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8 article(s) for August 2014

  • The Space News Update is put together by volunteers and staff in the Space Sciences Newsroom. Twice a week they review numerous space news websites to bring you the latest stories and information. Find out what to watch for in the night sky, the best time to see the International Space Station pa…
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  • Although the Museum has been a part of the Denver community for nearly 114 years, we continually grapple with this question: How do we stay relevant in people’s lives? Our city’s demographics are changing, families spend their time and money on a wide variety of activities, and each member of the co…
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  • In August, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science hosted some of Colorado’s leading aerospace companies for a live broadcast of the WorldView-3 satellite launch. The event celebrated Colorado’s aerospace heritage. We presented special aerospace-themed activities, including build-your-own Alka-Sel…
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  • The Space News Update is put together by volunteers and staff in the Space Sciences Newsroom. Twice a week they review numerous space news websites to bring you the latest stories and information. Find out what to watch for in the night sky, the best time to see the International Space Station pa…
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  • The Space News Update is put together by volunteers and staff in the Space Sciences Newsroom. Twice a week they review numerous space news websites to bring you the latest stories and information. Find out what to watch for in the night sky, the best time to see the International Space Station pass…
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  • Scientists from the Space Sciences Department at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science take you "behind the stories" using the best images and animation available to help understand the latest developments. July 2014 – Special guest Dr. Joel Parker from the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) w…
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  • August Sky Calendar (pdf) Highlights this month's sky phenomena and celestial happenings with local dates and times (Mountain time zone). Free sky maps are available at www.skymaps.com.Skymaps.com produces a nice sky chart to help in locating observable celestial objects. Maps for the month ahead a…
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  • The Space News Update is put together by volunteers and staff in the Space Sciences Newsroom. Twice a week they review numerous space news websites to bring you the latest stories and information. Find out what to watch for in the night sky, the best time to see the International Space Station pass…
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