NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center offers a visitors’ center that provides interactive exhibits on Goddard-built spacecraft and satellite communications. Here is “Science on a Sphere,” a colorful, brightly lit 3-D spherical surface (6 feet in diameter) that plays short films on a range of planetary and Earth science topics. The Goddard center is in Greenbelt, Md.
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center offers a visitors’ center that provides interactive exhibits on Goddard-built spacecraft and satellite communications. Here is “Science on a Sphere,” a colorful, brightly lit 3-D spherical surface (6 feet in diameter) that plays short films on a range of planetary and Earth science topics. The Goddard center is in Greenbelt, Md. Beth J. Harpaz The Associated Press
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center offers a visitors’ center that provides interactive exhibits on Goddard-built spacecraft and satellite communications. Here is “Science on a Sphere,” a colorful, brightly lit 3-D spherical surface (6 feet in diameter) that plays short films on a range of planetary and Earth science topics. The Goddard center is in Greenbelt, Md. Beth J. Harpaz The Associated Press

For things to do outside the capital, Washington, D.C., suburbs offer plenty of options

November 21, 2014 6:00 AM