CURIOUS ABOUT MARS CURIOSITY ROVER? HEAD TO TELLUS MUSEUM TODAY!
Are you curious about the Mars Curiosity Rover? Then you’ll want to spend your lunch hour with the Tellus: Northwest Georgia Science Museum in Cartersville today. The museum’s Solar System Ambassador and educator Don German will give an update on what the rover has found so far during its adventure on the Red Planet, according to marketing director Joe Schulman, who adds that the lecture is free with admission to the museum and will begin at noon.
The Nikon Small World exhibit recently opened at the Tellus Museum. It actually opened on Friday and will remain on display through April 17th. It features photomicrography, or pictures taken under the microscope. Every year, Nikon holds a contest to find the best photomicrographs and sends the top 20 winning images on a tour of the country. Tellus is the only institution in Georgia to host the exhibit, according to Schulman.
For more information about the Tellus Museum, including admission prices, visit www.tellusmuseum.org or call (770) 606-5700. You can also find the Tellus Museum on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.
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