Back in 2013, Alexander Hayes, a scientist on the Cassini Mission to Saturn, reached out to us about making a MOVA Globe version on one of Saturn’s moons, Titan, as a gift to his graduate school advisors. What started as a unique gift turned into one of our most intriguing and different MOVA Globe designs. […]
Our universe is what you would call an “open book” – limitless possibilities, open to interpretation, and never closed to new discoveries. Our planet Earth and solar system are merely tiny, tiny blips on the radar yet many of us may not know the significance of the thousands of space discoveries ever recorded. World Space […]
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Just as our understanding of our universe continues to expand, so too does our MOVA Space line of products. As we’ve added celestial objects other than planets to our collection, we’ve received lots of questions about our Vesta MOVA Globe. So we went straight to the source to get you answers. We spoke to Dr. […]
When was the last night you took time to gaze at the Moon and reflect on your life, past, present or future? If your answer is “too long ago,” then today, September 19th, is the perfect excuse to get back in the moon-watching game. Each fall, International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN) is a celebration […]
Toys, gadgets, puzzles and gizmos – not quite the lineup of items you think of when it comes to science. However for Ross Kelly, these items are exactly the tools that he uses to teach. It started for the Boston College organic chemistry professor three decades ago, when he purchased a soccer player figurine that […]