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Article Fast Facts The Heat is On: Fast Facts from the American Museum of Natural History Article Essay: Solar Storms   Blog Post Cosmic Cocktails and Space Arcade Escape the midwinter slump with a night out at the Museum. On Thursday, January 26, Cosmic Cocktails and Space Arcade will transform... December 29, 2011 Blog Post March 2018 Programs at the American Museum of Natural History This March, visitors are invited to explore a marvelous, alien world right here on Earth in the special exhibition Unseen Oceans. March 2, 2018 Blog Post Explore Exoplanets with Emily Rice at October 30th Event Over the last few years, the search for planets that revolve around stars other than our Sun—known as exoplanets—has accelerated... October 15, 2012 Article Countdown to the Transit of Venus on June 5 Astrophysicist Jackie Faherty is blogging about the upcoming transit of Venus, which will take place next week. In her first post,... May 29, 2012 Blog Post Modeling Cosmic Evolution at AMNH The fifth floor of the Rose Center for Earth and Space is home to the Museum’s Department of Astrophysics, which includes a research... December 29, 2011 Video Space Volcanoes in 360 Awe-inspiring extraterrestrial volcanoes—both active and extinct—provide clues to planetary formation and hints of how life may have... Educator Professional Learning An Evening for Educators: Ocean Science and Technology Join us for a moderated discussion, featuring scientist Yair Rosenthal and engineer Steve Midgley from the drilling vessel JOIDES... Educator Materials GOLD Booklist for Kids How does gold form and what does it take to extract it from the earth? You'll find everything from colorful field guides to tales... Interactive Planetary Mysteries How much do you know about the Earth's little neighborhood within the vast universe? Take a virtual tour of our solar system to explore... Article Upslope Earth's biodiversity is mostly in the tropics, and most tropical species can survive within only a narrow temperature range. That's...