exploratorium Staff • February 11, 2016
See what happened when our own Zeke Kossover joined Kishore Hari of Tested.com to demonstrate one of the fundamental principles of physics: air resistance.
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