Monthly Archives: October 2011

Discover NEEMO

Where on Earth could you really prepare for the challenges of space? As it turns out, it’s right in our back yard. NEEMO (NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations project) sends NASA employees to live in Aquarius – an underwater laboratory … Continue reading

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Over the Moon About Astronomy Evening

Astronomy fans flocked to the Museum recently to take part in an exciting line-up of activities to explore our galaxy and beyond for the Museum’s first Astronomy Evening. Attendees enjoyed a special “Astronomy Music: Live Celestial Concert” by astronomer Dr. … Continue reading

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Higher Ed Expo: College and University Fair

As a high school student, there are so many details to think about when considering college. And when you are the first generation in your family to have the opportunity take this step, support is even more important when trying … Continue reading

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MiaSci’s Tony Lima Named a Miami Fellow by The Miami Foundation

Tony Lima, vice president of marketing, communications and sales at Miami Science Museum, has been recently named a Miami Fellow by the Miami Foundation for a Greater Miami. As a member of the foundation’s Miami Fellows Class VI, Tony will … Continue reading

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Carbon Dioxide: The Missing Link

When a NASA scientist meets high school students, you may automatically think that it is always the NASA scientist that would be teaching the students. But at the Museum’s Digital WAVE: Warming Winds and Water program, the scientist taught the … Continue reading

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