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[호주 박물관 2020년 6월 소식] Australian Fossil & Mineral Museum and MAAS now open
 
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The First Nations peoples have lived and practised their cultures since time immemorial. These rich and diverse cultures are maintained through song, dance, storytelling, ceremony and language. 

In celebration of National Reconciliation Week, the Australian Museum is proud to have launched a new online platform for First Nations voices; a place where First Nations writers share their expertise and opinions on issues important to First Nations people, helping uncover Australia's hidden histories.
 

 
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Visit Bathurst
 

As travel restrictions ease in NSW, why not support our regional cultural institutions by taking a trip out west? 

 

The Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum in Bathurst is the temporary home to the Australian Museum's Albert Chapman Mineral Collection and will re-open 9am Thursday 4 June.

 

 
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MAAS Reopening
 

The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences is excited to welcome AM Members back to the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney Observatory and Museums Discovery Centre. Free timed-entry tickets and physical distancing are among the measures implemented in line with the NSW Government’s health guidelines to keep you safe during COVID-19.

 
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The Thylacine 3D
Thylacine Pup in 3D
 

The Thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian Tiger, is a large carnivorous marsupial now believed to be extinct. By combining structured light scanning of the exterior with computed tomography of the skeleton, you can now view a 3D model of a thylacine pup from the AM's Mammalogy Collection.

 

 
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Test Tube Volcanos
Make a Volcano
 

Learn how to create your own volcanic eruption with a few simple ingredients from home. The Australian Museum talks you through the process and the science behind this explosive experiment.

 

See all the activities in our online school resources.

 

 
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Capturing Climate Change Exhibition
 

See dramatic photos, with this month’s guest curator, Janet Laurence. Share your imagery on climate change impacts and solutions in our region with our online gallery.

"Coral Collapse works were taken in my time of research at Lizard Island for the Australian Museum Deep Breathing..'
 

 
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