You have arrived at an archival site.
at the 'Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawai'i
Full of hands-on interactive displays, the exhibit offers visitors a chance to:
Here's what visitors are saying about Cosmic Questions:
"The whole exhibit is space and the universe and a journey of discovery. We know a lot [but] we don't know a lot. The exhibit gets that across."
From 9yr. old girl: "I learned that stars are going to explode some day, I thought they lived forever but they're going to explode....The exhibit helped me know what the universe was like because I didn't know it was so big, I didn't know there were so many stars. ..it made me really think about it."
"I didn't know about dark matter or energy, it's a fascinating concept to me, I thought it was staggering."
"It means so much to me as a teacher to have meaty exhibits."
Find out more about Cosmic Questions at the 'Imiloa Center here: http://www.imiloahawaii.org/
Guest Observer Portal
The Universe Forum has created a new resource for exploring the universe. Using telescopes that you control over the Internet, you can request an image to be taken this very night and emailed to you within days.
The MicroObservatory Guest Observer Portal features an easy-to-use interface for requesting your images and a series of activities to do with your image once they arrive. Investigate the objects in the universe from the comfort of your computer screen!
the Guest Observer Portal and try out the newest activities: "Telescope
as Time Machine," "Black Hole Hunt," and "Galaxies
Galore." What will you discover about the universe?
Unlocks the Secrets of the Biggest Explosions in the Universe
| A complementary site to the
Universe Forum. Go here for news and discoveries about NASA's exploration
of black holes, galaxies and the evolution of the universe.
|The central news source for
all the latest on NASA's voyage of exploration and discovery. Visit
here for general space news, shuttle updates, space station, and
future mission plans.
|The news page for NASA's exploration
of the planets, stars and galaxies, and on the search for life in the
universe. Go to this page to sign up for NASA news emails.
|Press releases from the Harvard
Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Go here to learn what discoveries
are being made at the largest astronomy research center in the world.
|Latest news from the Space Telescope
Science Institute. Go here to learn more about the Hubble Space
Telescope and its latest discoveries. This is also a link to view
new and favorite Hubble images.
|If you have questions or suggestions for future "Cosmic Conversations," send them to firstname.lastname@example.org|
|We asked Bob Kirshner, Professor
of Astronomy at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and co-discoverer
of the accelerating universe, what "Big Ideas" were essential
for understanding the structure and evolution of the universe.
See what he had to say.
|HOME | ABOUT THE FORUM | SITE MAP | CREDITS|