The Center for Astrophysics has a long history of collaboration with museums and planetariums nationwide, contributing key resources, exhibits and presentations to support learning about the universe.
- NASA's Universe of Learning: How does the Universe work? How did we get here? Are we alone? NASA, in partnership with the CfA and other scientific institutions, aims to give learners of all ages the opportunities to explore these questions for themselves.
- Here, There, Everywhere: Our knowledge of familiar processes can be applied to help us understand similar behavior on grander scales in physics, and in very different environments.
- Chandra X-ray Observatory Resources: Our flagship NASA X-ray observatory offers a variety of learning resources, from "Ask an Astrophysict" to an immersive 3D model of an exploded supernova remnant.
- AstrOlympics: The AstrOlympics project explores the spectacular range of science that we can find both in the impressive feats of the Olympic Games as well as cosmic phenomena throughout the Universe. By measuring the range of values for such things as speed, mass, time, pressure, rotation, distance, and more, we can learn not only about the world around us, but also about the Universe we all live in.
- Women in Science: This series from our Chandra X-ray Observatory highlights the history of women's contributions to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), and their crucial, but often overlooked or underrepresented, impact on STEM fields.
- From Earth to the Universe: A collection of astronomical images that showcase the most dramatic views of our Universe, and bring these directly to you.
- My Sky: An exhibit about the Universe that gives families the chance to practice science skills like observing, communicating, noticing patterns, predicting, imagining and more. Funded by NASA and created through a partnership between the Boston Children's Museum and the CfA.