Thursday, April 28, 2016

A Beautiful Planet IMAX film at the Ontario Science Centre

A Beautiful Planet
Nighttime view of Spain and the Mediterranean as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet. © 2016 IMAX Corporation. Photo courtesy of NASA.

Entertainment's space epic A Beautiful Planet made in cooperation with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) opens on April 29 at IMAX® Ontario Science Centre. We enjoyed watching a preview of this amazing film. I love how the film portrays the beauty of Earth - how unique and far beyond our imagination everything is, which is not possible by anyone but God. Watching this film made us appreciate the beauty of Earth more, and think about the changes we can make in our own lifestyle to preserve the beauty of Earth. 
A Beautiful Planet
The stunning real life footage in this IMAX® documentary were captured by astronauts aboard the International Space Station for 15 months. The film narrated by Jennifer Lawrence shows the effects humanity has had on Earth over time, and how our actions and consumption is affecting everything on the planet - especially water. 

The film making team from Hubble 3D and Space Station 3D reunite to make this film with producer and director Toni Myers, a Toronto native, who also wrote and edited the film.
A Beautiful Planet
A scene from the IMAX® film A Beautiful Planet – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Kimiya Yui unpacks a supply of fresh fruit delivered to the International Space Station via Japan’s Kounotori 5 H11 (HTV5) unmanned cargo transfer spacecraft. © 2016 IMAX Corporation. Photo courtesy of NASA.

Be part of the astronomy and space sciences adventure Science Odyssey from May 9 to 14, 2016 with the Ontario Science Centre by participating in the activities below, you can share your adventure using the hashtag #OdySci. This is a nationwide celebration of science led by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC). 
  • Mercury’s Rising – Monday, May 9 Safely observe the Sun through specially-filtered telescopes as the planet Mercury performs a rare transit across the Sun for the first time in 10 years.
  • Daily Solar Observing – Tuesday, May 10 - Saturday, May 14 Learn about our nearest star and try your eye at spotting exotic surface features, including sunspots, spicules, and prominences through specially-filtered telescopes.
  • Speaker's Night with the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada – Wednesday, May 11 Join University of Toronto PhD candidate Sara Mazrouei as she discusses about planetary geology, lunar impacts and how our Moon’s history is linked to the Earth's distant past.
  • Unbelievable Universe Star Party – Saturday, May 14 Celebrate International Astronomy Day with telescope observing, interactive space-themed activities and crafts, "Science Slam" presentations and special screenings of the new IMAX® space epic A Beautiful Planet.
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11 comments:

  1. Sounds like lots of fun. It would be great for my grandson, but live too far away!

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  2. That would be the coolest thing to see!

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  3. This is so awesome. I have been the Imax at the Science Centre and love it.. Something I hope to do this summer with the kids.

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  4. Love the programs that the Science centre offers.

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  5. So incredible to have had that experience, but the show will be awesome too
    jan

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  6. Wow! Would love to take my granddaughter...she would love, love, love it!

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  7. This sounds like a fun experience, I'm a bit wary though, is this a 3D film?

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  8. What an incredible experience that would be! So fun!

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  9. This looks like so much fun!

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