Come and meet one of our Dinosaur Puppets and a Puppeteer from the Museum's Performing Arts team in this virtual performance. They will share how they work together with paleontologists […]
Join science communicator Dustin Growick in conversation with Dinosaur National Monument Paleontologist, ReBecca Hunt-Foster, and Lead Paleontologist of the Petrified Forest National Park, Dr. Adam Marsh, as they share more about the scientific research that takes place on public lands and the importance of these national landmarks.
The Live Animal Program Presents: Survivors of the Dino Age! Part 2 : Vertebrates Visit with the Managers of the Live Animal Program to hear about which animals survived the Great KT Extinction, and why! Meet with Leslie Gordon, Manager of Vertebrate Live Animal Programs. Leslie will introduce you to some awesome animals that saw […]
We are celebrating International Observe the Moon Night on September 26, 2020. You will enjoy a live planetarium show with interviews with Planetary Scientists. Don't miss out on this fun and informative program. This event is hosted by Marshall Space Flight Center's Planetary Missions Program and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Event Link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3Z66TH1FVI&feature=youtu.be
National Astronomy Day & Observe the Moon Night Part 1 6:30-7:15 pm: Robert Burnham and his Celestial Handbook Robert Burnham, Jr. compiled one of the most popular astronomy books ever—the three-volume "observing bible," Burnham’s Celestial Handbook—while working at Lowell Observatory in the mid-20th century. However, Burnham’s life was tragic in many ways. In celebration of […]
Young Inventor ChallengeShow your game or toy idea to major toy companies, receive valuable feedback on your invention, and maybe even win prizes and have it considered for publishing! It is easy and fun! How can you get started? Check out our "Meet Amazing Toy & Game Inventors" Video Series and Break It, Make […]