Without Proper Glasses, Eclipse Can 'Literally Burn A Hole In The Retina'Do you have the right eye protection ready to see the solar eclipse? You'd better.
Día Del Niño Event Celebrates All Children And It's FreeDía del Niño celebrates all children with multi-cultural activities for the whole family, and the best part is it's all free.
Witnesses Needed After 'Unusually Large' Fireball Explodes North Of DenverThe event happened at 3:23 a.m. on August 1 and was captured by two cameras in Colorado.
'Solar Roller' Championship Not Only Fun, It's EducationalHigh school students from across Colorado on Saturday competed using solar powered cars they built themselves. It's called the Solar Roller championship.
Mummies Undergo CT Scans To Better Understand HistoryScientists at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science will soon have a better idea of what's inside the mummies dating back thousands of years.
Female Engineers Of MWH Global To Show How Science Is Fun At 'Girls & Science'This weekend the Denver Museum of Nature and Science will be packed with different clubhouses for a really fun event. It's all to show off different science careers to young women.
Mixed Reactions After Museum Of Nature & Science Allows Permitted Concealed GunsPeople with permits to carry concealed weapons will now be able to bring their guns into the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Astronaut Aboard International Space Station Inspires Colorado StudentsAstronaut Kjell Lindgren is stationed aboard the International Space Station more than 200 miles above Earth. On Thursday, he talked to students in Colorado live from space.
Astronomer Calls Sunday Night's Supermoon Lunar Eclipse A 'Broncos Moon'The moon will take on a whole new look Sunday night due to a rare supermoon lunar eclipse.
Arts Funding Up For Debate 'Look At How Funding Is Distributed'Next year voters in the Denver metro area will be asked to continue funding the arts but where the $55 million in tax dollars will go is up for debate.
What Do They Hope To Find On Pluto? 'Well, Plutonians Of Course'It's about six billion miles away, but the New Horizons spacecraft is approaching Pluto for an historic visit, and it has dozens of ties to Colorado.
'Power Of Poison' Exhibit Shows Venom In Our Everyday LivesThe Denver Museum of Nature And Science opens its newest exhibit on Friday.