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American Museum of Science and Energy
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Construction of the museum. (1974) #TBT
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How much of your 2013 taxes went toward Science, Space & Technology Programs? Your 2013 Federal Taxpayer Receipt http://1.usa.gov/1p7nWAC
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Here's to the materials scientist in all of us. Have a great week. #mondaymeme
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Excited to be hosting the Willow Brook Family Science Night.
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NASA: Beautiful blood moon, when lunar eclipse comes Tuesday http://cnn.it/1eAWfM7
Get ready for a total lunar eclipse on Tuesday that will turn the moon a luscious reddish orange. There will be four such "blood moons" within a year's time.
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Crew paving Oak Ridge Turnpike. (1945)

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300 S Tulane Ave Oak Ridge, TN 37830
300 S Tulane AveUSTNOak Ridge37830
(865) 576-3200amse.org
Science MuseumToday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 1:00 – 5:00 pm
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Museum offering educational & interactive displays exploring energy, with a focus on nuclear power.- Google
People talk about secret city, manhattan project, atomic bomb, world war ii and bus tour
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Cee Tee
reviewed 7 months ago
My family meet up here, a few of them had been before. According to them the quality of the exhibits went down. Having not been here before there was little I would have enjoyed had it not been for my family. The staff was wonderful however. Many exhibits I went to didn't function properly, ranging from simple quizzes to a robotic hand. There presentation was solid. If your in Oakridge I'd recommend it for some fun, don't come for it though.
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Brian Paone
reviewed 7 months ago
There are very few places in East Tennessee where one can be educated and entertained at the same time. This is one of those places.
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adam keith
reviewed 3 months ago
ME GUSTA LIGHTNING BALLZ
Doug Tattershall
reviewed 2 months ago
Not worth the trip off the interstate to this unfriendly town.
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Daniel Ching
reviewed a year ago
Good for a few hours of fun and learning. There is lots of information about the founding of Oak Ridge and the Manhattan project, but my favorite was the collection of puzzles on the round tables in the lobby.
A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
I was very interested in the parts on the history of the land and the facilities, but there were several exhibits that as of January 2010 were very out of date. One was about the Cassini probe, and was written as it not having been launched yet. The probe had launched 12 years before my visit and achieved orbit around Saturn for about 5 years. There was another exhibit about nuclear waste disposal and the Yucca Mountain facility to be in operation by 2010, but which apparently is no longer considered a possible site. There were also some exhibits with broken buttons, lights, etc. The docent was very knowledgeable however.
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