Exhibits & Programs
Lectures from Pacific Science Center
Science in the City Lecture Series
Science is everywhere in Seattle, there’s no question about that. Keep up with the latest scientific trends, topics and research happening literally in our backyard at Pacific Science Center’s Science in the City Lecture Series.
Each month, join Pacific Science Center for a discussion on current science topics and research from leading, local organizations that dives into topics that affect our community. At the Science in the City Lecture Series, seize the opportunity to join lively conversation with scientists and researchers in Pacific Science Center’s Communication Fellowship Program. Each lecture will include a short presentation and moderated question and answer. Periodically, lectures will include special presentations of IMAX documentaries and hands-on activities; be sure to check back to see for upcoming topics.
“A Bounty of Planets”
August 2, 7 p.m. Pacific Science Center’s PACCAR IMAX® Theater
Blast off to the International Space Station in a special presentation of A Beautiful Planet 3D, then continue your journey with Brett Morris, a UW graduate student of astronomy and astrobiology to explore recently discovered exoplanets, worlds that orbit stars other than our Sun. Discover other planets that orbit stars and learn about their diverse and bewildering features.
This lecture includes a screening of A Beautiful Planet 3D and is $10 for the general public, free for Pacific Science Center Members.
Learn more about this event in this quick PacSci Podcast: