A classic exhibition by Charles and Ray Eames.
Learn about the transit of Venus - what it is, what you'll see, and why it's important. View the rarest eclipse of them all - the Transit of Venus.
See the tiny disk of Mercury slowly travel across the face of the sun in this rare event.
On Saturday, May 6th, 2000 we hosted a live panel discussion and webcast to explore the amazing phenomena of Star Trek.
The qualities that made Frank Oppenheimer so special are the same qualities that make the Exploratorium special: an insistence on excellence, a knack for finding new ways of looking at things, and a respect for invention and play.
Use live data to check the weather in space, and learn how it can affect us here on earth.
Commemorate the 1906 quake! Rummage through live earthquake data, subductive science, and more. Learn about earthquakes in Faultline: Seismic Science at the Epicenter
Far north in the night sky, a faint glow appears on the horizon. Green and red flames of light stretch across the sky.
Join us as we visit the Hubble Space Telescope, and see what's happening at Mission Control.
Visit the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, which studies what the universe is made of and how the universe works.
An introduction to the Internet, CD-ROMS, video conferencing, computer hardware, computer art, and more.
Browse advanced network web resources for research and education using the Internet 2 Gateway.
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