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Monthly Archives: May 2018

News from Near the Kilauea Volcano

Volcanic activity around the Kilauea volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii has been an ongoing fact of life for residents since 1983, but on May 3 magma started spouting and flowing, forcing some people to evacuate and filling news media with dramatic images of the Earth’s geology in action. The ʻImiloa Astronomy Center is an... Read More

The Royal Wedding at The Rangos Giant Cinema

  The Rangos Giant Cinema at Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh is the city’s most technologically advanced motion picture experience, boasting a 70-foot Certified Giant Screen, crystal-clear images through a 4K laser digital projection system, brilliant colors, and rich Dolby Atmos surround sound. Chad Hunter, Director of The Rangos Giant Cinema, and Tamra Birchfield, Director... Read More

ASTC Seeks ISE Session Proposals for NSTA 2019 Conference

  Call for Session Proposals: ASTC Strand at the 2019 National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) National Conference Due Date: Monday, May 14   ASTC is currently soliciting proposals for 10 one-hour sessions at the next NSTA National Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, April 11–14, 2019. Proposals are invited from the entire informal science education (ISE)... Read More