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Video The Ecology of Climate Change Visit Alaska's boreal forest to learn its role in Earth's climate. hands-on Make Your Own Weather Station Surrounding Earth is a layer of air, the atmosphere, where conditions are always changing. Try your hand at predicting weather patterns...   Journey to the Stars Educator's Guide   Blog Post Curiosity on Mars: Project Scientist John Grotzinger at the Museum Project scientist John Grotzinger, recently featured in The New Yorker, appears tonight at the Museum to discuss the Curiosity mission... May 8, 2013 Blog Post Latest Baby Picture of the Universe, Featured in Hayden Planetarium Space Show This spring the Planck spacecraft, currently orbiting over 1.5 million km (900,000 miles) from Earth, provided the most precise images... September 26, 2013 Article Education Researchers in the department participate and oversee education and professional development programs that lead toward advanced degrees. Staff Thomas, David Hurst   Article Coping With Changing Land The world relies on fresh water. Whether it is from the ground, sky, or glaciers, water sustains life. Article Plug Into the Sun The Sun is Earth's biggest power plant, sending more us more sunlight—solar power—than we could ever use. Article Three Phases of Water We all know what water is—a clear, odorless, tasteless liquid. And we all know what water does—falls from the...   Mars Terraforming Interactive Tabletop Multi-user digital interactive table where visitors experience the stages for terraforming Mars. March 26, 2015   Epilogue Not long ago, all we knew of the great dinosaurs was the shape of their bones and the sound of their names--the rest of our "knowledge"...