- I Wonder; by Annaka Harris: this is the book that inspired this month's theme. The book encourages us all to pay attention to the world and universe around us, to wonder about what we see, search for answers, and enjoy the mysteries.
- NASA's Mars Missions Overview: a good place to start learning about why we're exploring Mars and what NASA is working on there.
- NASA's Mission to Europa: this is the main site for the future mission to Jupiter's moon, Europa. You might also want to explore this page which provides a nice overview.
- NASA's PlanetQuest: learn about the search for exoplanets and maybe even an Earth-like planet.
- NASA's Cassini Misson to Saturn: explore the incredible images and discoveries of this remarkable spacecraft.
- LIGO Detects Gravitational Waves: a nice 3-minute video to explain about LIGO and the discovery of gravitational waves sent out by two black holes colliding.
- Ninth Planet in our Solar System: to explore evidence that there is another planet yet to be detected in our Solar System, I recommend you watch both of these videos; video message from the Caltech astronomers explaining their evidence, and NASA's Jim Green's Message.
Monday, February 15, 2016
Mysteries of the Universe
Below you will find links to resources related to this month's public planetarium programs. Explore to find out more about these topics!