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Blog Post SKY REPORTER: August 2012 Mars Curiosity rover lands on Mars this month. August 1, 2012 Blog Post Wait Just a Second . . . Wait a second. The start of next year will be delayed by circumstances beyond everyone's control. Time will stand still for one second... December 23, 2008 Blog Post Pole Vaulting to a Solar Eclipse Joe Rao, longtime Hayden Associate, files a dispatch from his latest eclipse tour. August 3, 2008 Blog Post Talking Whales: Giants of the Deep with Exhibition Curator John Flynn Opening tomorrow, the special exhibition Whales: Giants of the Deep is co-curated by John J. Flynn, Frick Curator of Fossil Mammals,... March 22, 2013 Blog Post SKY REPORTER: March 2012 Jupiter and Venus are in conjunction, while Mars reaches opposition. March 1, 2012 Blog Post SKY REPORTER: September 2011 Celestial highlights for September 2011 September 1, 2011 Blog Post The Hidden Forces That Shape What We Eat: A Q&A with Frederick Kaufman With countless restaurants and food markets, New Yorkers may have a more effortlessly sophisticated palate than ever, but do they... February 28, 2013 Planetarium Programs Asimov Debate Home and archive of Isaac Asimov Memorial Panel Debates. Degree Program Our Curriculum   Blog Post Perspectives on the Universe Jupiter is prominent in April's sky, but how far does it take for its light to reach your eyes? When we look out into the universe,... April 7, 2017   Helen Fellowship 2019-2020 Project Descriptions   Blog Post Home is Transient and Fluid by Dr. Anne-Marie Tupuola-Plunkett “Home is transient and fluid.” “Home is a footprint of my fluid identities and an inherent connection to my familial, ancestral,... September 15, 2014