# Calendar

###### Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity

**Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium**

There's a place from which nothing escapes, not even light, where time and space literally come to end. It's at this point, inside this fantastic riddle, that black holes exert their sway over the cosmos … and our imaginations. Travel through other-worldly wormholes, experience the creation of the Milky Way Galaxy, and witness the violent death of a star and subsequent birth of a black hole. Mathematical equations, cutting-edge science, and Einstein's theories fill in holes along the way, providing the most complete picture yet on this mysterious phenomenon. Can you feel the pull?

Duration: 25 mins. | Rating: All Ages

###### Starry Nights Live!

**Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium**

Learn about the interesting stories of the constellations and others in this live presentation in OMSI's Kendall Planetarium. It is not just stars everyone can see in the night sky—planets, constellations, zodiac, shooting stars and satellites are all there if you know when and where to look. Navigate by the stars and discover how you can become a backyard astronomer. Topics will change monthly and graphics will be programmed accordingly. All shows are hosted and narrated live by OMSI planetarium staff.

###### The Good Dinosaur

**Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater**

*The Good Dinosaur *asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? Pixar Animation Studios takes you on an epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend. While traveling through a harsh and mysterious landscape, Arlo learns the power of confronting his fears and discovers what he is truly capable of.

"*The Good Dinosaur* has an original concept, disarming emotional heft and features the most impressive visuals in animated cinema to date." Peter Hartlaub, *San Francisco Chronicle*

**Duration: 100 mins. | Rating: PG**

###### The Martian | 3D

**Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater**

During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Millions of miles away, NASA and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring "the Martian" home, while his crewmates concurrently plot a daring, if not impossible rescue mission. As these stories of incredible bravery unfold, the world comes together to root for Watney's safe return.

Based on a best-selling novel, and helmed by master director Ridley Scott, *The Martian* features a star studded cast that includes Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Kate Mara, Michael Peña, Jeff Daniels, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Donald Glover.

“It's one of the year's best movies and widescreen 3D experiences, a crackerjack adventure that celebrates human ingenuity over mechanical contrivance.” Peter Howell, *Toronto Star*

**Duration: 134 mins. | Rating: PG-13**

###### U2 Fulldome

**Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium, Planetarium**

Experience one of the greatest rock bands of all time like you’ve never seen them before in *U2-The Full Dome Experience*, now playing at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry’s Kendall Planetarium. *U2-The Full Dome Experience* is an immersive digital experience offering rich computer renderings and abstract visuals choreographed to the band’s award-winning music.

This extended 45 minute version of *U2—The Full Dome Experience* is now playing Friday and Saturday evenings at 9:00 p.m. and includes the songs Where the Streets Have No Name, Sunday Bloody Sunday (Live at Red Rocks), Pride, I Will Follow, With or Without You, Bullet the Blue Sky, The Fly, It’s a Beautiful Day, Mysterious Ways, Elevation with an encore of the song Vertigo.

###### $2 Days at OMSI

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**$2 Days at OMSI**

Explore the museum and all exhibits for just $2 per person on the first Sunday of every month! Submarine Tours, Theater and Planetarium shows are also reduced to $5 per person, or less with applicable discounts.

*Major Sponsors*

###### The Martian

**Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater**

During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Millions of miles away, NASA and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring "the Martian" home, while his crewmates concurrently plot a daring, if not impossible rescue mission. As these stories of incredible bravery unfold, the world comes together to root for Watney's safe return.

Based on a best-selling novel, and helmed by master director Ridley Scott, The Martian features a star studded cast that includes Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Kate Mara, Michael Peña, Jeff Daniels, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Donald Glover.

“It's one of the year's best movies and widescreen 3D experiences, a crackerjack adventure that celebrates human ingenuity over mechanical contrivance.” Peter Howell, *Toronto Star*

**Duration: 134 mins. | Rating: PG-13**

###### Science Pub Corvallis: Future of Water

**Old World Deli, 341 SW 2nd St., Corvallis**

Where's water? How Geology and Climate Consipre to Dictate the Future of Water in the West.

*With Gordon Grant, Research Hydrologist at the U.S. Forest Service and Oregon State College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences*

The noted sage Yogi Berra once said: “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” Despite this warning, it is clear that the availability and distribution of water will look very different in 50 years than it does today, even for regions where water is currently abundant – such as the Pacific Northwest.

In this talk, Gordon Grant will focus on what we’ve learned over the past 30 years about where water is likely to be in the Willamette basin and western U.S., what factors control its availability and likely changes in the future and what we can do about it. Drawing on recent studies in hydrology and geology as well as large integrated assessments of river basins in the Pacific Northwest, he will explore the uncertain and at times paradoxical future of water in the West.

Grant is a research hydrologist with the U.S. Forest Service and courtesy professor in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State University. His research focuses on watershed and river dynamics, particularly the interactions among geological, hydrological, and climatic processes in sculpting landscapes.

The Science Pub presentation is free and open to the public.

Sponsors of Science Pub include Terra magazine at OSU, the Downtown Corvallis Association and the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.

Fore more information or to sign up for our mailing list, email: sciencepub@omsi.edu.

###### Paleontology Lab

**Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall**

**Included in General Admission** | The Earth Science Hall also houses the Paleo Lab, where staff and volunteers excavate real dinosaur and ancient Oregon fossils from plaster casts in a setting open to the public.

###### Physics Lab

**Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall**

**Included in General Admission** | Discover the hair-raising effects of static electricity with the Van de Graff Generator and view some of the first phonographs ever made at the Physics Lab.

###### Technology Lab

**Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall**

**Included in General Admission** | The Vernier Technology Lab features engaging, in-depth units on different aspects of technology, including Security, Biomedical, Robots and Computers, Communications, and Household Technology. The units rotate frequently, so that every time you visit OMSI you'll find something new to do in the lab!

###### Watershed Lab

**Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall**

**Included in General Admission** | The Watershed Lab allows visitors to create their own rivers; watch salmon develop from eggs to smolts; explore the microscopic world that supports us all, and see how we all fit into the region we call the Northwest.