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Black Holes: Space Warps and Time Twists, immerses visitors in the modern search for black holes—the most mysterious and powerful objects in the universe— through a variety of interactive and multimedia experiences.

Interactive Models of Forces and Motion
Hands-on explorations of gravity and the effects of unseen forces provide a playful introduction to what—and how—we know about black holes.

Black Hole Modeling Lab
A spectacular interactive visualization lets you explore the extremes of gravity and the strange distortions of space and time predicted by Einstein. 
Four interactive media stations engage visitors in collecting and weighing evidence for black holes throughout the universe, using remarkable images and data from the world's leading telescopes.

Artist's impression of Cygnus X-1 Copyright: ESA. Illustration by Martin Kornmesser, ESA/ECF

In Search of Real Black Holes
Four interactive media stations engage visitors in collecting and weighing evidence for black holes throughout the universe, using remarkable images and data from the world's leading telescopes.

Black Holes in Popular Culture

Video and graphic displays explore the interplay between fact and fiction, and the ways in which imagination informs our thinking about nature. 

Black Hole Adventure 
An immersive interactive journey based on the best scientific evidence takes visitors to the giant black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.

Black Hole Explorers ID Card and Journal
Barcode technology helps visitors create a personal, secure web diary that captures the highlights of their experience and links to additional activities and resources about black holes.

Teens Talk About Black Holes 
Youth teams from Massachusetts, California, and Maryland collaborate with exhibit developers to create exhibits, media, and educational activities that help bring black holes "down to earth." 

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Registration for the opening event of "Black Holes" has now closed. Contact Deb at 402.944.3100 ext. 220 or marketing@sacmuseum.org with any questions.