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Exhibit The Cascade Range and the Ring of Fire More than 500 volcanoes have erupted during the last millennium, and nearly four-fifths of them constitute the Ring of Fire, a series... Article The Expedition In 1914, Sir Ernest Shackleton set out from England on a daring expedition. His goal: the first crossing of the Antarctic continent.   Exploration Stations Find out what all the ocean commotion is about at the Milstein Science Series. Look at Museum collections, talk with scientists,... Degree Program Admissions and Aid The Museum's Master of Arts in Teaching Urban Residency Program accepts 15 residents each year seeking a student body with diverse... Blog Post Playing at the Mead: Space Sailors and Space Tourists “I think being allowed to go to space at 30 is wonderful,” says Bertalan Farkas, Hungary’s first cosmonaut, in Marian Kiss’s Space... October 11, 2011 Article Sport of Kings The Horse | American Museum of Natural History Educator Materials Related Links   Article Cosmic Speed Limit For centuries, physicists thought there was no limit to how fast an object could travel. But Einstein showed that the universe does,...   du_r01_books_adults.pdf   Article In Hot Pursuit of Asteroids Given the potential for asteroids to literally and figuratively impact life on Earth in a profound way, asteroids have been quite... Blog Post Target Jupiter As Juno reaches Jupiter, the largest planet is prominent in July's evening sky. June 10, 2016 Exhibit The Earth's crust The Earth’s crust is its lightest, most buoyant rock layer.
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