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N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences offers late night Mars rover viewing :: WRAL.com August 7, 2012

Posted by sandyclaus in Academic Technology, Public History, Science Center News.
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You can spend at least part of Monday night at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences as it offers a special live viewing of the Curiosity rover’s landing on Mars.

via N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences offers late night Mars rover viewing :: WRAL.com.

 

<<There were several of these events. I think all science centers should become more “realtime” with the use of technologies like twitter and facebook and incorporating Open Exhibits tables into a current happenings display that can be interacted with by people. I picture a sort of raised circle of screens that a docent or volunteer can fill with info and a feed to the table of collected clippings and info. The ability to quickprint or email or tweet URLs out so visitors can take things with them, and the ability to do research on the fly. Make science an every day wonder.>>

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