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To the moon! Doug Rhodehamel launches his SPORE Project to higher levels

February 18, 2014
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To the moon! Doug Rhodehamel launches his SPORE Project to higher levels

If you’ve lived in Orlando for more than a few months, you’ve probably been captivated by Doug Rhodehamel‘s work, perhaps without even knowing it. Even if you haven’t attended an art show including his work (like Cardboard Art Festival, his most recent Stardust show, or his takeover of the Lake Eustis Museum in 2010),...
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Seminole State College Planetarium hosts Winter Sky Festival

December 20, 2012
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Seminole State College Planetarium hosts Winter Sky Festival

The planetarium is inviting everyone out for a night of stargazing, food trucks and short films, and they’re providing the telescopes for you.
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New giant-screen film Space Junk premieres at OSC’s Cocktails & Cosmos

September 8, 2012
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New giant-screen film Space Junk premieres at OSC’s Cocktails & Cosmos

This 3-D movie, premiering tonight at the Orlando Science Center’s adults-only Cocktails & Cosmos party, will introduce you to space junk up close and personal and explain how and why it could be harmful to your health.
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NASA engineer Richard Johanboeke stops by Orlando Science Center

June 2, 2012
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NASA engineer Richard Johanboeke stops by Orlando Science Center

Space enthusiasts hope this important mission can answer one of humanity’s most lingering questions: Is there life on Mars?
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Scientists discover diamond-encrusted planet! But not really.

December 10, 2010
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Scientists discover diamond-encrusted planet! But not really.

Hooray! The University of Central Florida made national news for something other than student cheating scandals and Playboy Playmate photo shoots being held on campus! University of Central Florida planetary scientist Joe Harrington recently got a shout out on Time magazine’s Health & Science blog for being part of a team that discovered a brand-new planet...
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