Planetarium installations

Laupheim Planetarium

The ZEISS SKYMASTER VELVET installation at the Laupheim Planetarium (Germany).

 

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Wolfsburg Planetarium

Wolfsburg Planetarium

The ZEISS STARMASTER projector at the Wolfsburg Planetarium (Germany).

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Turkish Naval Academy

(photo: E. Kalinyazgan)

Turkish Naval Academy

In 2005, ZEISS delivered the first of its new ZEISS SKYMASTER ZKP 4 series of planetarium projectors to the Turkish Naval Academy.

 

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Asahikawa Science Center

Asahikawa Science Center

The Asahikawa Science Center opened in 2005 is one of the biggest of its kind in Japan.

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“Minikosmos” Planetarium in Lichtenstein

“Minikosmos” Planetarium in Lichtenstein

ZEISS SKYMASTER ZKP 4 planetarium and powerdome SPACEGATE system at the “Minikosmos” Planetarium in Lichtenstein (Germany).

 

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Zeiss-Planetarium Jena

(photo: STERNEVENT GmbH)

Zeiss-Planetarium Jena

The Zeiss-Planetarium in Jena is the world’s oldest planetarium still in operation.

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Zeiss-Planetarium Jena

Zeiss-Planetarium Jena

In 2011, the Planetarium obtained a ZEISS powerdome VELVET projection system to supplement its optical-mechanical UNIVERSARIUM projector.
(3D artwork: STERNEVENT GmbH).

 

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Zeiss Planetarium Bochum

Zeiss Planetarium Bochum

The installation of a ZEISS UNIVERSARIUM Model IX in 2000 provided the Bochum large-dome planetarium with the most powerful projection equipment available.

 

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