Credit: Smithsonian Institution
Photo credit: Smithsonian’s National Zoo
Credit information: Julius Csotonyi for the Smithsonian Institution.
Photo: Rebecca Sturniolo, Smithsonian’s National Zoo
View inside the nearly finished “Early Flight” exhibition at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. "Early Flight" will be on view when the museum's west end reopens on Oct. 14, 2022. Credit: Smithsonian Institution
Credit: Maya Lin working on Civil Rights Memorial, 1989. Courtesy of Adam Stoltman
Photo credit: Heather Anderson, Smithsonian’s National Zoo
“Sunrise in Udaipur,” ca. 1722–23, The City Palace Museum - Udaipur, Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation (MMCF), Udaipur, 2012.20.0015, detail
Baratunde Thurston, host of the National Portrait Gallery’s 2022 Portrait of a Nation Gala. Photo courtesy of Erik Carter.
Credit information: Courtesy of Lil’ Libros
This illustration plots changes in brightness of the red supergiant star Betelgeuse, following the titanic mass ejection of a large piece of its visible surface. The escaping material cooled to form a cloud of dust that temporarily made the star look dimmer, as seen from Earth. This unprecedented stellar convulsion disrupted the monster star’s 400-day-long oscillation period that astronomers had measured for more than 200 years. The interior may now be jiggling like a plate of gelatin dessert. Credit: NASA, ESA, Elizabeth Wheatley (STScI)
The Apollo 11 Command Module Columbia displayed in the new "Destination Moon" exhibition, opening Oct. 14, 2022. Credit: Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum
Eelgrass from the Finnish Archipelago Sea. Eelgrasses migrated to the Atlantic from the Pacific hundreds of millennia ago, and that ancient migration left marks on their DNA that still shape them today. (Credit: Christoffer Boström, Åbo Akademi University)
Image courtesy of Vivien Green Fryd
Singer James Brown is captured off stage around Memphis, Tenn. (Ted Williams/Johnson Publishing Company Archive). Courtesy Ford Foundation, J. Paul Getty Trust, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and Smithsonian Institution.
Credit: “Nor This Nor That” by Sara Sonnenblick, inkjet print, 2022. Courtesy of artist (L).
“Trapped” by Otto Grunewald, inkjet print, 2022. Courtesy of artist (R).
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