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Fernbank Science Center

Fernbank Science Center

The Fernbank Science Center in Atlanta offers a variety of science education programs to the public in its planetarium, observatory, and exhibit hall. The center also offers tours through the Fernbank Forest, a sixty-five acre primeval forest adjoining the center's grounds.

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Fernbank Forest

Fernbank Forest

One of the few stands of original oak and hickory forests remaining in Georgia is located at Fernbank Forest in Atlanta. Trail guides at the Fernbank Science Center offer programs in the forest for both students and the general public throughout the year.

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Fernbank Planetarium

Fernbank Planetarium

The Jim Cherry Memorial Planetarium at the Fernbank Science Center in Atlanta houses more than 200 projectors, including the Carl Zeiss Mark V projector, which are used to simulate the night sky for students and visitors.

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Mark Smith Planetarium

Mark Smith Planetarium

In the Museum of Arts and Science's planetarium the night sky is recreated with more than 4,000 twinkling stars. Planetarium shows are presented daily, and a weekly program provides the latest information about current and upcoming celestial events.

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Nike, Winged Victory

Nike, Winged Victory

The Museum of Arts and Sciences preserves nearly 5,000 cultural objects in its permanent collection, including many paintings, ceramics, textiles, and other decorative and fine works of art. A bronze cast of Nike, Winged Victory is one of them.

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Museum of Arts and Sciences

Museum of Arts and Sciences

The museum's Discovery House provides an interactive adventure for children of all ages. Three floors of hands-on exhibitions explore art, science, and the humanities.

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