We all know that water is essential to life–and the Museum of Natural History in New York is celebrating that fact with their exhibit, H2O = Life. 

From the physical properties of water, to waterworks, to contamination and regeneration . . . the exhibit explores every aspect of water.  And the ways we mistreat this critical resource. 

Science on a Sphere projects actual moving images of the Earth from space onto a six-foot-diameter globe

Unfortunately, I won’t be able to see the exhibit.  But just reading through the website is an education in itself.  H2O = Life is in New York at the American Museum of Natural History until May 26.  I understand through the Water Environment Federation that the exhibit will be traveling to various parts of the country, so keep an eye out for it.