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HMNS Curates Your Holiday Visit
December 20, 2021 · Be The First To Comment

We understand. By now you probably have a good amount of cabin fever still burning from the inside out after being cooped up all of 2020 and you’re itching to get back into the exhibit halls. Yet with announcement after announcement of this renovation and that opening exhibit, you may be a bit overwhelmed and […]

Volunteer Spotlight | Kayla LaFrance
December 14, 2021 · Be The First To Comment

The George Observatory could not have survived without numerous amateur astronomers over the years! We want to thank our many volunteers who continue to generously share their time and talents so that visitors may see images from a variety of telescopes and enjoy the night sky. How and when did you get interested in astronomy? […]

What Was ‘The Christmas Star’?
December 13, 2021 · Be The First To Comment

Have you ever wondered what the Christmas star was? There are several astronomical events we can look at to see if there is a basis for the star mentioned in relation to the birth of Jesus. The Bible states: Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, wise […]

Comet Leonard | December 2021 Sky Happenings
December 2, 2021 · Be The First To Comment

Venus remains in the evening sky one more month. Venus outshines everything except the Sun and the Moon, so it is unmistakable low in the southwest at dusk. Late in the month, Venus returns towards the Sun’s glare, where it will become invisible right after New Year’s Day. Jupiter and Saturn remain well placed for evening […]

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Fill in the Blanks with Accessibility Programs Manager Matti Hammett

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Inside Discovery Guides: Why you should consider a museum tour with a concierge

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I have never known that HMNS provides this type of free services. Next time, without any doubt, I will bring my 15 years old daughter and go through the museum with a "concierge".


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