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Blog Post SKY REPORTER: October 2011 What's up in the sky this month? October 1, 2011 Policy User Policy   Blog Post Finding the Site of an Iconic Museum Diorama Each of the Museum’s treasured habitat dioramas depicts a scene from a real place, cast in the light of a particular time of day.... July 8, 2011 Blog Post Eyes on a Mysterious Star Tabby's Star, discovered by the Kepler Mission, is the latest object to confound scientists, who continue to search for understanding. May 15, 2017 Educator Materials Profile: Fritz Zwicky's Extraordinary Vision Astronomer Fritz Zwicky was the first person to conceive of supernovas, neutron stars, dark matter, and gravitational lenses. So...   Workshops SCCS-NY 2017 offers workshops on a range of engaging conservation topics for conference participants to learn new methods and advance... Conference Workshops     Apps Explore the Museum's mobile apps. Educator Materials Building a Cloud Chamber (Cosmic Ray Detector) Wouldn't it be cool if you could create a rain cloud? Or call cosmic rays into view? Well, you can do both! All you need is an aquarium,... Educator Materials Resources For Educators: Water: H2O = Life An in-depth look at the life-giving and finite resource of water. Educator Materials A Conversation with Jacques Malavieille The mountain-building processes of folding and faulting take many millennia on Earth—and a matter of minutes in the lab. Learn how... Educator Materials Case Study: John Michell And Black Holes Imagine gravity so strong that even light is contained by its force. When a country parson first described black holes in 1783, the...