Linda Hall Library inside the Cosmology theater. I am astounded at some of the things you can see. We showed you the new images of Pluto. We are showing you images of Saturn. You have so many things going on. We have a wide variety of programming in the Cosmology...read more
A new exhibit at the library shows animal and plant fossils from about 300 million years ago. All of the fossils were found around the area. The exhibit includes a mammoth tooth from the Kansas River and a fern impression found along the area that is now Cliff Drive....read more
Paleo Kansas City, the Linda Hall Library’s newest exhibition, features fossils on loan courtesy of Richard Gentile, professor emeritus of geosciences at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and curator of UMKC’s Richard L. Sutton Jr. Museum of Geosciences.read more
A new exhibit presented by the Linda Hall Library invites visitors to go back three hundred million years ago to see the fascinating fossil remains when Kansas City’s home was on the paleoequator.
“Paleo Kansas City” will bring to life theread more
Steve Stich, Director of Exploration Integration and Science at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, toured the Linda Hall Library History of Science Center on Thursday, May 14, prior to his lecture that evening in the Main Reading Room…read more
Once the sole property of science fiction and our imaginations, the technologies coming out of current space programs at NASA are a case of life imitating art. Learn the latest projects underway as we prepare to travel to Mars and whichread more
The Rubik’s Cube may be the best known of all geometric puzzles, but it turns out there’s a whole world of 3-D brainteasers out there that will not only satisfy your inner nerd, but light up aesthetic nerve centers in your brain as well. More than a dozen examples of...read more