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Practise makes perfect!

We’ve been out and about with the planetarium again this week! We’ve had a student working on a planetarium project for the last few months. She designed a show about Earth, which she then presented at Healing Primary on Tuesday. 261 more words

365 Canadian Sights | Day 116: Vancouver Week - Vancouver Planetarium and Vanier Park

While Vancouver is only slowly becoming recognized for some great public art, it seems (at least as far as popularity goes) it’s got plenty.

Officially called the H. 433 more words

365 Sights

One Giant Leap

20th July, 1969. Neil Armstrong uttered his famous words “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” as he became the first human to step foot on another world. 266 more words

Arizona Science Center

This review is part of my “destinations” series about science museums and other hands-on STEM activities.

Overview

The Arizona Science Center is a large science museum in downtown Phoenix in… 2,948 more words

STEM For Kids

Easter science fun!

It’s Easter weekend and we’ve reached the end of our Easter holiday workshops! We run science workshops most school holidays and they are very popular with children and parents alike! 350 more words

A Night with the Stars at Lake Naivasha

Above: Evening light on shores of Lake Naivasha. Copyright Desire James Wainaina

Published: 20 April 2019

Grey shafts of light stream from the clouds to the lake casting an ethereal glow in the late afternoon. 885 more words

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Why you need to see a show at the Vanderbilt Planetarium ASAP

The crown jewel of the Vanderbilt Planetarium, the Konica Minolta GeminiStar III Infinium L star machine.

The Vanderbilt planetarium is located on the Vanderbilt estate in Centerport, long island. 456 more words