ALNC’S FACILITY REMAINS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

Even though our building is closed*, our trails are free and open to the public daily from dawn until dusk.
We invite you to come out and enjoy the Wonders of Nature…it’s good for the mind, body and soul.

Please stay tuned for more information and do not hesitate to contact us with questions at alnc@aldoleopoldnaturecenter.org.

*Please note our facility’s date of reopen to the public is based on public health recommendations and other factors.

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October 2017: Weather Satellites

October 1, 2017

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goes-r_earthFrom storms to sunshine, heat waves to natural disasters, weather rules our world — and weather satellites help us observe and monitor what’s happening at any moment across Earth’s atmosphere, detecting and observing environmental phenomena that directly affect public safety, health, and property. Throughout October, we’ll be wild about weather and serious about satellites – weather you like it or not, our exhibits this month will blow you away!

  • Check out the “Eyes on the Earth” interactive kiosk in the Immersion Theater to explore how NASA satellites monitor our planet’s vital signs.
  • Step inside a storm cloud and learn about the difference between weather and climate in the “Weathering the Storm” in our Immersion Theater.
  • Learn about satellites flying around Earth and view dynamic satellite imagery on Science on a Sphere.
  • Give a weather report in the Kids’ Climate Cast meteorology TV studio
  • Use what you’ve learned to design your own satellite at our activity table.
  • Plus, interactive exhibits, fall hiking, and more!

We would like to thank ATC and DuPont for supporting our monthly exhibit themes. There is always something new to discover at ALNC!

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October 1, 2017
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Venue

Aldo Leopold Nature Center | Monona Campus
330 Femrite Drive
Monona, 53716 United States
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Phone:
(608) 221-0404

Aldo Leopold Nature Center