Omnifest 2019 photos

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Omnitheater viewers are bound to feel the heat of some of the world’s most famous volcanoes in Ring of Fire. The film, which is part of Omnifest 2019 in the Science Museum of Minnesota’s Omnitheater, takes viewers on a giant screen tour of the great circle of volcanoes that ring the Pacific Ocean. Omnifest runs from January 4 through February 28, 2019.

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The nine-story domed screen of the William L. McKnight-3M Omnitheater at the Science Museum of Minnesota is the best place in the world to see South America’s Iguazu Falls, one of the seven wonders of the world featured in The Greatest Places. This Science Museum of Minnesota original production will appear as part of Omnifest 2019, the annual Omnitheater film festival that runs from January 4 to February 28, 2019.

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This breathtaking view of the International Space Station orbiting above Earth was taken from an approaching space shuttle. The Journey to Space giant screen film, which is part of Omnifest 2019 at the Science Museum of Minnesota, features images like this one from NASA’s Space Shuttle program, and it looks forward to what lies ahead for human space travel.

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In National Parks Adventure, one of five films included in Omnifest 2019 at Science Museum of Minnesota, viewers will hike, bike, and climb their way through some of the National Park Service’s most breathtaking scenery. Here, mountain biker Eric Porter jumps over a mushroom boulder in Moab, Utah. Omnifest opens January 4 and runs through February 28, 2019.

Photo courtesy of MacGillivray Freeman Films. Photographer: Barbara MacGillivray ©VisitTheUSA.com

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Tornado Alley is one of five giant screen films featured in Omnifest 2019 at the Science Museum of Minnesota. It features breathtaking footage of severe weather events and explores the conditions that create them. The Omnitheater's 90 foot domed screen is uniquely suited for footage like this; viewers are surrounded by the stirring images and drawn to the heart of the action.

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