CLSE Lunar/Asteroid Traveling Exhibits
CLSE 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 and asteroid science and exploration stories. The displays can be used to excite and engage patrons in further exploration through library resources and programs.
Two of the traveling exhibits, Moon Views: Rabbits in the Rocks (left) and Protecting our Home (right), on display at the Waterville (NY) Public Library. The lunar map between the two exhibits is the USAF Lunar Reference Mosaic: Lunar Earthside Hemisphere (LEM-1) which can be downloaded from the Lunar and Planetary Institute’s online Lunar Map Catalog. (Image Credit: Jeffrey Reynolds, Waterville Public Library).