An ellipsis is a punctuation mark; it is a series of dots used to omit words or whole sentences from written text, but doesn’t alter the text’s original meaning. But what happens when you take the idea of an ellipsis and transcend the boundaries of written text to translate the idea into art?
Planet Earth hasn’t always looked the same. When the first dinosaurs roamed our planet during the Triassic Period there was only one continent: Pangea.
What exactly is the Moon? We can see it every night, but what exactly does it do?
A new species of sauropod was announced earlier this year, and holds a potential place within Chinese mythology.
Creative design can be seen throughout THEMUSEUM in a variety of ways, from incorporating the original framework to installing a new solar clock.
One question that has been boggling our staff, and a few of our visitors, is how exactly were baby dinosaurs made?
Everyone who learned about our solar system before 2006 was taught that we belong to a system of nine planets, with Pluto coming in last. Now, however, many young students have never even heard of Pluto and are surprised to learn that it was once considered a planet.
Discovering Fantasy is set up to resemble the backstage of a theater. The costumes and props on display do so much more than represent characters: they transcend the physical boundaries of a theater and depict elements of magic and fantasy.
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