Lunar and Planetary Institute

EXPLORE! To the Moon and Beyond with NASA's LRO Mission

Library Exhibits

Center for Lunar Science and Exploration (CLSE) Traveling Exhibits
The CLSE node of the NASA Lunar Science Institute is excited to share its science topics with the public through fantastic traveling exhibits.  Designed for libraries, these banners use colorful images and text to share current lunar science and exploration stories. The displays can be used to excite and engage patrons in further exploration through library resources and programs.

Center for Lunar Science and Exploration Gallery
Explore a variety of lunar science themes, such as lunar exploration and the Moon’s formation and evolution, through this evolving gallery of interpretive albums. Download high-resolution images to create your own exhibit, and lower resolutions are suitable for personal or educational use.

"Visions of the Universe: Four Centuries of Discovery"
This exhibition celebrated the International Year of Astronomy by visiting public libraries across the nation. Download the exhibit posters and supplemental materials from the Amazing Space website.  

"From Earth to the Universe"
Print out astronomy images, with captions, to display.
More detailed information for setting up a display is in the "For Organizers" section and on this Q&A page.

Last updated
September 1, 2010

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