Science & Technology
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The world famous Palomar Observatory sits majestically atop Honah Lee Mountain in the beautiful Blake Sea/Hollywood complex area of SL. Enter the observatory and learn about the building of the great observatory and enjoy great images of the night sky and lessons on astronomy. Great horseback riding (nine sims) surround the observatory.View this destination »
Based on the Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco, this inworld exhibition area features several interactive attractions including The Tent of Elucidation, The Illusion Pavillion, PiHenge Circle and much more.View this destination »
The International Spaceflight Museum hosts a series of exhibits and events about real-world space travel.View this destination »
Explore the ever-changing interactive exhibits at The Tech Museum of Innovation.View this destination »
Tiny cells and proteins make a big impression on this build dedicated to the study of microbiology. Step inside a rotating plasma membrane, check out elaborate dioramas, and play interactive games designed to teach students and scholars alike more about the micro world.View this destination »
NPR's weekly science news program, hosted by Ira Glass, is broadcast live on radio stations nationally between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Pacific time every Friday. Now, the show is also available to listen to live in Second Life.View this destination »
This fascinating exhibit designed by medical researchers leads visitors through the minds of patients suffering with schizophrenia. While some may find the sim uncomfortable, there's no doubt the experience will leave Residents with a deeper understanding of this misunderstood disease.View this destination »
Learn more about efforts to map the secrets of the universe at this interactive exhibit and virtual replica of the Atlas Experiment, a Large Hadron Collider at CERN.View this destination »
Learn more about how nuclear power works by taking an interactive tour inside a 3D replica of a working nuclear power plant. This project was created by the Science School at the University of Denver.View this destination »
This interactive exhibit visualizes star constellations in 3D by displaying their position, size, and color as seen from Earth.View this destination »
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