Color Elements of the Universe ~ Ceiling exhibit at the Learning Center entry visually and audibly depicts the history of the formation of the Universe.
The Sky is Falling ~ News panel and statue of newsboy announcing meteor impact, Croatia in 1751 and Germany in 1492.
Who Can Guess My Weight? ~ Test your knowledge on weights of a motorcycle, car and horse compared to that of the Holsinger meteorite.
Put Yourself at Ground Zero ~ Mini-theater lets you experience the Meteor Crater impact as it spews 175 million tons of material out of the crater.
IMPACT~ Lets you select the elements, density, diameter, velocity and angle of descent to create your own digital crater.
50,000 Year Old Laboratory ~ How to confirm that you have actually discovered a crater.
Crater Location Spotter ~ Highlights 21 special points of interest and soil types within the Crater.
Comet ShoemakerLevy-9 ~ Progressive images and animation of the famous comets impacting Jupiter in 1994.
Crater View ~ Daniel Barringer’s sectional view of Meteor Crater including 1376 foot deep shaft at base used in an attempt to locate the non-existent primary meteorite.
Predicting Close Encounters ~ Tracking meteor and comet paths and their projected proximity when passing earth.
Rogue’s Gallery ~ Shows tracking of ten potentially hazardous objects that passed disturbingly close to earth in 2002.
Mars Panels ~ Startling photos of craters, volcanoes, moons on Mars, plus spacecraft landings on the Red Planet.
The Death of T-Rex ~ What caused the extinction of 70% of earth’s plant and animal life in the distant past? Was this the result of a giant meteor impact?
Surf’s Up! ~ What happens when meteors fall into the ocean?
On the Crater Floor ~ Apollo astronauts training site from 1963 through 1970 as a result of Meteor Crater’s moonlike surface. Have your picture taken with a lunar module pilot in a simulation of the floor of the crater.
A Galaxy of Craters ~ Depicts collisions and impacts on Mercury, Venus, Mars and earth’s moon in pictures taken from five different spacecraft.