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Two movements from the five-part chorale, Egg Yolk Jelly and Moon Jelly.
Part of the Symphony of the Jellies works by the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific
Dreamy, Joyful, Sweet
Slow (79) and Moderate (107)
The opening scene. Full version available on iTunes
Symphony of the Jellies by Aquarium of the Pacific
Didgeridoo calls beckon, and rhythms delight.
Colorful images of aboriginal art, music & culture.
Dreamy, Meditative, Mystical
Floating 6′ sphere installation with upper video monitors.
More about Science on a Sphere® installations worldwide.
Jerry R. Schubel
Derek Balsillie, Andrew M. Cohen, Keith Miller, John Rouse and Jerry R. Schubel
Andrew M. Cohen
Icarus MusicEddie Freeman and Marta Victoria
Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California
NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program
Derek Balsillie, Andrew M. Cohen and Jerry R. Schubel
Getty Images, NOAA and pond5
The Roddenberry Foundation
42 Degrees North
Discovery Access, pond5, Scubazoo, and T3Media
Kim Thompson and Jerry R. Schubel
NOAA, Getty Images, NatureFootage/OceanFootage, Neil Simms and Jeff Milisen of Kampachi Farms, Don Kent and Hubbs Sea World Research Institute
Aquarium of the Pacific and NOAA Fisheries
The Miller Foundation
Michael Rust, Christopher Botnick and Micheal Rubino
Michael Rust and Don Kent
Jerry R. Schubel, Derek Balsillie, Andrew M. Cohen, Keith Miller and John Rouse
DCA Film & Video Productions, Getty Images, NOAA and pond5
Artbeats Digital Film Library, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, ©iStockphoto.com, , Maersk Line, pond5, Port of Long Beach, The Port of Los Angeles, SkySails and Thought Equity Motion
The Journal of Commerce, The Box That Changed The World: 50 Years of Container Shipping” by Joseph Bonney and Arthur Donovan, ©iStockphoto.com, Bigstock.com and University of Southern California, on behalf of the USC Special Collections
NOAA Coastal Services Center, Port of Long Beach and The Port of Los Angeles