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  1. A View from Space

    A View from Space

    Case Study

    by Scott Pattison Published January 09 2009

    A View from Space (VFS) is a 700 ft.² interactive, bilingual (Spanish and English) traveling exhibition that introduces visitors to NASA’s Earth Observing System satellites and fosters an appreciation for studying Earth from space. VFS targets...

  2. Facing Mars

    Facing Mars

    Case Study

    by Aylin Doyle Published September 09 2009

    Facing Mars is a traveling exhibition that originally opened at Ontario Science Centre in 2008. The exhibition explores the challenges of a possible human voyage to Mars (and to space in general) through engineering, psychological, physiological and...

  3. Moving Beyond Earth

    Moving Beyond Earth

    Review

    by Michael Lenahan Published February 12 2010

    The National Air and Space Museum (NASM) uses a series of digital technologies to reach audiences in its newest exhibition, “Moving Beyond Earth.” The exhibit is a work in progress, but the first stage of the gallery is open. It is...

  4. Moving Beyond Earth

    Moving Beyond Earth

    Review

    by Erin Beasley Published March 01 2011

    This review will focus on the interactive technology within the exhibition, "Moving Beyond Earth," at the National Air and Space Museum (NASM) in Washington, D.C. This exhibition gives visitors the opportunity to explore human spaceflight and space...

  5. Julia Child cooks up primordial soup

    Julia Child cooks up primordial soup

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    by Wendy Pollock on March 10, 2011

    In this National Air and Space Museum video from the mid-70s, Julia Child (using a butcher knife as pointer) cooks up the building blocks of life in her own kitchen (signing off with her usual"bon appetit...

  6. Beyond Plant Earth - The Future of Space Exploration

    Beyond Plant Earth - The Future of Space Exploration

    Review

    by Katie Hillman Published March 24 2012

    The American Museum of Natural History’s exhibition Beyond Planet Earth, subtitled the future of space exploration, begins by placing the visitor in the past – within the beginnings of space exploration and the space race of the 1960s. The darkened...

  7. My Sky

    My Sky

    Case Study

    by Margaret Middleton Published January 31 2015

    My Sky is a 1,500 square-foot traveling exhibit developed by Boston Children’s Museum (BCM) in collaboration with NASA, and in partnership with the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. Designed for children ages 5-10 and their adult...