Happy Bike to Work Month Bay Area! From inside our new full-body immersive Recollections exhibit.

Photos by Alex Smith
© Exploratorium, www.exploratorium.edu

Snowy Bits

Melting snow and ice on a car windshield at Lake Tahoe. #noticing
Photo by Amy Snyder © Exploratorium, www.exploratorium.edu/downloads/wallpaper

Snowy Bits

Melting snow and ice on a car windshield at Lake Tahoe. #noticing

Photo by Amy Snyder
© Exploratorium, www.exploratorium.edu/downloads/wallpaper

nprfreshair:

ryandonato:

So beautiful.

And a good excuse to listen to Grizzly Bear perform “Deep Blue Sea.”

Cool thing #129 we won’t be able to take with us to Pier 15: the Palace of Fine Arts Exhibit Hall tennis courts. Most people don’t know that there used to be tennis courts here before the Exploratorium moved in. But, from inside our Shop you can still see a hint of lines from days gone by…

Cool thing #129 we won’t be able to take with us to Pier 15: the Palace of Fine Arts Exhibit Hall tennis courts. Most people don’t know that there used to be tennis courts here before the Exploratorium moved in. But, from inside our Shop you can still see a hint of lines from days gone by…

The 2012 MLB World Series is upon us!

ABOVE: LEDs attached to a bat illuminate the motion of a baseball batter’s swing. Likewise, LEDs attached to a baseball create different effects as a pitcher winds up and pitches the ball.

Want to learn more about the science of baseball? Test your reaction time, learn the science of a pitcher’s curveball, screwball, slider and more at http://www.exploratorium.edu/baseball.


Photos by Amy Snyder
© Exploratorium, www.exploratorium.edu

Angels left over from the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition (held at the Palace of Fine Arts) still reside in the Exploratorium today. Sometimes they show team spirit.

GO GIANTS!

Did you know the Exploratorium loves baseball? Action-packed and science-rich, we never get bored. Test your reaction time and more at our Science of Baseball site http://www.exploratorium.edu/baseball/.

Photo by Amy Snyder
© Exploratorium, www.exploratorium.edu

sfmoma:

good:

While in the spirit of the #Olympics, check out Sport Shadows by photographer Kelvin Murray.

Thanks, hoodablah!

Love the vibrant energy, crisp lines, and bold colors of these photographs… perfect for our #MuseumOlympics over on Twitter!

Beautiful!

theweekmagazine:

A diver trains at the Aquatics Center before the start of the London Olympic Games…
This week’s best photojournalism

theweekmagazine:

A diver trains at the Aquatics Center before the start of the London Olympic Games…

This week’s best photojournalism