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Collection Special Collections Access Policy and access guidelines for Special Collections. Article Asian Ethnography The Museum's holdings in Asian ethnology make up the finest collection in the Western hemisphere. A large part of the collection... Blog Post February 2019 Programs at the American Museum of Natural History This month check out the Milstein Science Series, explore the science of love at SciCafe, and more. February 1, 2019 Educator Materials Case Study: Gerard Kuiper and the Trans-Neptunian Comet Belt A dusty snowball orbiting the Sun, trailing gas and dust as it melts—a poetic and highly accurate way to describe a comet. Find out... Educator Materials Profile: Lyman Spitzer and the Space Telescope The idea of launching a telescope into orbit was first suggested in 1923, but the idea wasn't realized until nearly 70 years later....   Climate Change Educator's Guide   Press Release Patterns of Glowing Sharks get Clearer with Depth A team of researchers led by scientists from the American Museum of Natural History has found that catsharks are not only able to... April 25, 2016 Press Release Think Like an Explorer with New American Museum of Natural History App Today the American Museum of Natural History launched Explorer, an updated app that lets visitors personalize their onsite experience... November 22, 2016 Press Release Study Signals Dramatic Change in the Way Ancient Diets are Calculated New research on plant-eating mammals finds key value in carbon isotope analyses is not constant, changes with body size. June 27, 2018 Research The Prolonged Death of Light from Type Ia Supernovae Three years after its explosion, a type Ia supernova continues to shine brighter than expected, new research finds. The observations... February 24, 2016 Article Kids in the Hall of Biodiversity: Articles What do chocolate and cacao beans have to do with coral reefs? Everything when it comes to biodiversity and the threat of extinction,... Article The Ice Plant Cometh During a July 2004 project to drill an ice core from the top of Peru's Andes Mountain, the lead researcher took a detour… and made...