Designed by Arata Isozaki and Anish Kapoor, this inflatable and mobile concert hall is made of a stretchy plastic membrane that brings both art and hope to earthquake-devastated Japan. The 500-seat venue can inflate in under two hours and, when deflated, can move to a new location on the back of a truck. Marc Kushner, author of “The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings,” takes us on a virtual tour of the building.
Introduce A Girl To Engineering Day
E4U Tertiary Education Category Winner: The Personification of Engineering
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Watch Griffith Observatory TV’s Total Lunar Eclipse April 4, 2015 on Livestream.com. What Is a Total Lunar Eclipse? A total lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes into the shadow cast by the Earth. The round disk of the full Moon slowly moves into the dark shadow, and the bright Moon grows dim. The Moon, however, does not become completely dark. Instead, it glows with a faint copper or red color, a result of sunlight being filtered and bent through the Earth’s atmosphere (like a sunset). How to Watch the Eclipse. If skies are clear, the lunar eclipse will be visible throughout southern California and can be seen with the unaided eye. All you need to do is look up! See the timeline below. Telescopes or binoculars will enhance the view.