Search main content.
1051 results for "summer camp"
Blog Post The Two-Day Journey To High Camp “I had expected that getting here would be hard,” writes Paul Sweet from the field. “But I had no idea how hard.” October 6, 2014 Blog Post Dispatch from Top Camp “That climb was so worth it!” writes herpetologist Chris Raxworthy. “Here we find one of the most beautiful bright green tree frogs... October 24, 2014 Press Release American Museum of Natural History Internship Program Celebrates 20th Anniversary This summer, while many of their peers are starting traditional, office-based internships, more than 30 local young adults will be... August 1, 2016 Article Living at the Pole by Paul Siple Siple's Antarctic trips are legendary. At 10, he was selected in a nationwide Boy Scout search to travel there. Several decades later,...   Field Journal: Chupukama Camp Emerges Chupukama Camp will be our base and the expedition's "city center" for the next week of surveys, exploration, and discovery. September 18, 2015 Blog Post Your Guide to the Summer Night Sky There’s lots to find in the summer skies—if you know where to look. And don’t miss the summer Astronomy Live series, now through... July 11, 2017 Video Essay: Antarctica: A Hotbed of Cold-Weather Research   Event Astronomy Live: Summer Skies Joe Rao and Ted Williams highlight the spectacular sights of the summer sky. Tuesday, June 26, 2018 | Sold Out Blog Post Celebrate Summer Solstice at the Hayden Planetarium Come celebrate the longest day of the year! On Tuesday, June 21, join astronomers Steve Beyer, Joe Rao, and Ted Williams in the Hayden... June 16, 2011 Educator Professional Learning TRUST Summer Institute 2018: Earth and Space Science Taught by a team of Museum scientists and science educators, the TRUST Summer Institute in Earth and Space Science is designed to... Article Challenges Amundsen and Scott faced very similar challenges. Each had to travel roughly 1,800 miles to the pole and back, carry or depot enough... Article Challenges Amundsen and Scott faced very similar challenges. Each had to travel roughly 1,800 miles to the pole and back, carry or depot enough...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ... 88