Hayden Planetarium & Natural History

The Hayden Planetarium is a public planetarium, part of the Rose Center for Earth and Space of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, currently directed by astrophysicist Dr. Natural history is the scientific research of plants or animals, leaning more towards observational rather than experimental methods of study, and encompasses more research published in magazines than in academic journals. 5.0/5

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Keep looking up! From the Hayden Planetarium The American Museum of Natural History.
After Christmas and New Years I'm gonna go into NYC to see The American Museum of Natural History and the Hayden Planetarium. :-)
My girlfriend & I just visited the American Museum of Natural History & Hayden Planetarium. Saw "Dark Universe" and LOVED IT!
Headed to the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History today. Stoked!
A trip to Hayden Planetarium at The American Museum of Natural History and then on to Michaels for materials to...
The Hayden Planetarium and Museum of Natural History is an amazing day - just don't check your coat!
lovely project! The Dark Universe in Hayden Planetarium! Amazing!!! Museum of Natural History
Happy birthday to Neil Degrasse Tyson! Tyson was born in New York on October 5, 1958 and is an astrophysicist and science communicator. He is the Director of the Hayden Planetarium and also a Research Associate in the department of astrophysics at the American Museum of Natural History. He will also be hosting a new sequel to Carl Sagan's Cosmos: A Personal Voyage television series. View the trailer for the new Cosmos series: bit.ly/1fRxgnB
In a little over two months we will be headed to New York! After our regional, we will definitely take in some of the local attractions. The last couple of years we have gone to a science or technology related museum. Should we decide to do this again this year, here are just a few of the available options: American Museum of Natural History, Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum, Hayden Planetarium, and National Museum of Mathematics. Does anyone have a particular interest in any of these, or have been to one before and can recommend? For those that have been to NYC before, any other cultural or educational attractions that we should try to see?
Trip to NYC and the Hayden Planetarium in the Museum of Natural History.
Portase bien (Spanish). Chovat se (Yiddish). Behave yourself (English). We heard those phrases countless times from our parents, our Tias and Tios, and our Aunts and Uncles back in Washington Heights before setting off on school trips. Our school trips consisted of places such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Natural History, the Hayden Planetarium, the Bronx Botanical Gardens, and countless other places of culture and education. So often we would just mumble under our breaths "Yeah, right." Not paying much attention to the true meaning of those words and how they would impact our lives as we grew up and took our places in society. Many of us did pay attention and behaved ourselves because we knew it was the right thing to do. Many of us behaved ourselves as we graduated from high school, some going straight into universities, some going straight into military service, and some going straight into vocational positions. Never forget because you're in good company. Those phrases, "behave you ...
Although Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson’s official title is director of the Hayden Planetarium at New York’s American Museum of Natural History, his place in our popular culture sits closer to that of Ambassador of the Known Universe to the United States.
I hope one day they show Nashville (or Bring It On 3) at the Museum of Natural History planetarium and call it the Hayden Panetierrium.
At the Museum of Natural History, there's a new Hayden Planetarium. - which I will always refer to as the Hayden Panettierium.
Off to The American Museum of Natural History with the 5th grade @ Lindell!!! can't wait to go to the Hayden Planetarium!.
With Danny at the American Museum of Natural History and Hayden Planetarium.
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Visited NYC this weekend & Museum of Natural History-been years. Hayden Planetarium so worth it alone. Kids first exposure to all thats big.
It's Saturday sticky icky oo o! Omw to the Museum of Natural History. The Hayden Planetarium is definitely on the "to-go" list! I hope Neil Degrasse Tyson is there, I sure got some questions for his ***
Latest Big Bang movie show at the American Museum of Natural History, New York:
DARK UNIVERSE, the new Hayden Planetarium Space Show premiering November 2, 2013, at the American Museum of Natural History, is produced by an acclaimed team...
Further to Pending Impact … Somewhere out there in the cosmos, odds are there's a big asteroid with our name on it—one that threatens not just to give Earth a close shave but actually to strike our planet. Some are due since Tunguska impact in Siberia. If that sounds like hyperbole, consider this: experts say there are about a million near-Earth asteroids that are large enough to substantially damage or destroy a major city. NASA's Asteroid Watch, part of the agency's Near Earth Object Program, has its eye on more than 1,400 potentially dangerous space rocks. Is there anything we can do to safeguard our planet--and ourselves--from such an asteroid strike? That's the question Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson, director of the New York City's Hayden Planetarium, is exploring today in a panel discussion being held at the American Museum of Natural History. For the talk, the celebrated astrophysicist will be joined by five members of the Association of Space Explorers' (ASE) Near Earth Objects Committee, including ...
I like Museum of Natural History and Hayden planetarium . I love Central Park & the zoo.
I miss the Hayden Planetarium and the Museum of Natural History, exhibits in both buildings were fascinating.
According to Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson, parents may contribute to the "dumbing down" and lack of a child's interest in science and discovery. Dr. Tyson says he has been asked over and over by parents how to motivate their child's interest in learning/discovery? His answer is simply."get out of their way and let them explore their universe on their own terms." He says parents spend the first year of a child's life getting them to speak and walk, and the rest of their life telling them to sit down and shut up. Clildren are naturally curious about everything, and should be allowed to explore their world. Dr. Tyson.African American Astrophysicist, Director of The Hayden Planetarium at The Rose Center for Earth & Space, Research Associate, Dept. of Astrophysics at The American Museum of Natural History.
I really want to go to the Museum of Natural History. It has been too long.
is at the American Museum of Natural History, listening to a talk on applied paleontology about chemistry and dinosaurs as a member of the New York Paleontological Society.
American Museum of Natural History & Hayden Planetarium. Central Park is right across the street from it
of Natural History, Central Park W at 79th. Hayden Planetarium is connected to Museum, & now part of Rose Center for Earth & Space.
Hayden Planetarium and the Guggenheim Museum are also good places to see. Plus the Museum of Natural History. And FAO Shwarz.
Neil Degrasse Tyson, director of the American Museum of Natural History's Hayden Planetarium determines the actual location of Superman’s home planet Krypton.
Tyson’s Zodiac: Are There Really 14 Signs? Written by: Diana K Rosenberg Tags: 13th sign, 14th sign, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Ophiuchus, zodiac constellations Posted date: February 7, 2011 | 3 Comments Aug. 14, 2009 — Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson, research scientist in astrophysics at Princeton and Curator of Astronomy at the Hayden Planetarium of the American Museum of Natural History, has become a familiar face on television; he frequently appears on talk shows, cheerily and with gusto declaiming that astrologers are ignorant of the “fact” that there are fourteen zodiacal constellations, rather than twelve. He has also authored several books, among them Universe Down to Earth (Columbia University Press, 1994). In this work, on page 210 he writes: “[T]he zodiac contains 14 constellations, not 12. The Sun, after leaving the constellation Scorpius, enters the constellation Ophiuchus. It then stays in Ophiuchus for a longer (emphasis Tyson’s) period of time than Scorpius, the sign that is advertis ...
Wrote about but still have to write about Museum of Natural History. Check it out
American Museum of Natural History's Director of the Hayden Planetarium, Neil Degrasse Tyson, hosted "Life the Universe and Everything: A Conversation with Neil Degrasse Tyson" at the Museum on June 2, 2010 as part of the ongoing free SciCafe
Our last day in NYC - off early to score discount tickets for tonight's showing of "The Last Man" starring John Stamos, James Earl Jones, John Larroquette, and Cybill Sheppard. Then uptown to the American Museum of Natural History where we saw the Hayden Planetarium show Journey To The Stars narrated by Whoppi Goldberg, the Spiders Alive Exhibit, and Beyond Planet Earth, which included a mock up of the new Mars Rover due to land this Sunday evening. After that it was back to Times Square for a dinner and the show - our last Broadway show for now. Whew. Too tired to post pictures now... An all star cast, but John Larroquette was outstanding. Important NYC safety tip we learned_ stay away from Times Square on Friday night!
I walked up through Central Park, now just waiting for the American Museum of Natural History to open(: Going to Hayden Planetarium show!
"There are about 80 to 100 billion galaxies in the observable universe, that is, that part of the universe visible to us." - Hayden Planetarium, American Museum and Natural History
Newsies - Disney Broadway show was very cool! Hayden Planetarium - NY Museum of Natural History was also cool.
I plan on visiting Columbia Univ, the Museum of Natural History, & the Hayden Planetarium. Also, John Lennon's memorial.
Will Smith talks in the Hayden Planetarium. @ American Museum of Natural History
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