Attention Museums, Planetaria, and Science Centers
Interested in Space Weather for your organization?
Bring Space Weather to life at your site in time for the upcoming 2001 Solar Max!
SSI, through its Space Weather Outreach Program, is developing a 200 square
foot Space Weather Center mini-exhibit for museums and planetaria. The exhibit
is designed to bring the fascinating world of space weather to life for
your visitors. It will have three components:
This plasmasphere, part of the
Electric Space Exhibit Project,
is an example of the kind of interactive which could be part
of the Space Weather Center Mini-Exhibit.
- a fully updatable computer kiosk with near-real-time observations
and discoveries concerning the Sun-Earth environment,
- several exciting hands-on interactive devices, and
- stunning background text and graphics
Visitors will learn about:
SSI is looking for science centers, planetaria, and museums to work
collaboratively on the development of this Space Weather Center exhibit.
- solar cycles and space weather including the effects of the 2001 solar max
- the electrical and magnetic changes that take place in space that can affect people and equipment on Earth as well as in space
- the cause of the best light show on Earth - the Aurora
- the dynamic interaction between the Sun and Earth, and
- a variety of current events about space weather including recent discoveries
If you are interested in this mini-exhibit, please call Susan Solari at (303)
492-5184 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org