Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Hall of the Universe
This hall is divided into four main zones: Universe, Galaxies, Stars, and Planets. Each zone uses visualizations, models, images, and interactives to explore the nature and evolution of celestial bodies.
Hands-on activities and interactives for kids, including "Planetary Mysteries" and "Build the Big Dipper."
Delivering the latest developments in astrophysics through HD video and animation.
Connect to educators, researchers, and collections at the Museum without ever leaving home. Six-week courses include "The Solar System" and "Space, Time, and Motion."
The Museum's Hall of the Universe presents the discoveries of modern astrophysics. Divided into four zones, the hall covers the formation, evolution, and properties of stars, planets, galaxies, and the universe. This comprehensive guide will help you explore the hall with your students. It includes: