Above us here is a kayak, standard for the indigenous peoples of the Far North.
In the 19th century the explorer John Franklin led an expedition in search of the Northwest Passage. It was to end in disaster, with all hands lost and his two ships only discovered in recent years. Some of the remnants of the Franklin Expedition are displayed in a case here.
I took another shot of the Arctic ice slabs that starts at the beginning.
Departing, I took a look down at Gaia.
Here is a look up at the Moon.
The Earth Gallery is next, with three main types of rocks as the introduction, with samples. First is sedimentary.
Metamorphic rock is next.
And lastly, magmatic rock.