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Artist Dan Corson is partnering with Seattle City Light and Pacific Science Center on a new solar-powered art installation at the Science Center called Sonic Bloom that will is expected to open in late July. Corson created five flowers up to 33 feet tall that will glow when the sun shines through the petals during the day and light up at night. Each flower is full of solar panels that will power the lighting. The exhibit will be open and available 24 hours a day. [PSC]