|Charles Hayden Planetarium|
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|JENA/Germany, BOSTON/USA, 03.07.2007. |
The Charles Hayden Planetarium in the Museum of Science, Boston (USA), is receiving a STARMASTER planetarium projector from
A ZEISS projector has been in operation in the Charles Hayden Planetarium, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2008, since as long ago as 1970. In the past few years, the planetarium, which is visited by about 200,000 guests every year, including 20,000 schoolchildren, has further expanded its educational offering. This is impressively exemplified not only by shows in which, for example, actors are directly involved or which interactively incorporate live demonstrations and visitors, but also by concerts and an increasing focus on innovative presentations.
Anticipating the renovation, Ms. Robin Symonds, Planetarium Director, said: “We are thrilled that the Charles Hayden Foundation has continued its commitment to our institution by funding the purchase of a new star projector and specifying
STARMASTER is excellently suited for the new
After New Orleans, Boston is the second US city to receive a STARMASTER planetarium.
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STARMASTER planetarium projector from
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The Museum of Science, Boston (USA)
Source: Museum of Science, Eric Workman.
Phone: +49 3641 64-2770
Fax: +49 3641 64-2941
Number: 124/07 PL