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Permanent Hall Rose Center for Earth and Space See exhibits chronicling the ways humanity has explored, measured, and interpreted the universe through the ages. Article Webby Award Nominations We're nominated for two Webby Awards—cast your vote today! Blog Post April 2019 Programs at the American Museum of Natural History Discover marine microbes at SciCafe or hear special music guest stars at EarthFest. March 28, 2019 Event A Night at the Museum Sleepover: 4/27/2019 Sleep beneath the blue whale and explore the Museum after hours. Saturday, April 27–Sunday April 28 | Sold Out Event Member Field Trip to the Moon Join us for a virtual trip to the Moon in the immersive Hayden Planetarium. Feel the ground shake beneath your feet as you experience... Wednesday, May 29, 2019 Event EarthFest Participate in hands-on activities, join special music guest stars on our Main Stage, and celebrate the beautiful planet we call... Saturday, April 13, 2019 Video When will the Sun die? And what will our solar system look like when it happens? Video How long did a T. rex live? The life of the ultimate predator, from the birth to death. Educator Materials Resources For Educators: T.rex: The Ultimate Predator Use these resources to help students engage more deeply with the exhibition content. Event Meet the Scientist: Dagmawit Getahun Join Dagmawit “Dag” Getahun for an exploration of the evolutionary history of monkeys from Africa and Asia. Saturday, June 1, 2019 Audio Podcast: Probing Asteroids in Space with Harold C. Connolly Jr. How does studying asteroids help scientists protect Earth from possible collisions? March 7, 2019 Press Release T Rex: The Ultimate Predator Opens New exhibition explores the life history, remarkable abilities, and ancient relatives or Tyrannosaurus rex. March 5, 2019
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