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  800 Fort Negley Blvd., Nashville, TN 37203

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Category: Blast Off

ENCELADUS: THE FROZEN GIANT by Jason Moeller, Science Educator

Despite recent Mars discoveries, an icy moon circling Saturn may hold the secret to extraterrestrial life!  In 1960, a young astronomer named Frank Drake aimed the National Radio Astronomy Observatory ’s 85-foot radio telescope towards two nearby, sun-like stars. The goal of Frank’s project, named Ozma after the fictional ruler of Oz, was to search for life using a radio frequency that Frank thought an interstellar civilization might use. Although the stars failed to... Read More
Posted by Anna Leigh Goolsby at 8/9/18

SPACE ARCHAEOLOGY by Bethany Caldwell, Science Educator

When I was a young girl, I fell in love with an adventurer who swung from vines and “recovered” lost treasures. When I watched my first Indiana Jones  movie, I knew I was going to be an archaeologist. After years of hard work, dedication and a whole lot of digging, I achieved my goal! Equipped with my archaelology degree and my trusty Indy hat, I can now explore the amazing history of our world. One thing I love about the field of archaeology is that there are so many... Read More
Posted by Anna Leigh Goolsby at 7/31/18

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