When I visited the American Museum of Natural History, I visited Rose Center for Earth and Space, Rose Center for Earth Environmental Sciences. What impressed me was the spectacular Hayden Sphere. There are many exhibitions, including exploring the evolution of the universe, its 13 billion-year history, galaxies, the nature of stars and planets, and the dynamics of the Earth. From this we can imagine the age of the earth. After the visit, I can't help feeling how important it is to protect the earth's environment.
The Ross Center for Earth Environmental Sciences is actually part of the Museum of Natural History, but it is a relatively independent museum. It is connected to the Museum of Natural History and can also be accessed through another gate in the park. There are still quite good facilities in it, but it is not very complete for the Science Museum alone.
A science center that mainly studies and exhibits astronomy and geography has a lot of interaction with the visitors. It allows us to experience a lot of scientific research, such as my weight changes on other celestial bodies and watching real meteorites because of the different gravity.
The relationship between the earth and other planets is well introduced. The earth is really small. We have a lot to learn.
It's very interactive, so it's very interesting. I spent the whole morning here, and it's very fruitful.