Smithsonian Time-Lapse Construction of the Sant Ocean Hall

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This streaming video is by the Smithsonian Institute. It shows a time-lapse series detailing the construction of the Sant Ocean Hall at the National Museum of Natural History, aka, the Smithsonian. This is the museum’s largest permanent exhibition, and it just opened in September 2008 [3:07].

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0 Responses to Smithsonian Time-Lapse Construction of the Sant Ocean Hall

  1. Bob O'H says:

    Institute? I thought it was the Smithsonian Institution.
    Naughty Grrl.

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  3. Gudrun says:

    Institution Institution Institution Institution Institution. It is NOT Smithsonian Institute, it is Smithsonian Institution! How about some basic fact checking, science girl.