If you look up at a five-story building, that’s the tallest dinosaur. You look across four school buses, that’s the longest dinosaur. A pile of 50 elephants and you’ve got the heaviest dinosaur.”
With Thanksgiving behind us, a local restaurant owner has tips for your leftover turkey sandwiches.
An asteroid the size of an aircraft carrier is passing close to the Earth this evening, but amateur astronomers may have a hard time seeing it about 6:30, when it would be visible, because of the brightness of the nearly full moon.
Sela Ward stepped into the CSI exhibit at the Franklin Institute and instantly “Jo Danville”, the character she plays on “CSI: N.Y.”, came out.
At a Nastar training facility in Southampton, Bucks County, Ferguson reflected on the end of the space shuttle days and where his own career is headed.
As visitors enter CSI: The Experience, they take on the role of forensic scientists and are directed into a crime scene and challenged to identify and gather evidence.
You won’t see any of the familiar faces from the show, but you will be able to examine clues, deadly wounds, and evidence, and try to solve the crime just as they do.
Located in the heart of Philadelphia, The Franklin Institute is a renowned and innovative leader in the field of science and technology learning, as well as a dynamic center of activity.
Most of it will break up and burn before hitting the earth’s atmosphere, according to Derrick Pitts, chief astronomer at the Franklin Institute, but an estimated 26 pieces could hit somewhere on Earth.
After the space shuttle Atlantis arrives at the International Space Station for the last time, Earthlings will be able to see history (under the right conditions) just by looking up.
The Franklin Institute’s chief astronomer, Derrick Pitts, says the most common effect of solar flares is brighter Northern Lights but they can have some negative effects too.
Forty mummies — some of royalty, some unknown, including families, children, even pets — make up the exhibit, the largest collection of mummies ever assembled.
One of the highlights of the upcoming Mummies of the World exhibit at the Franklin Institute is a demonstration of just how mummification happens.
Under tight security, a shipment of 40 mummies was delivered this morning to the Franklin Institute. They are the stars of a new exhibit, “Mummies of the World,” that begins June 18th.
Two eggs are now being scrutinized by nature experts — and by thousands of nature fans via the Internet — as a pair of red-tailed hawks settle in for a third straight nesting season at the Franklin Institute, just off Logan Circle in Philadelphia.
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