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Article Cindy Lee Van Dover For oceanographers, the work they do at sea is just the beginning. Learn more about the discoveries made by one scientist who completed... Article Which Way Out--A Study of the Exit Tunnels Made by the Goldenrod Gall Fly, Eurosta solidaginis Monarch butterflies have an internal magnetic compass that guides their migration. Is a similar force at work guiding the gall fly’s... Student Programs Field Trip to the Moon Grades 5-8: Simulated voyage to the Moon in the Hayden Planetarium.   Exhibitions and Educator Resources Make your Museum field trip an extension of your classroom with our with our teacher and student resources.   Flight of the Butterflies Script   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 Educator Professional Learning Lisa Greenhut, Course Instructor   Blog Post Grandfather and Grandson Set Record for Sleepovers When Gregory Cox was a teenager attending the Food and Maritime Trades School in the 1960s, he sometimes took advantage of a midday... March 28, 2011 Special Exhibition Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs Pterosaurs have puzzled paleontologists for centuries, but new discoveries are revealing more about these ancient reptiles. April 5, 2014 — January 4, 2015 Special Exhibition Lonesome George On June 24, 2012, the last Pinta Island giant tortoise from the Galápagos Islands, Lonesome George, died of natural causes. September 19, 2014 — January 4, 2015 Special Exhibition Shackleton This exhibition documented one of the greatest tales of survival: Sir Ernest Shackleton's 1914 voyage to the Antarctic. January 1, 1999 — October 11, 1999 Map Museum Map Find your way around: see a detailed map in 10 languages and download as a PDF to print.
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