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Coral Reef Adventure

All images (C) MacGillvray Freeman Films.


Coral Reef Adventure: Silhouettes of two deep sea divers wearing scuba gear, one with 3 beam lights surrounding them submerged in deep ocean waters.

Coral Reef Adventure: The underwater film crew descends on a deep dive over 350 feet deep in Fiji. Their mission is to film the little-known deep reefs that live at the edge of the Twilight Zone.

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Coral Reef Adventure: An orange with white stripes clown fish hides in a pearl coloured anemone.

An anemone fish hides in the tentacles of an anemone in Fiji.

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Coral Reef Adventure: A dark haired man wearing a white long sleeve shirt and green shorts sits with another person (unseen except for legs) in an ultralight with yellow wings and red stripes as they fly over a coral reef in the ocean.

Howard Hall uses an ultralight to look for damaged or bleached coral off the coast of Tahiti.


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Coral Reef Adventure: Silhouettes of two people in scuba gear each carry a light beam and togethery carrying a piece of equipment at the bottom of the ocean.

Howard Hall and crew member maneuver the 250-pound IMAX camera and underwater housing in Fiji.


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Coral Reef Adventure: A diver, Jean-Michel Cousteau, leads a group of five teens on a scuba dive just below the surface.

Jean-Michel Cousteau leads a group of Fijian children on an eco-tour of their hometown reefs off the island of Gau.

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Coral Reef Adventure: A yellow ultra light aerial vehicle is shown flying over a coral reef.

Howard Hall uses an ultralight to search from the air for damaged and bleached coral off the coast of Tahiti.

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Coral Reef Adventure: A woman with dark hair, Michele Hall, and wearing goggles opens her mouth on the ocean floor to permit a cleaner shrimp to clean her teeth.

Michele Hall proves that cleaner shrimp, known for cleaning parasites from the mouths of fish, will enter the mouths of humans as well. But how do they know that Michele is not a predator? This is a new question for scientists!

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Coral Reef Adventure: Christmas Tree Worms (coloured blue, white, yellow, red and black) live in Porites coral in Fiji.

Christmas Tree Worms live in Porites coral in Fiji.

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Coral Reef Adventure: A beautiful thriving coral reef in Fiji with pink and yellow coral surrounded by schools of orange clown fish.

A beautiful thriving coral reef in Fiji.

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Coral Reef Adventure: A diver descends against a vibrant coral reef coloured in pink and orange surrounded by schools of fish.

A diver descends against a vibrant coral reef in Fiji.

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Amazon Adventure

Amazon Adventure: A dark haired European man sits in a bamboo hut wearing a white shirt looking at dead butterflies surrounded by other scientific items.

Henry Bates in Workshop.

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Amazon Adventure: A dark haired European man writes in a journal outside in the Amazon Rainforest.

Henry Bates in the Field.

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Amazon Adventure: A dark haired European man wearing a gray shirt and shorts and a dark haired South American man wearing gray shorts and no shirt, pull a rope together on slippery rocks with a waterfall in the background.

Henry Bates and Tando.


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Amazon Adventure: Henry Bates and Alfred Wallace.

Henry Bates and Alfred Wallace.


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Amazon Adventure: Two men on the Amazon River on a two sail boat called the Cuberta.

The Cuberta.

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Amazon Adventure: The Amazon River waving about the Amazon Rainforest.

Amazon River.

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Amazon Adventure: A sloth in a tree reaches for a branch.

Sloth Reach.

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Amazon Adventure: A Vine Lizard on a tree trunk surrounded with leaves.

Vine Lizard.

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Amazon Adventure: A dark haired European man looks into his hands in the Amazon Rainforest.

Magical Forest.

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Amazon Adventure: A picture of a spider in a tree in the Amazon Rainforest that looks like a yellow flower.

Flower or Spider.

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Inventorium

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Act. React. Interact. In our Inventorium.

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Inventorium: Little girl with black hair points to a laptop computer as a female researcher looks on.

Participate in studies through play and interactive activities to help local researchers make advancements in science and technology at Research Live!

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Inventorium: Picture of simple circuits and batteries connected with wires.

Learn about circuits at the Tech Bar.

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Inventorium: Little girl in a green summer top looks through a virtual reality machine.

Experience Virtual Reality at the Tech Bar.

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 Inventorium: picture of paper coffee cup with a latte and a chocolate powder heard with a flat, red plastic heart mould leaning against it and a glass canister with a handle filled with cocoa powder.

Grab a coffee in our Maker Bean Café.

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Inventorium: Picture of a blue sign that reads: "Customized Laser-cut Coasters" with actual wooden laser-cut coasters on display below the sign.

Buy customized laser-cut coasters and other items in our Maker Bean Café.

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Inventorium: picture of a young boy wearing a green shirt with Lego Avengers surrounded by wooden die-cut flowers and critters with a small fan in the corner.

Create wonderful gardens in our Maker Place.

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 Inventorium: Little girl with brown hair gluing a fin on a whimsical die-cut wooden critter.

Create whimsical creatures in our Maker Place.

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Inventorium: Little girl in a blue sundress moves a blue block along a grid of blue, yellow and red blocks.

Learn about circuits at the Tech Bar.

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 Inventorium logo on a card that reads: "Ontario Science Centre Inventorium: Play. Create. Connect."

Inventorium Logo on a card.

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Spherical shaped shelves with six rows of shelving the middle four rows have various potted plants growing on them lit in pink light all surrounded by chairs and benches.

What’s Growing On In Here? Surround yourself with nature in The Growroom, a vertical urban plant pavilion designed by the Space10 IKEA Lab.

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Spherical shaped shelves with three rows of shelving with various potted plants growing on them lit in pink light.

What’s Growing On In Here? Surround yourself with nature in The Growroom, a vertical urban plant pavilion designed by the Space10 IKEA Lab.

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DREAM BIG: Engineering Our World

Student engineering teams from the University of New South Wales in Australia wearing yellow vests with the UNSW logo walk along side a solar powered car that they designed and created while an Australian flag waves in the background.

Student engineering teams from around the world build sun-powered vehicles to compete in the World Solar Challenge, a 1,500-mile race across Australia to advance solar and transportation technology.

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Image of the Longjiang Bridge being built, the longest and highest suspension bridge in China.

The Longjiang Bridge is the longest and highest suspension bridge in China. Spanning a distance almost equal to the Golden Gate Bridge, the Longjiang towers 900 feet above a river gorge in western Yunnan Province. 

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Image of France’s cable-stayed Millau Viaduct, the tallest bridge in the world, rising 1,125 feet into the clouds and surrounded by the French countryside.

France’s cable-stayed Millau Viaduct is the tallest bridge in the world, rising 1,125 feet into the clouds. It is consistently ranked as one of the greatest engineering achievements of all time. Credit: Stephen Taylor.

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Engineer Steve Burrows, a middle aged man, walks through the innovative design of the Bird’s Nest Stadium in Beijing, China. He is surrounded by other people walking through the structure as well.

Engineer Steve Burrows walks through the innovative design of the Bird’s Nest Stadium in Beijing, China. Steel beams hide supports for the retractable roof giving the stadium the appearance of a bird's nest.

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Picture of The Great Wall of China, a large brick wall that people can walk on in the middle of a lush green mountainous field.

The Great Wall of China has endured for thousands of years. In Dream Big, viewers learn that in some sections of the wall, builders used sticky rice in the mortar, which enhanced its durability.Copyright: Sophy Ru.

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Engineers work on the final pieces of the Chameau footbridge in Haiti, a suspension foot bridge that resides over a river with Engineers wearing orange work vests and white hard hats adding planks of wood to finish this suspension foot bridge as it hovers over a shallow river.

Engineers work on the final pieces of the Chameau footbridge in Haiti. The Chameau Bridge will provide much-needed access to schools and medical care for isolated, rural families.

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Two Haitian schoolgirls wearing gray pleated skirts with red checkered tops and pink bows in their hair walk across the newly built Chameau Bridge, a suspension foot bridge that is suspended over a shallow river.

Haitian schoolgirls are among the first to walk across the newly built Chameau Bridge in Haiti. The bridge was built by the non-profit group Bridges to Prosperity, led by Avery Bang, which brings the benefits of engineering to developing countries.

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Picture of the Falkirk Wheel, a rotating boat lift in Scotland. There are four barges in the foreground of this image with the Falkirk Wheel, a reverse S-shaped structure with a central pivot system in the background in addition to a large glass building behind the structure.

The Falkirk Wheel, a rotating boatlift in Scotland. Lead architect Tony Kettle used a Lego model to demonstrate the mechanism to clients and funders.

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'Stinky' the robot completes a task during an underwater robot competition. The robot is made of plastic blue, yellow and orange pipes with yellow ropes lifting a bell-shaped sign that reads "remove and replace" all in an underwater setting in a pool.

'Stinky' the robot completes a task during an underwater robot competition. The team of high school engineers at Carl Hayden High School in Phoenix, Arizona surprised everyone with their robot and their ingenuity.

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Teenagers riding on a roller coaster with the arms up in the air on a warm, sunny day.

Engineer Menzer Pehlivan and a group of children enjoy a ride on a roller coaster; a feat of engineering that brings fun and thrills to people everywhere.

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The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System is pictured, a large circular array of solar panels in the middle of the desert with a central vertical structure.

The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System is the largest solar thermal power plant in the world. Located in the Mojave Desert, the Ivanpah deploys 173,500 heliostat mirrors and has a gross capacity of 392 megawatts. Engineers in the clean tech industry look for ways to use renewable energy to help build a more sustainable future.

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A male engineer with a hard hat walks on the suspension portion of The Golden Gate suspension bridge. One may see cars on the bridge and it is surrounded by water.

An engineer performs a routine inspection of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California. The Golden Gate is a suspension bridge designed by a team of engineers in the 1930s. Up until 1964, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world.

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A close-up view of the Shanghai Tower’s aerodynamic twist, a large building structure made of glass and metal.

A close-up view of the Shanghai Tower’s aerodynamic twist, which reduces the impact of typhoon winds on this 2073-foot, 128-story structure.

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Canada 150: Discovery Way

Four people (three men and one woman) stand around a large flash.

Ontario Science Centre Board Chair, Brian Chu (left), 2016 Weston Youth Innovation Award recipient, Emma Mogus, Ontario Science Centre CEO, Maurice Bitran, and Ontario Minister of Research, Innovation and Science Reza Moridi, light the ribbon at the official launch of the Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way, a new installation that showcases a variety of Canadian scientific discoveries, inventions and innovations.

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Three children examine a light bulb filament at an exhibit display about the creation of the light bulb.

Students from St. John XXII Catholic Elementary School in North York explore the Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way, a new installation that highlights the uniquely Canadian stories of scientific inventions and innovations.

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A gray exhibit panel that shows an image of Indigenous person wearing winter goggles made of bone as well as an older white gentleman with glasses and two men working on an electric wheel chair.

Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Curiosity panel showcases the early Inuit innovation of snow goggles, the invention of the Flight Data Recorder, and the discovery of stem cells, and celebrates Canadian innovator George Klein, basketball developer James Naismith, and inventor Willard Boyle. 

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A red exhibit panel showing a large photo of a white gentleman, a circle with the numbers for and symbol of pi, a large, green brain-like substance on the right with a monitor and plastic box in the middle.

Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Courage panel focuses on the pivotal role that teamwork played in Nobel prize-winning diabetes research and neutrinos particle discoveries, and demonstrates the ingenuity behind the creation of the egg carton, the theory of plate tectonics, the construction of the electron microscope and the calculation of Pi.

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A yellow exhibit panel with a female pilot pictured on the left, two plastic display boxes in the middle, one with a plane and the other with the first ever hockey mask, and the picture of an old European man in the lens of a telescope on the right with another plastic box that has a red book inside.

Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Critical Thinking panel celebrates Canadians Elsie MacGill, the trailblazing engineer behind the Hawker Hurricane fighter aircraft; Lewis Urry, creator of the alkaline battery; Wilbur Franks, inventor of the G-suit; Marcellus Gilmore Edson, creator of peanut butter; Bill Burchmore and Jacques Plante, the men behind the fibreglass hockey mask; Hubert Reeves, stellar science communicator; and William Osler, author of The Principles and Practice of Medicine.

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A beige exhibit panel that features two glass display cases on the right, one with a papoose, the other with the first jolly jumper, in the centre  there is a photo of an apple and a McIntosh computer, with a large image of a white man and another glass display case containing film clippings.

Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Observation panel celebrates the contributions of Canadian intellectual Marshall McLuhan, tinkerer Peter Robertson and inventor Susan Olivia Poole, and highlights the Canadian contributions behind the plastic garbage bag, Pablum, the McIntosh apple and IMAX.

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A panoramic image showing many exhibit panels with a blue exhibit panel in the foreground that includes an image of an ice berg, an image of an Asian gentleman, a submarine and a glass display case with a black box of machinery inside.

Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Testing panel presents David Suzuki and lesser-known Canadian trailblazer Reginald Fessenden, who developed an early sonar device and the fathometer and was the first man to make a two-way transatlantic voice transmission. Additional profiles highlight the great Canadian stories behind the development of the Walkie Talkie and the BlackBerry.

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An exhibit panel with three school children holding a horizontal handle and looking through an eye piece. In the foreground on the panel is a large image of a young woman.

Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Collaboration panel showcases young innovators Emma Mogus and Ann Makosinski, as well as the outstanding stories behind the invention of the light bulb, the telephone, the first cardiac pacemaker and international standard time. 

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The Energy Show

Image of an over-sized old fashioned television screen with the words "The Energy Show" on it.

The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre is a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.

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A young white girl wearing a pink top shakes her head from side to side to make her hair stand on end while her hand is placed on a large silver ball.

Visitor Gwen has a hair raising experience as she learns about static electricity with the van de Graff generator (aka the ball that makes your hair stand up) as part of The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.

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A young South Asian man wearing safety goggles balances a ball of fire in his left hand with a barbecue lighter in his right hand all against a dark blue back drop.

The Energy Show ignites at the Ontario Science Centre as Host Sean teaches about fossil fuels by lighting methane gas bubbles. 

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A young South Asian man wearing a gray shirt, blue jeans and sporting safety goggles and yellow noise-cancelling ear muffs points a giant fan at the wall. In the background we see various boxes marked: "Toys," "Misc."

Host Sean teaches about wind power at The Energy Show, a new theatrical presentation at the Ontario Science Centre that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.

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A young white woman wearing a red sweater, black jeans, with protective goggles and protective yellow earphones points a giant wind blower at a wall that contains numerous paper and metallic pinwheels that are lit up with a green star burst light.

Researcher Rachel teaches about wind power at The Energy Show, a new theatrical presentation at the Ontario Science Centre that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.

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A young white man wearing a denim shirt and beige pants points a giant tube shaped spot light at the wall.  In the background we see a cage and a suitcase.

Host Dash teaches about solar power at The Energy Show, a new theatrical presentation at the Ontario Science Centre that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.

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Pictured are various solar panels with small gadgets all lit by a single spot light against a concrete wall backdrop.

Solar power is showcased at The Energy Show, a new theatrical presentation at the Ontario Science Centre that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.

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Against the back drop of a large screen with flashing blue lights we see a large coiled structure emitting lightning towards a young woman who is protected from it inside a cage.

A seven-foot Tesla coil dazzles visitors at The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.

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A Beautiful Planet

An aerial view of Earth, specifically the Bahamas from the International Space Station. There is a part of the Space Station in the upper left corner of the image.

A stunning view of the Bahamas from the International Space Station as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.

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Aerial view of the Himalayas & Everest from the International Space Station.

Spectacular view of the Himalayas & Everest from the International Space Station as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.

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An awe inspiring view of Italy from the International Space Station at night. One sees the lights of the Italy's cities in the photo.

An awe inspiring view of Italy from the International Space Station as explored in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.

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A view of of Spain and the Mediterranean from the International Space Station, one sees the curvature of the Earth against the backdrop of Outer Space.

Witness an astronaut’s perspective of Spain and the Mediterranean from the International Space Station as discovered in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.

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An awe inspiring view of a sunrise from the International Space Station. One sees the sun cresting the horizon on Earth.

An awe inspiring view of a sunrise from the International Space Station revealed in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.

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The frozen Great Lakes of the Midwest as seen from the International Space Station.

The frozen Great Lakes of the Midwest as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.

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Nighttime view of Spain and the Mediterranean as seen from the International Space Station. One sees the lights of the cities and towns.

Nighttime view of Spain and the Mediterranean as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.

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A Japanese Astronaut smiles as he floats amid floating citrus fruits of oranges, lemons and grapefruit in the International Space Station.

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.

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The view of Earth through a cupola on the International Space Station. The cupola is a hexagon shaped structure with a central window surrounded by six sides all made of glass.

The view of Earth through a cupola on the International Space Station as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.

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The Aurora lights as seen from the International Space Station. One sees bright, green shimmering lights hovering above the surface of the Earth.

Aurora lights as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.

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An astronaut in a space suit fixes external equipment on the International Space Station.

A scene from the IMAX® film A Beautiful Planet – NASA Commander Barry (Butch) Willmore on a spacewalk to repair the exterior of the International Space Station. It’s almost 300° on the sun side of the space station and 275° in the shade. © 2016 IMAX Corporation Photo courtesy of NASA.

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A white man runs on a treadmill on the International Space Station, what is interesting is the fact that he is running on a horizontal orientation with a harness due to the lack of gravity in Outer Space.

A scene from the IMAX® film A Beautiful Planet – NASA Commander Terry Virts exercises on a treadmill onboard the International Space Station. The crew is required to exercise at least two hours every day. © 2016 IMAX Corporation Photo courtesy of NASA.

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Various Photos of Ontario Science Centre

Image of a little white girl on a rope foot bridge overlooking a pond surrounded by trees.

TELUS Rainforest.

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A panoramic exterior image of the Ontario Science Centre on a bright summer day. We see families in the foreground with a green space and concrete structures as well as a large dome structure on the left and the sign above the rectangular building on the right that reads: "Ontario Science Centre" in English and then in French.

Exterior image of the Ontario Science Centre at day, outside on TELUSCAPE.

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A close-up image of the Ontario Science Centre sign on the exterior of the building in English.

Image of the Ontario Science Centre sign on the exterior of the building.

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Image of four multi-ethnic children playing at a touch screen table.

Children playing at the Making Faces experience in the Weston Family Innovation Centre.

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Image of 5 toddlers playing with flowers projected on the floor of an interior room as 4 mothers look on. In the background we see a large screen in the centre that reads: "Science HotSpot Live only moments away..." Above it is an LED scroll screen with text that reads: "British scientists launch project..." There are various members of the public in the background along with scientists wearing white lab coats.

Toddlers playing with the interactive flowers on the floor of the HotZone in the Weston Family Innovation Centre.

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A young white girl with long straight brown hair and wearing a black and white horizontally striped top over blue jeans dances on yellow projected squares on the floor. There are adults in the background both standing and sitting on chairs at tables.

A young girl dances on projected squares in the Weston Family Innovation Centre.

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A young white man wearing safety goggles and safety mitts wearing a white lab coat holding a large round bottom flask containing blue liquid with white cloud-like smoke billowing from the flask.

A scientist demonstrates dry ice in coloured liquid to make a cloud.

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Two male teens, Black on the left wearing a green shirt and White on the right wearing a black shirt playing a piano with a pool of black ferrofluid in the foreground. In the background you can read a sign in the top left corner that says: "Weston Family Innovation Centre" in both English and French.

Two male teens playing on the Ferrofluid piano in the Weston Family Innovation Centre.

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A young Black woman wearing safety goggles and safety mitts wearing a white lab coat holding a large round bottom flask containing clear liquid with white cloud-like smoke billowing from the flask as young children look on in the background from a safe distance.

A scientist demonstrates dry ice in clear liquid to make a cloud.

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Three children, one boy surrounded by two girls, use a wooden frame to make paper.

Papermaking Demonstration. 

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A young white woman wearing a protective white apron makes paper with two little girls as other young visitors look on.

Papermaking Demonstration with a Host.

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A panoramic exterior image of the Ontario Science Centre at night covered in a blue wash.

Exterior image of the Ontario Science Centre at night, outside on TELUSCAPE.

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A panoramic exterior image of the Ontario Science Centre at night covered in a golden wash.

Exterior image of the Ontario Science Centre at night, outside on TELUSCAPE.

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A middle aged white male scientist wearing safety goggles flicks a yellow frozen flower causing it to shatter.

A scientist shatters a froze flower to demonstrate the power of liquid nitrogen.

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A young white woman wearing a protective white apron makes paper with two young male visitors, one white and one Asian. The sign in the background reads: "Papermaking" in both English and French.

Papermaking Demonstration with a Host.

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