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Join the Museum’s Carter
Emmart and NASA’s Leila Mays on Friday, October 2, at 1 pm EDT to
discover how scientists protect astronauts from space weather and why our Sun’s
dynamic activity affects human space travel.
How and where do we look
for life? What form might it take in extraterrestrial environments, and what
can these explorations teach us about life on our own planet? Neil deGrasse
Tyson, the Frederick P. Rose Director of the Hayden Planetarium, hosted a
fascinating conversation with Nathalie A. Cabrol and Seth Shostak of
the SETI Institute; Vera Kolb, University of Wisconsin-Parkside; Carol
Cleland, University of Colorado; and Max Tegmark, MIT, now available
on the Museum’s website. WATCH
Week: Make a Marine Ecosystem Diorama
What’s your favorite watery
habitat: a coral reef, kelp forest, the deep sea, something else? In this
challenge from OLogy, the Museum’s science website for kids, create your own
diorama that highlights a unique undersea environment. Submit your entry by Monday,
October 5, for a chance to be featured on the website!