SciSpotlight: NYSCI News Digest

Jul 23

Is it #HotEnoughForYa today? Not for these little ones. Visit one of the best #playgrounds in New York before summer is over.  (at New York Hall of Science)

Is it #HotEnoughForYa today? Not for these little ones. Visit one of the best #playgrounds in New York before summer is over. (at New York Hall of Science)

Jul 22

we-r-not-tour-guides:

NYSCI will be premiering a new animated show, Mosa Mack! A new series featuring a young female science detective who goes on adventures to find the answers to some interesting questions.
Catch the episodes at NYSCI!
July 23rd- Photosynthesis July 30th- Food Web
http://www.mosamack.org/

we-r-not-tour-guides:

NYSCI will be premiering a new animated show, Mosa Mack! A new series featuring a young female science detective who goes on adventures to find the answers to some interesting questions.

Catch the episodes at NYSCI!

July 23rd- Photosynthesis
July 30th- Food Web

http://www.mosamack.org/

(via explainers-nysci)

Jul 17

Today we celebrate the 45th anniversary of #Apollo11 moon landing. This actual size replica is just 1 of 5 F-1 engines that propelled the #SaturnV rocket to the moon. #ThrowBackThursday #History (at New York Hall of Science)

Today we celebrate the 45th anniversary of #Apollo11 moon landing. This actual size replica is just 1 of 5 F-1 engines that propelled the #SaturnV rocket to the moon. #ThrowBackThursday #History (at New York Hall of Science)

Jul 16

@MosaMack event visitors are getting a hands-on experience of how #ClimateChange is affecting our environment. (at New York Hall of Science)

@MosaMack event visitors are getting a hands-on experience of how #ClimateChange is affecting our environment. (at New York Hall of Science)

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Jul 15

newsweek:

NASA 360: 
45 years ago Neil Armstrong took that small step onto the surface of our moon forever changing the course of history. Now, NASA is on a new Path to Mars. 
In fact, the first humans who will step foot on Mars are already walking the Earth today.

newsweek:

NASA 360: 

45 years ago Neil Armstrong took that small step onto the surface of our moon forever changing the course of history. Now, NASA is on a new Path to Mars. 


In fact, the first humans who will step foot on Mars are already walking the Earth today.

How long will the search continue? What do you think? #SearchForLife (at New York Hall of Science)

How long will the search continue? What do you think? #SearchForLife (at New York Hall of Science)

Jul 12

Serious stomp #rocket action for the 50th anniversary of the 1964 – 65 World’s Fair. #queens #space (at New York Hall of Science)

Serious stomp #rocket action for the 50th anniversary of the 1964 – 65 World’s Fair. #queens #space (at New York Hall of Science)

Jul 11

The #BioBus has arrived. Let’s take a trip and explore #science.  (at New York Hall of Science)

The #BioBus has arrived. Let’s take a trip and explore #science. (at New York Hall of Science)

Jul 10

These #DigitalDesigners from Girls First Digital Studio are proud to show of their work. #STEM @GirlScoutsNYC (at New York Hall of Science)

These #DigitalDesigners from Girls First Digital Studio are proud to show of their work. #STEM @GirlScoutsNYC (at New York Hall of Science)