Northrup Hall at the University of New Mexico is better known as the Earth and Planetary Sciences Building. For years, this ... More
Northrup Hall at the University of New Mexico is better known as the Earth and Planetary Sciences Building. For years, this branch of the university has dedicated itself to researching and teaching about space and its wonders. On the first floor, a wonderful little museum documents the discovery of meteorites that have been found worldwide. The brochure provided for each visitor explains each specimen that is on display, and someone is always available to answer any questions you may have. There is no admission fee.
This place is known as America's official museum of nuclear science and history. A short movie shown every hour features
Albert Einstein and the people involved with the development of nuclear science. The world's largest public collection of nuclear ...
Located in the ballooning capital of the world, this unique Old Town shop offers the largest collection of hot air
balloon gift items in the world. Jewelry, ornaments, books, apparel, posters, kites and many other manifestations of hot air ...
Catch a ballgame and hopefully a foul baseball. Designed in true Retro style, this ballpark is home to the Albuquerque
Isotopes. The park evokes nostalgia to the 1940s and 50s. Isotopes Park is one of the best stadiums in ...
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