The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Science On a Sphere exhibit has found a home at Do Space, 7205 Dodge St.

Monday, students from Pawnee Elementary and St. Margaret Mary School stopped by to check out the exhibit, which uses video projectors to display planetary data on a sphere 6 feet in diameter. 

“The exhibit is six feet in diameter and brings science to life, showing weather and migration patterns while highlighting climate change, oceanic temperature and other complex environmental patterns. Students will be able to view the exhibit and learn about STEM-related topics in presentations given by UNO and MCC science faculty and staff," according to a Metropolitan Community College press release.

The exhibit is open through Thursday.

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