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Educator How-To: We’ll See You on the Dark (and Light and Far) Side of the Moon
April 20, 2012 · Be The First To Comment

Guess what time it is? Yup, you guessed it. It’s time for another installment of my Educator How-Tos! This week, we’re going celestial with a phases of the moon demonstration. The phases of the moon is an important concept that students must understand. After years of experience, we here at the Museum feel we have […]

Great Caesar’s Ghost!
July 25, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: glacial23 Why is this month called July? The short answer is that July is named for Julius Caesar. The longer answer involves the ancient Romans’ attempt to keep track of the year. There are two bright lights in the sky which can help us mark the passage of a year: the Sun and […]



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