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This Week at the FLEET & Beyond ~ August 23, 2013!

Pioneers, Chocolate and Dolphins Edition

August 23, 2013

Reuben H Fleet Science Center 40th Anniversary logo
Reuben H Fleet Science Center 40th Anniversary logo
ScholarShare logo
ScholarShare logo
Science on the Rocks logo
Science on the Rocks logo
Nano - Mom helps move the magnetite sand at "Small, Smaller, Nano"
Mom helps move the magnetite sand at "Small, Smaller, Nano"
Nano - Dad lends a hand with magnetite sand at "Small, Smaller, Nano"
Dad lends a hand with magnetite sand at "Small, Smaller, Nano"
Nano - Families work together to "Balance Our Nano Future"
Families work together to "Balance Our Nano Future"
Nano -  	Mon and son keep the world from tipping at "Balance Our Nano Future"
Mon and son keep the world from tipping at "Balance Our Nano Future"
Nano - Totally engrossed in the properties of magnetite sand at "Small, Smaller, Nano"
Totally engrossed in the properties of magnetite sand at "Small, Smaller, Nano"
Nano -  	Learn about size and proportion as you "Build a Giant Carbon Nanotube"
Learn about size and proportion as you "Build a Giant Carbon Nanotube"
Nano - Every atom counts when you "Build a Giant Carbon Nanotube"
Every atom counts when you "Build a Giant Carbon Nanotube"
Nano - Checking out the final version of a "Giant Carbon Nanotube"
Checking out the final version of a "Giant Carbon Nanotube"
Nano - It takes a village to "Balance Our Nano Future"
It takes a village to "Balance Our Nano Future"
Nano - Trying a series of interactive challenges at "I Spy Nano"
Trying a series of interactive challenges at "I Spy Nano"
Nano - Mom can help "Build a Giant Carbon Nanotube"
Mom can help "Build a Giant Carbon Nanotube"
Nano - Mom can help "Build a Giant Carbon Nanotube"
Mom can help "Build a Giant Carbon Nanotube"

 

 

This Week at the FLEET & Beyond!

August 23, 2013

 

For More Information, Please Contact:
Susan Chicoine: Public Relations Manager
schicoine@rhfleet.org  619.325.9416/Cell | 619.685.5743/Office

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center  1875 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101

 

 

 

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On the Fly features multiple daily performances by small-scale unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), complemented by interactive stations where visitors can create flying objects of their own and then test them out using wind tubes or a motorized airplane launcher. A digital media kiosk highlights current events involving unmanned flight technology and its uses.  

 

 

 

“EXPLOR-O-RAMA ~

Get Your Hands On Science”

Our newest Main Gallery exhibition combines some of our all-time favorites with never-seen-before interactive exhibits from San Francisco’s Exploratorium. This collection features opportunities to explore mechanics, motion, math, hearing, electricity and many other interconnected areas of science— sometimes all at the same time!  Look for new challenges with the Bicycle Wheel Gyro, Strobe Flower and Magnetic Wave Machine, and enjoy the return of popular favorites the Whisper Dishes, Tornado and Pedal Generator!

This exhibition has been funded in part by the County of San Diego

 

 

 

 “NANO: Imagine and Discover a World You Can’t See!” is an interactive exhibition that engages family audiences with hands-on exhibits that present the basics of nanoscience and engineering, introduce some real-world applications and explore the societal and ethical implications of this new technology. “NANO” was created by the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network (NISE Network) with support from the National Science Foundation.

 

 

 

All aboard for a wonderful IMAX® giant screen experience by award-winning filmmaker Stephen Low, weaving together spectacular aerial cinematography, archival photographs and maps and the potent energy and rhythms of a live steam locomotive to immerse audiences in this remarkable story from the age of steam, for the ultimate in railway travel.

Rocky Mountain Express received top honors for Best Film and was awarded Best Film Short Subject and Best Cinematography by the Giant Screen Cinema Association (GSCA). Rocky Mountain Express propels audiences on a present-day steam train journey through the breathtaking vistas of the Canadian Rockies and relates the extraordinary story of the building of the nation’s first transcontinental railway. The completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) in 1885 ranks among the greatest engineering feats in history. Ride the rails along deep river canyons and over high mountain passes—discover some of the most beautiful and rugged landscapes on Earth, and join in the human drama and epic engineering that shaped a continent.

 

 

 

 

The iconic monarch butterfly is a true marvel of nature. It weighs less than a penny, yet it makes one of the longest migrations on Earth across a continent, with pinpoint navigational accuracy, to a secluded place it has never been. Join the monarchs' perilous and extraordinary journey while following an intrepid scientist’s 40-year search to find the monarchs’ secret hideaway. Featuring breathtaking cinematography, an award-winning production team, a true scientific mystery, and hundreds of millions of real butterflies.

 

 

 

 

An extraordinary journey to the top of the world, the ultimate tale of survival. A mother polar bear and her two seven-month-old cubs navigate the changing Arctic wilderness they call home. Captivating, adventurous and intimate footage of their struggle to survive in a frigid environment of melting ice, immense glaciers, spectacular waterfalls and majestic snow-bound peaks.

Final performances September 3

 

 

 

 

 Cosmic Collisions is a spectacular immersive digital theater experience narrated by award-winning actor, director and producer Robert Redford. Featuring stunning images from space and breathtaking visualizations based on cutting-edge scientific data, it reveals the unimaginable, explosive encounters that shaped our solar system, changed the course of life on Earth and continue to transform our galaxy and dynamic universe. From subatomic particles to the largest galaxies, cosmic collisions are a universal force of nature. This new digital show offers an unprecedented and extraordinary view of the hypersonic events—both catastrophic and constructive—that have shaped our world and our universe.

 

 

 

Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West. August 23–29

The journey that shaped a nation is re-created in this film, which depicts the great hardships and incredible scenery the explorers encountered.

 

 

 

Grand Canyon Adventure

August 30–September 5

Travel deep into the Grand Canyon on a 15-day river-rafting trip.  Your pulse will quicken as you join this thrilling ride downriver through raging rapids and breathtaking canyons.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1)

Explorer Aficionado and Author JIM THOMAS Will Sign His Book CORPS OF DISCOVERY! Join Us SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 for the 2PM Screening of Lewis And Clark: Great Journey West and Learn More About This Great American Adventure From an Expert!

 

What:

Author and Fleet favorite Jim Thomas will be dressed in period garb to sign copies of Corps of Discovery, his informative narrative about Lewis and Clark, available in the North Star Science Store. See the 2PM film and meet Mr. Thomas before or after Sunday’s 40th Anniversary Fleet Fan Fave Film Festival presentation of Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West, which re-creates the journey that shaped a nation and explores the great hardships and incredible scenery the explorers encountered. Mr. Thomas’ abiding interest in the Lewis and Clark expedition was piqued by a small book about Sacagewea. Finding most other books on the subject a bit dry, he chose to use facts from the journals but fictionalize the explorers’ conversations in order to make the story more interesting.

 

When:

Sunday, August 25; 1:30–3PM; film 2PM

Where:

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

Cost:

Free with admission to the Science Center galleries.

 

2)

Our Yummiest SCIENCE ON THE ROCKS Yet Returns OCTOBER 17, with CHOCOLATE UNWRAPPED: The SCIENCE Of FLAVOR! Last Year’s Party Sold Out in a Heartbeat, So Like Us on Facebook To Get Your Tickets The Moment They Go On Sale!

 

What:

The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center’s popular Science on the Rocks event series continues in October with Chocolate Unwrapped—the Science of Flavor. The event will feature a chocolate and beer pairing with chocolate from local chocolatier Eclipse Chocolate, wine tasting and flavorful samples from local restaurants and breweries. In addition to enjoying the delicious fare, partygoers will discover the facts about flavor through fun presentations and hands-on activities. DJ Will Hernandez and drummer Dre (Drumbeats by Dre) will be performing these guys know how to get a party rockin'! Stay tuned to find out what breweries and yummy restos will be featured … mmmmm chocolate!

 

When:

SOTR Facebook friends will hear it first when tickets go onsale: https://www.facebook.com/ScienceOnTheRocks

Where:

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

Cost:

$25 (general admission, $20 for members and Fleet/Balboa Park employees (only); $35/$30 day of event, if available

 

3)

It’s Challenge Saturday for WIND POWER––Who Will Build the Most Eco-Friendly Vehicle? Don’t Miss the Fun at FAMILY SCIENCE SATURDAYS in August!

 

What:

Join us for Challenge Saturday, a month’s work of thinkering creativity culminating in a visitor contest to create amazing vehicles for a wind-powered race and to write essays on the creative new uses of wind power for the future. Tinkering Studio Coordinators guide families in dreaming up, visualizing and creating the most outrageous wind-driven devices, challenging everyone to play and learn together as a team. The wide variety of possible devices provides an opportunity to investigate the mechanics of air movement and learn how wind power contributes to the production of energy and the advancement of new technologies.

 

When:

Saturday, August 24 & 31; 1PM–3PM

Where:

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center Tinkering Studio

Cost:

Activities included with admission.

 

4)

TickTock. Time Change. The Fleet Summer Hours Will Come to an End on SEPTEMBER 2!

 

What:

Just a friendly reminder––as the fabulous summer season wends to a close and kids go back to school, our hours of operation are shifting! Summer hours of 10AM–6PM continue daily through Labor Day, September 2.

Regular hours return September 3: Monday through Thursday, 10AM–5PM and Friday through Sunday, 10AM–6PM.

The exception of course is the first Wednesday of each month: 10AM–8PM, when we remain open for showings of The Sky Tonight at 6PM and 7:15PM.

As always, our “Thinkering” Studio hours are 12noon–5PM.

There will not be a Senior Monday lecture or special film due to Labor Day holiday on September 2; Senior Monday admission prices still apply

 

When:

Hours change September 3, 2013

Where:

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

Cost:

Make your plans early to have enough time to play!

 

5)

Galileo Challenged His Generation About the Earth’s Position in the Galaxy. Now It’s your Turn––Test the Culinary Status Quo with the Savory Specials of GALILEO’S CAFÉ at the Fleet!

 

What:

Galileo’s Café serves up delicious, affordable classics like chili cheese dogs, chicken salads and pizza, but what if you are more adventurous? Does Galileo’s Café live up to its name and challenge the culinary status quo just as Galileo himself challenged his generation about the Earth’s position in the galaxy? The answer is … yes! It offers its customers daily specials that excite both taste buds and wallets. From pulled pork dirty chips to loaded Chicago dogs, Galileo’s Café has a variety of flavors for you to experience, often reflecting the season. The Summer Solstice Salad is an expression of summer’s bright colors and refreshing breezes, with bright mandarin orange slices and fresh strawberries topped with a delicate raspberry vinaigrette—a perfect for a summer day at Balboa Park. Prices for the daily specials are exceptionally reasonable (under $10). There is even a family special meal that feeds four, featuring a 10-inch pepperoni pizza, four regular soft drinks and four bags of chips, all for only $21.95.

AND you don’t have to purchase an admission to the Fleet to eat here. We invite all Balboa Park visitors to enjoy the tasty delights that Galileo’s Café has to offer, whether you order from the café and enjoy patio seating, or you take your meal and eat in the park or at the fountain during your lunch break.

 

When:

Open daily during regular business hours

Where:

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

Cost:

Menu items vary, from snacks and beverages to full meals.

 

6)

"Flipper, do you love me?"* The Desire to Uncover Human Meaning in Animal Behavior Is as Old as Humankind Itself. Intelligent, Curious and Playful, Dolphins Have Inspired Fascination and Fable for Centuries. Find Out Why as DOLPHINS Returns to the FLEET, SEPTEMBER 6–30 Only!

 

What:

Imagine you are a marine biologist working in the crystalline, turquoise waters of the Bahamas. Sunlight dances off the rippled, white sand banks. Swimming alongside you are some of the most graceful and extraordinary creatures on earth—wild dolphins. While few of us will ever have the chance to encounter a dolphin in the wild, you'll feel like you're in the water with these magnificent animals as scientist Dr. Kathleen Dudzinski and her colleagues lead you on an exploration into their fascinating world. From the dazzling coral reefs of the Bahamas to the wind-swept seas of Patagonia, take an underwater adventure with inquisitive Atlantic spotted dolphins, acrobatic dusky dolphins and the familiar bottlenose dolphin. *Actor Luke Halpin, Flipper

 

FYI: To The Arctic will melt away after September 3, except for its IMAX® en Español screening on September 15 at 4PM.

 

When:

Daily, September 6–30 only

Where:

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center Eugene Heikoff and Marilyn Jacobs Heikoff Giant Dome Theater

Cost:

Giant Dome Theater Admission (1 film + access to all eight exhibit galleries): Members: Adults $13, Seniors $11, Children $10; Nonmembers: Adults $17,  Seniors $15, Children $14

 

 

 

7)

Be That “Special” Grandparent Who Shows the Kids a Great Time with Giant AirZookas, Windtubes,! Dig Tables and Photo Opp Character Gates! Join Us to Celebrate National GRANDPARENTS DAY with FREE ADMISSION on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, Brought to You by Our Friends at SCHOLARSHARE!

 

What:

ScholarShare has generously sponsored many of our recent public programs–and some of their cool exhibits will be out on September 9 for National Grandparents Day! Check out our new Giant AirZooka (an air cannon!), the Windtunnel and Demonstration Tables, or take a great “career day” photo in our fun character cutouts! Come on down to the Fleet and join us for hands-on science fun as grandparents and their grandkids (2 kids free per grandparent) celebrate together. FREE admission to the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center’s exhibit galleries is brought to you by the ScholarShare College Savings Plan. Grandkids are invited to bring their grandparents to the Fleet for a day of in our eight interactive exhibit galleries, including On the Fly: Technology Takes Off, the new and gloriously restored Block Busters! and the Tinkering Studio!

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When:

Sunday, September 8

Where:

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

Cost:

Grandparents and Grandchildren can pick up their free exhibit gallery pass at the ticket counter upon arrival.

 

Grandparents Day is brought to you by ScholarShare College Savings Plan

 

 

8)

Our Scintillating “Pas de Quatre” Is Stopping Visitors in Their Tracks, Eager to Watch the Quadricopters Dance—Then Explore Aerodynamics and Flight Technology in ON THE FLY: Technology Takes Off!

 

What:

“On the Fly” features multiple daily performances by small-scale unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), complemented by interactive stations where visitors can create flying objects of their own and test them out using wind tubes or a motorized airplane launcher. A digital media kiosk highlights current events involving unmanned flight technology and its uses.

The UAVs take flight in a temporary arena in the Main Gallery—hovering, moving, reassembling and reshaping the space. The entire performance is controlled by a laptop. This fascinating display highlights the unique characteristics of the UAVs and how they fly, using magnetometers, pressure sensors, ultrasound sensors, gyroscopes rotors and motors.

After enjoying the show, you can apply the principles of aerodynamics to create your own aircraft in “On the Fly.” The Fleet provides the supplies, and you provide your creativity. See how well your creation takes flight by testing it out in a wind tube or sending it into the sky with the motorized airplane launcher.

 

When:

N0w through December 31, 2013

Where:

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

Cost:

Participation is included with gallery admission.

 

EXHIBITIONS:

“On the Fly: Technology Takes Off” (through December 31, 2013)

“Explor-O-Rama—Get Your Hands On Science” (through June 1, 2014)

“Nano: Imagine and Discover a World You Can’t See!”  (ongoing)

Tinkering Studio”  (ongoing)

“Cellular Journey” (ongoing)

“Block Busters!” (ongoing)

“So WATT! An Illuminating Look at Energy” (ongoing)

“Kid City” (ongoing)

“San Diego’s Water: From Source to Tap” (ongoing)

“Aging for All Ages” (ongoing)

“Origins in Space” (ongoing)

“Gallery of Illusions & Perceptions” (ongoing)

 

GIANT DOME THEATER SHOWS:

For a Full Schedule of Shows and Times:

Daily Schedule

PLANETARIUM SHOW:

Cosmic Collisions––A spectacular immersive theater experience, narrated by award-winning actor, director and producer Robert Redford. Featuring stunning images from space and breathtaking visualizations based on cutting-edge scientific data—revealing the unimaginable, explosive encounters that shaped our solar system, changed the course of life on Earth and continue to transform our galaxy and dynamic universe.

 

IMAX® FILMS:

Rocky Mountain Express propels audiences on a steam train journey through the breathtaking vistas of the Canadian Rockies and highlights the adventure of building a nearly impossible transcontinental railway. Spectacular IMAX aerial cinematography, archival photographs and maps, and the potent energy and rhythms of a live steam locomotive immerse audiences in this remarkable story form the age of steam.

 

Flight of the Butterflies—The iconic monarch butterfly is a true marvel of nature. It weighs less than a penny, yet it makes one of the longest migrations on Earth across a continent, with pinpoint navigational accuracy, to a secluded place it has never been. You’ll join the monarchs' perilous and extraordinary journey while following an intrepid scientist’s 40-year search to find the monarchs’ secret hideaway. Featuring breathtaking cinematography, an award-winning production team, a true scientific mystery, and hundreds of millions of real butterflies, Flight of the Butterflies soars on the giant IMAX® Dome screen.

 

To The Arctic—An extraordinary journey to the top of the world, a compelling tale of survival, with global implications. A mother polar bear and her two seven-month-old cubs navigate the changing Arctic wilderness they call home. Captivating, adventurous, and intimate footage of their struggle to survive in a frigid environment of melting ice, immense glaciers, spectacular waterfalls, and majestic snow-bound peaks. Narrated by Oscar® winner Meryl Streep, audiences are transported to one of the most remote and spectacularly beautiful places in the world and experience an emotional story of love, family and hope.  To The Arctic is now available En Español on the headsets, channel 3. Final performances Tuesday, September 3

 

FLEET 40TH ANNIVERSARY FAN FAVE FILM FESTIVAL:

 

August 23–29—Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West. The journey that shaped a nation is re-created in this film, which depicts the great hardships and incredible scenery the explorers encountered.

 

August 30–September 5—Grand Canyon Adventure. Travel deep into the Grand Canyon on a 15-day river-rafting trip.  Your pulse will quicken as you join this thrilling ride downriver through raging rapids and breathtaking canyons.

 

If you would like complimentary media tickets to visit the exhibitions or see an IMAX film or Planetarium show, please contact Susan Chicoine directly with your request: schicoine@rhfleet.org or (619) 685-5743 or (619) 325-9416/cell.  Let me know what date works for you and how many you need, and I will leave passes at the will-call window in your name.

 

 

SUMMER HOURS: Daily, July 5—Labor Day

                                Monday–Sunday:                            10AM–6PM

                                Tinkering Studio hours:               12noon–5PM

 

REGULAR HOURS: (beginning September 3)

                                Monday–Thursday:                         10AM–5PM

                                First Wednesday of month:        10AM–8PM

                                Friday, Saturday, Sunday:           10AM–6PM

                                Tinkering Studio hours:               12noon–5PM

 

 

NEW FLEET PRICES, applicable as of JULY 1, 2013:

                                GALLERY ADMISSION (access to all eight exhibit galleries):

                                Members free; Nonmembers: Adults $13, Seniors $12, Children $11

                                GIANT DOME THEATER ADMISSION (1 film or 1 planetarium show + access to all eight exhibit galleries):

                                Members: Adults $13, Seniors $11, Children $10; Nonmembers: Adults $17,  Seniors $15, Children $14

                                “The Sky Tonight” Live Planetarium Show ADMISSION

                                Members: Adults $12, Seniors $11, Children $10;

                                Nonmembers: Adults $14, Seniors $13, Children $12

                                Free Tuesdays Show ADMISSION

                                Members: Adults/Seniors/Children $9; Nonmembers: Adults/Seniors/Children $10

                                Add a Second Show

                                Members: Adults/Seniors/Children $6;                                 Nonmembers: Adults/Seniors/Children $7

 

PUBLIC CONTACT INFORMATION:

Phone: (619) 238-1233

Address: 1875 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101

Website: www.rhfleet.org

 

 

 

Other Great Events Coming Up in AUGUST & SEPTEMBER:

 

AUGUST 27—Astronomy Event: Neptune at Opposition

 

AUGUST 30—30th Anniversary of the First African American in Space, Astronaut Guion “Guy” Buford

 

SEPTEMBER 2––No Senior Monday lecture or special film due to Labor Day holiday; Senior Monday admission prices still apply

 

SEPTEMBER 4—Origami with Bruce Gemmell. The traditional art of paper folding has evolved into a venerable modern art form with solid foundations in math and science. A flat sheet of material is transformed into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques. Tinkering Studio Coordinator Gemmell has taught architecture both in the US and abroad. This event will be held the first Wednesday of each month. 4PM–7PM. Participation is included with gallery admission.

 

SEPTEMBER 4––The Sky Tonight: Constellations of the Southern Sky. Did you know that there are constellations that cannot be seen from San Diego? Some constellations can only be seen from the southern hemisphere of the Earth. Join us in September to learn about the constellations of the southern sky. Our popular monthly live planetarium show of the sky in SD that night reaches a new level of stunning full-color visuals and incredibly realistic simulations of cosmic phenomena with our new state-of-the-art digital GSX™ projection system. A professional astronomer leads backyard stargazers through the universe. Weather and operational requirement permitting, the SD County Astronomy Association provides free telescope viewing outdoors on the Prado in Balboa Park. This is a separate event held on the first Wednesday of each month. 7PM & 8:15PM

 

SEPTEMBER 7/14/21/28—Family Science Saturdays––Bridges. Tinkering Studio Coordinator Bruce Gemmell is an architect who will share his knowledge of building bridges. Learn the fascinating history and nature of bridges, the integral concepts underlying their construction, and the various types of bridges in common uses today. Challenge Saturday, the last Saturday of each month, will culminate in two visitor contests––build bridges to cross our challenging chasm––first an ultimate strength challenge to see whose bridge will support the most weight, second to explore the ratio of strength to load-bearing capability, or whose bridge can support the most times its own weight. Activities included with admission. 1PM–3PM

 

SEPTEMBER 8—Astronomy Event: Conjunction of Moon and Venus; Conjunction of Venus and Saturn

 

SEPTEMBER 12–OCTOBER 6––Young Scientists session 1 “Exploring Earth” will delve into Landforms, Geology Rocks!, Water Wonders and Awesome Animals. Preschoolers age 3–5 (and a parent) explore the scientific wonders of the world through experimentation, investigation and scientific questioning. Four 4-week sessions run monthly. Limited to eight students per class. Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday morning. 9AM–10:30AM. Members $75, non-members $85. See more at: http://www.rhfleet.org/events/young-scientists#sthash.EJgA3PcG.dpuf

 

SEPTEMBER 14—Saturday Science Club for Girls: PicoCrickets. Program and design your own PicoCricket!  PicoCrickets combine science, art, and technology to build gadgets that light up, spin, make music and even purr! Girls in grades 5–8 can join the Fleet on the second Saturday of each month to investigate exciting science topics. 12 noon–2PM; Members $12, nonmembers $14; must pre-register by calling (619) 238-1233 x806.

 

SEPTEMBER 15—IMAX® en Español––To the Arctic. Un viaje extraordinario a la cima del mundo, To The Arctic es el cuento supremo de supervivencia. La pelicúla lleva audiencias a un viaje nunca experienciado en las vidas de una osa blanca y sus dos cachorros de siete meses de edad, mientras navegan por los cambios del ártico un lugar que ellos llaman hogar. En esta presentación  de IMAX en español. IMAX en Español es una oportunidad para usted y su familia que disfruten las películas IMAX en español cada tercer domingo del mes. Adicionalmente audífonos sin costo para quienes deseen escuchar el audio en español siempre están disponibles para las películas que se presentan con el audio original en Ingles. El costo de admisión para las películas incluye acceso a todo el museo Fleet y las más de 100 exhibiciones científicas  a la mano de todas edades. Varias de nuestras exhibiciones ofrecen explicaciones en español. 4PM

SEPTEMBER 15—IMAX® en Español––To the Arctic. An extraordinary journey to the top of the world, this ultimate tale of survival film takes audiences on a never-before-experienced journey into the lives of a mother polar bear and her two seven-month-old cubs as they navigate the changing Arctic wilderness they call home. Captivating, adventurous, and intimate footage brings moviegoers up close and personal with this family’s struggle to survive in a frigid environment of melting ice, immense glaciers, spectacular waterfalls, and majestic snow-bound peaks.   IMAX en Español is an opportunity for you and your family to enjoy IMAX films in Spanish. Additionally, headsets are always available free of charge for audiences to listen to available Spanish soundtracks when films with English soundtracks play. Admission includes one film and the Fleet’s exhibit galleries, which feature more than 100 hands-on exhibits for all ages. Many of our exhibits feature bilingual explanatory text. 4PM.

 

SEPTEMBER 28—Smithsonian Day free admission with their coupon

 

 

Event information subject to change.

For More Information, Please Contact:
Susan Chicoine: Public Relations Manager
schicoine@rhfleet.org  619.325.9416/Cell | 619.685.5743/Office

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center 1875 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
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About the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center (“the Fleet”) is home to Southern California’s only IMAX® Dome Theater and 100+ hands-on science exhibits for all ages. Watch immersive giant-screen films in the Heikoff Dome Theater, featuring the world’s first NanoSeam™ Dome screen in an IMAX Theater. The Fleet is the first Giant Dome Theater in the country to share a digital planetarium with an IMAX Dome theater, following the recent installation of a new, state-of-the-art, giant dome screen digital GSX™ system from Global Immersion, which augments the existing IMAX® projector in the Heikoff Dome Theater with one of the most comprehensive and powerful full-dome experiences available today. The digital system not only enhances our planetarium capabilities but expands the possibilities for sustainable institutional programming that could include evening programming with cultural content of various kinds. Experience eight galleries of fun, interactive exhibits, including major traveling exhibitions. A hurricane simulator thrills visitors with gusts of wind up to 80 miles per hour. Enjoy sandwiches, salads and healthy treats in Galileo’s Café. Find unique educational toys and games, books, IMAX DVDs and more in the North Star Science Store. Located at 1875 El Prado, two blocks south of the San Diego Zoo on Park Blvd, the Fleet Science Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the public understanding and enjoyment of science and technology. For information regarding current admission prices, please call (619) 238-1233 or visit our website at www.rhfleet.org.