# Calendar

###### Renewable Energy

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**Included in General Admission** | *Renewable Energy/Energia Renovable* is a new bilingual exhibit that gives OMSI visitors the opportunity to explore how energy from sources like wind, water and sun can support our daily energy needs. Hands-on exhibit features will let visitors take the controls of a wind turbine, go inside a solar panel, become the wave that powers a new type of renewable energy, and even try their hand at managing the power grid!

###### Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge. Shared Science.

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**Included in General Admission** | In *Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge. Shared Science*, students and families learn the ways in which traditional knowledge of indigenous communities and cutting–edge science are being applied to improve our world. The 2,000 square–foot traveling exhibition tells the stories of four communities, giving visitors real life examples of how traditional knowledge and Western science provide complementary solutions to ecological and health challenges. Through the voices of elders and youth, hands–on interactives, and clever video games, visitors gather resources, examine data, and take part in the growing movement towards sustainability and reclamation of age–old practices.

This exhibition was supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1010559. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

###### Science On A Sphere

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**Included in General Admission **| *Science On a Sphere (SOS) *is a six-foot suspended globe that uses computers and video projectors to display dynamic animated images of the Earth's atmosphere, oceans, animal migration patterns, global warming trends, hurricane paths, and more. Projected images also include the surface of the sun, moon and Mars.

###### Flight of the Butterflies | 3D

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A scientific adventure story about the remarkable Monarch butterfly which makes one of the longest migrations on Earth with pinpoint navigational accuracy to a secluded place it has never been. Follow the monarchs' perilous and extraordinary journey through the story of an intrepid scientist's 40-year search to find their remote hideaway in the mountains of Mexico.

**Duration: 44 mins.** | **Rating: All Ages**

###### Food Science Demos

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**Included in General Admission** | Located in the entrance to *Theory*, Food Science Demos feature hands-on activities and experiments all about the science behind the food we eat. Visitors can test foods for protein, learn how much sugar is in certain drinks, test soil pH for planting vegetables, put together a map of Oregon agriculture and much, much more!

###### Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Secret Ocean

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Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of ocean pioneer Jacques Cousteau, offers a breakthrough look at a secret world within the ocean that is perhaps the biggest story of all—that the smallest life in the sea is the mightiest force on which we all depend. Alongside marine biologist Holly Lohuis, he invites viewers to dive into this whole new world that will leave them in awe of the beauty and diversity of the oceans – the source of all life on our planet – and inspire an even stronger desire to protect what they have either seen for the first time or perhaps re-discovered along the journey.

Narrated by renowned oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle, Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Secret Oceanintroduces audiences to over 30 species, illuminating behaviors captured for the first time thanks to the development of new tools that allow underwater filming in 3D, ultra-HD 5K, slow motion, macro, and with motion control, and takes them to remarkable and vibrant environments such as the Bahamas, Fiji, and Bimini.

**Duration: 40 mins.** | **Rating: All Ages **

###### Journey To Space

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A celebration of space exploration, *Journey to Space* is a tribute to international cooperation in space research and a vision toward our near-term future beyond Earth’s orbit – a manned mission to Mars within a generation. Beautifully and inspiringly chronicling our history in space – including the shuttle program, MIR, the International Space Station and the Hubble telescope – *Journey to Space* recognizes these milestones in the context of our future in the cosmos, what we’ve learned, and how to apply this knowledge to deep space missions. The film takes audiences on a behind-the-scenes tour of the international effort to send astronauts to Mars within the next 20 years, culminating in a virtual voyage to the Red Planet. Dazzling and meticulous computer imagery depicts the new machines that will soon enter into our lexicon – Orion, Olympus, SLS rockets – spacecraft, habitats, landers, and vehicles necessary to achieve interplanetary travel, touchdown and colonization.

*Journey to Space* taps into the same human fervor and fascination that makes science fiction so popular, our unquenchable drive to explore and discover what lies beyond. This film, though, is not fiction. Mars is the next step in what will be an unending human odyssey to explore the cosmos. Journey to Space is about the next chapter, a vision certain to inspire today’s young explorers and dreamers. It is time to take the next great leap into space. It is time for our species, in the words of Carl Sagan, to “set sail across the cosmic ocean.” Next stop… Mars!

**Duration: 40 mins.** | **Rating: All Ages**

Presented by Toyota and Boeing, *Journey to Space* is an immersive film produced by K2 Communications and Giant Screen Films in association with the Giant Dome Theater Consortium. Additional production support and consultation was provided by The Smithsonian Institute, The Kennedy Space Center, the California Science Center and NASA.

OMSI's presentation of *Journey to Space* is supported by the Portland Metro Toyota Dealers Association.

###### Live Music at OMSI

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Included in General Admission | Don’t miss your next favorite band at OMSI! We’ve invited musicians of all ages from the Portland community to share their love of music and live performance throughout the duration of our featured exhibit, *GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World*. These events are free with general admission and will take place within the exhibit on our Science Stage located in the Featured Hall. All shows begin at 12PM and run until 12:45. Upcoming performances include:

NOV 27 | Bob Bakke (Solo)

NOV 28 | Cignoture (Rock Trio)

NOV 29 | Waffle Taco (Flute Duo)

DEC 5 | Tanner Cundy (Guitarist)

DEC 6 | The Portland School of Rock House Band (Rock)

DEC 12 | Singing in the Rain (Wilson High School A Capella)

DEC 13 | Marti Mendenhall (Jazz Singer)

DEC 19 | Subterranean Jack (Funk, Rock)

DEC 20 | When We Met (Alternative, Rock)

DEC 21 | Doug Smith (Acoustic Guitar)

DEC 22 | White Polar Bear Tundra (Rock)

DEC 23 | Gayle Ritt (Singer)

DEC 24 | Solovox (Live Electronic)

DEC 26 | Mark Seymour (Folk, Americana)

DEC 27 | Mr. Ben (Children’s Music)

DEC 28-29 | Chapter II (Rock, Pop)

DEC 31 | Bridgeless (Modern Fusion)

JAN 1 | Wolf and Raven (Country, Bluegrass)

JAN 2 | Ethos Music Center (Student Band)

JAN 3 | PDX Broadsides (Nerd)

JAN 9 | Jeff Lancaster (Guitar)

JAN 10 | Cascade Harmony Chorus (A Capella)

**Thank you to all of our previous performers for making the Season of Music Science at OMSI a great one!**

Pretty Gritty (Americana Country)

Marie Black and Holistic Voice Lab (Choir)

Keeper Keeper (Indie/Alternative)

My Voice Music (Student Band)

Funktown PDX (Funk, Jazz)

Oregon Guitar Quartet (Guitarists)

Youth Music Project presents Peter McCoid (Blues/Rock Guitarist)

Nick Superchi (Pianist)

Youth Music Project Guitar Showcase (Student Performers)

Nestler & Hawtin (Acoustic Folk)

###### Perfect Little Planet

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Imagine the ultimate space vacation! Discover our solar system through a new set of eyes – a family from another star system seeking the perfect vacation spot. Fly over the surface of Pluto, our best known Dwarf Planet. Dive over the ice cliffs of Miranda. Sail through the rings of Saturn. Feel the lightning storms of Jupiter. And walk on the surface of Mars. Which destination would you choose? A solar system journey for space travelers of all ages.

###### Prehistoric Planet: Walking with Dinosaurs | 3D

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Join narrator Benedict Cumberbatch on an extraordinary journey back in time to the Alaska of 70 million years ago. Through the latest in CGI technology, BBC Earth invites you to witness the most authentic dinosaur experience ever to be presented on the Giant Screen.

The adventure begins with a herd of large, plant-eating dinosaurs – Pachyrhinosaurus. The film follows their youngsters through the seasons and the challenges of growing up and establishing themselves in this prehistoric world. From the moment they hatch, they face predators, extremes of weather and natural disasters as they fight for survival.

Huge bone beds, found in Alaska and Alberta, reveal that pachyrhinosaurs roamed in vast herds. They very likely undertook epic migrations and had complex social lives, just as animals in large herds do today. Following them on their migrations, we encounter various other species they likely met and interacted with, including the fierce Nanuqsaurus, the top predator of the day.

For this immersive Giant Screen experience, the bodies and movements of the different Cretaceous era species have been precisely recreated from the fossil evidence. Their behaviour is derived from both palaeontology and a detailed knowledge of the behaviour of modern animals, giving these animated creatures an amazing degree of realism.

With its ambitious CGI visuals, Prehistoric Planet: Walking With Dinosaurs reveals the story behind the lives of the dinosaurs and the challenges they faced during a constant battle of survival in the ancient world.

**Duration: 40 mins.** | **Rating: All Ages**

###### Chemistry Lab

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**Included in General Admission** | The Chemistry Lab offers a wide variety of hands-on experiments and activities, and gives visitors the opportunity to safely mix, measure, and pour chemicals. The Chem Lab website is also the home of Experiencing Chemistry, a unique online resource for chemistry curriculum and engaging experiments.