New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

 

300 Seconds of Science

At the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, you can learn about everything from paleontology to technology, space science to biology. Join our Research and Collections staff for 300 Seconds of Science, a weekly spot from the Museum, on Good Day New Mexico, Mondays at 11am on KOB-TV, Channel 4.

This week: Why Isn't Pluto Considered a Planet?
with Assistant Planetarium Manager Simone Seagle

 

Previous 300 Seconds of Science segments:

300 Seconds at the Museum
Justin Spielmann of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science shows off some of the cool things you can see at the museum.
New Mexico's State Fossil
Geoscience Collections Manager Justin Spielmann introduces us to 205 million-year-old Coelophysis, the official state fossil, found at Ghost Ranch.
New Mexico Butterflies
Ayesha Burdett, Bioscience Curator at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, talks about why you can find more than 300 species of butterflies across New Mexico.
Specimens in the Bioscience Collection
Bioscience Curator Ayesha Burdett shows off the specimens in the Bioscience Collection and how they are used by scientists.
Removing Fossils from Stone
Chief Preparator Larry Rinehart talks about the prep lab where dinosaur fossils are removed from rock.
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
Theresa Nelson shows us some of 125 authentic artifacts on display at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition.
How many stars are out there?
Simone Seagle talks about estimating just how many stars there are in the universe.