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Astronomy Night: BEYOND ME, a musical and scientific work in progress.

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Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

West 46th Street

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Astronomy Night at the Intrepid Museum

BEYOND ME, a musical and scientific work in progress.


In a blending of artistic vision and scientific data, BEYOND ME is a multimedia installation using actual data from NASA’s Kepler mission and its discovery of over 4,000 exoplanets as the starting point for an immersive experience of our universe. French composer and Grammy Award-winning producer, Henri Scars Struck and NASA Kepler researcher Dr. Steve B. Howell, will discuss how patterns of light are used to identify exoplanets and how light and sound is being interpreted in the creation of this work.

7:00pm: Doors open

7:30pm: Presentation

Allison & Howard Lutnick Theater

Limited capacity on a first come basis.

Astronomy Night will be primarily standing room only because of reduced seating capacity. Registration does not guarantee a seat.


THE ARTISTS

Dr. Steve B. Howell is currently the head of space science and astrobiology for the NASA Ames Research Center. Previously, he was the project scientist for NASA's premier exoplanet finding missions, Kepler and K2.
Henri Scars Struck & Grace Palmer are The Other Side of the Brain. Henri Scars Struck has written, produced and recorded original music for artists, film, dance, art installations and corporate programs. He has been commissioned by the French Ministry of Culture and by the city of Paris. Together with Grace Palmer he founded The Other Side of the Brain (OSB) to expand into large scale multi-sensory installations.

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