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Topic:Journey to Space (IMAX K2/Giant Screen Films)
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Robert PearlmancollectSPACE
Patrick Stewart to narrate NASA's 'trek' to Mars in giant-screen 'Journey to Space'

An actor famous for his role commanding a fictional starship will narrate NASA's real 'trek' to Mars in a new giant-screen film.

Patrick Stewart, who as Jean-Luc Picard helmed the USS Enterprise on "Star Trek: The Next Generation," is lending his voice to "Journey to Space," a new large-format movie about the concepts, hardware and people carrying out the next generation missions to make humanity a spacefaring civilization.

"It was a delight to contribute to this exciting film project," Stewart said in a statement. "['Journey to Space'] will let audiences young and old know how surprisingly close we are to sending humans into deep space."

Robert PearlmanJourney to Space is now or soon will be playing at: Additional venues coming in March:
  • Iowa Science Center, Des Moines, Iowa
  • Science Museum Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK
  • National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio
  • St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Space Center Houston, Houston, Texas
  • Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois
  • Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, San Diego
And later this year:
  • Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, Harrisburg, PA (May)
  • Clark Planetarium, Salt Lake City, Utah (May)
  • The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA (May)
  • Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, Ohio (May)
  • Cincinnatti Museum Center, Cincinnatti, Ohio (June)
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver, Colorado (June)
  • American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York (July)
  • Challenger Learning Center, Tallahassee, Florida (August)
  • White River State Park, Indianapolis, Indiana (September)
  • California Science Center, Los Angeles, California (October)
  • Arizona Science Center, Phoenix, Arizona (Fall)
  • Discovery Place, Charlotte, North Carolina (Fall)

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