Planetarium

Abrams Planetarium

Published on February 9, 2015
Abrams Planetarium
The Talbert and Leota Abrams Planetarium, located on the beautiful Michigan State University campus, serves as an astronomy and space science education resource center for central Michigan. The planetarium is an outreach unit of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, and as such, we support astronomy teaching on campus as well as offer a variety of planetarium shows to the…
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Adler Planetarium

Published on February 9, 2015
Adler Planetarium
The museum is home to three full-size theaters, including the all-digital projection Definiti Space Theater, the Sky Theater which utilizes a Zeiss optical projector, and the Universe 3D Theater. It is also home to one of the world's most important antique instrument collections. The Adler is a recognized leader in science education, with a focus on inspiring young people, particularly…
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Allen F. Blocher Planetarium and UWSP Observatory

Published on February 9, 2015
Allen F. Blocher Planetarium and UWSP Observatory
The Allen F. Blocher planetarium and the UW-SP observatory are located in the Science Building on the UW-SP campus. The planetarium consists of a 7.3m diameter dome that houses a Spitz 1024 projector (installed in 1998). The planetarium is located on the second floor of the Science Building directly above the east main entrance. The planetarium presents public programs through…
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Alworth Planetarium

Published on February 9, 2015
Alworth Planetarium
The Planetarium has a 30-foot dome and a Spitz A3P star machine, which project the stars onto the surface of the dome. Installed when the planetarium was built in 1965, the star machine can take you to any observing point in the world, projecting nearly 1500 stars. For lectures and educational presentations, the Planetarium is equiped with computers, DVD players,…
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Angelo State Planetarium

Published on February 9, 2015
Angelo State Planetarium
The newly renovated ASU Planetarium now contains the distinctive combination of a Sci-Dome HD digital projector and large tilted dome theater. The Sci-Dome HD projector is capable of projecting more than 500 million stars and celestial objects. The Planetarium is also one of the largest community outreach programs on campus. About 9,700 students of all ages attend viewings at the…
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Banneker Planetarium

Published on February 9, 2015
Banneker Planetarium
All Shows are free of charge and no reservations or tickets are required. Shows are located in the "D" Science building on the Catonsville Campus. For a description of the shows, email Suzie Mrozinski at smrozinski@ccbcmd.edu. In the event of inclement weather please call 443-840-1711 for weather related closings. For additional information please call 443-840-4560.
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Barlow Planetarium

Published on February 9, 2015
Barlow Planetarium
The Barlow Planetarium offers public programming everyday of the week except Mondays. Family shows are geared for the young and young-at-heart. Feature shows are geared for the older student or adult that already has an established interested in astronomy. Wisconsin Skies is for the visitor that wants to get the most current and in-depth astronomy information possible. Each show ends…
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Bates College Planetarium

Published on February 9, 2015
Bates College Planetarium
The planetarium is located beside the main lobby of the science building. It is used for instruction in the astronomy courses, and also for public shows designed for the local community, especially school groups. The planetarium is run entirely by students, who write the shows and present them to the public.
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