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Edu Science Galaxy Planetarium With Night Light

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  • Project stars constellations and planets on your ceiling and walls


  • Soothing night light mode


  • Star fact narration


  • Red dot star pointer


  • CyberSky Software (CD) included

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Technical Details
Item Weight703 g
Product Dimensions26 x 24.8 x 19.7 cm
Batteries:6 AA batteries required.
Manufacturer recommended age:8 years and up
Item model numberEDU-37364
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?Yes
Batteries included?No
  

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ASINB003KLT48U
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Shipping Weight703 g
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Date First Available21 Jan. 2011
  

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Imagine your room transformed into a galaxy of luminous star light. Your Galaxy Planetarium projects a spectacular ambient display of stars and constellations in soft white or glowing yellow and green light. While projecting outer space onto your ceiling and walls, listen to the pre-recorded soundtrack of educational space facts and soothing space sounds. Your Galaxy Planetarium can also be used as a personal night-light and sound system. Plug in your MP3 player and play any music or space sounds you choose, through the planetarium’s integrated speaker.

Product Features:

Project stars constellations on your ceiling and walls
Soothing night light mode
Star fact narration
Rotation On/Off Switch
Light On/Off Switch
Instructional Pointer
CyberSky Software (CD) included
Red dot star pointer
Battery Powered
Requires 6 AA batteries
(Batteries not included)

For ages 8 years +



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Programs run approximately 30 minutes
Planetarium tickets $4 after admission

Our geodesic dome is installed with a digital, fish-eye, full-dome projection system. The 45-seat Planetarium is wheelchair accessible. All programs are live and interactive, with audience participation in various activities. Questions and exploration are encouraged!

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Imagine the Sky Tonight
Weekdays: 11:30 a.m., 1:30 & 4:15 p.m.
Weekends and holidays: 11:30 a.m., 1:30 & 4:00 p.m.

What can you see in the sky on a clear night? What shapes can you imagine among the stars? We will give you a star map and teach you to find constellations, the starry patterns of the night sky. We will also see planets and other hidden treasures among the stars. We will even imagine that we are flying away from Earth to make observations from far off in space.

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The wonders of Mars have been revealed by orbiters, rovers, and landers, but the Red Planet still has its secrets. Get a close look at the mysterious planet, explore its unique features, and learn about the latest Mars missions.

Planetarium Tickets

Tickets are $4 per person, and are sold at the Visitor Services Desk on a first-come, first-served basis. Everyone must have their own ticket. Planetarium Membership Passes must be exchanged at the Visitor Services Desk for that day’s tickets.

The Audience is Part of the Program

The staff of the Lawrence Hall of Science Planetarium have developed an international reputation as leaders in the design of audience-participation planetarium programs. Over 55 million people have explored the skies through planetarium programs developed here at the Hall and offered at 220+ planetariums nationwide.

The Planetarium is the proving ground for the Planetarium Activities for Student Success (PASS) project, which develops, tests, and disseminates audience-participation programs to planetariums worldwide.

State of the Art Viewing!

Experience our all-digital projection system and Digitarium Epsilon fulldome video projector, with the option of running either the Digitalis Edition of Stellarium or DigitalSky2 from Sky-Skan, Inc. Fulldome video allows images, video clips, and other visuals to be seen anywhere on the dome. Visitors can see the sky from anywhere and any time on Earth, but we can also even “leave” Earth and “fly” throughout the Solar System and throughout the Universe!

The setup of the Planetarium includes:

  • Digitarium Epsilon projector capable of running Nightshade or DigitalSky 2
  • 9-meter (30-foot) negative-pressure Geodesic Pacific Dome
  • 50-person capacity in two rows of bench seats with reclined backs, with wheelchair access
  • Sound system by Pro Home systems, using Meyer Sound components

Just as they have since our first Planetarium was constructed in 1973 (with a GOTO Mercury opto-mechanical star projector), all of our programs continue to be completely live and interactive, so that activities and your questions are part of the program.

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  • Make your own starmaps of the night sky with the free program Stellarium .
  • Explore the universe right on your computer with the free program Celestia .
  • Try imagining your own aliens at home with the Free Spore Creature Creator .
  • Learn more about astrobiology at astrobiology.nasa.gov .

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  • Planetarium Birthday Parties and Reserved Shows

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The Search for Another Earth

The Lawrence Hall of Science and the SETI Institute are the lead education and public outreach institutions for the NASA Kepler Mission , which has confirmed almost 1,000 planets outside the Solar System, with thousands more awaiting confirmation! You can access information about the mission’s planetary discoveries through the Hall’s Planetarium shows, school curricula, and activities, as well as in materials on the NASA Kepler Mission’s education website .

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The primary Kepler Mission was to find Earth-size planets orbiting other stars in the “habitable zones” of stars—where liquid water, and maybe even life, could exist. The mission has been wildly successful, with several hundred planets discovered, many of them about Earth-size, and many in their stars’ habitable zones, though few with both qualities.

After four years of collecting data from stars in one specific area of the sky, the Kepler spacecraft lost the function of two “reaction wheels” necessary for precisely pointing the Kepler Space Telescope at the target region. The telescope itself is perfectly functional. Kepler engineers and scientists figured out a clever way, using the two remaining reaction wheels, to point the telescope at targets along the band of sky known as the ecliptic, which is where Sun’s orbit appears in the sky. So in May 2014, a new mission, called K2 , began that still searches for planets, star clusters, variable stars, and even galaxies.

The Hall’s Planetarium now features two new short shows: Searching for Other Earths (about how Kepler discovers planets) and What’s in Your Zodiac Sign? (about the new Kepler K2 Mission). Learn about these shows in “Now Showing”” section above.

Kepler’s New Universe Video

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  • View Kepler Target Stars .
  • Look at real data and help scientists identify planets .

Kepler Exoplanet Transit Hunt

Kepler Exoplanet Transit Hunt

Kepler Exoplanet Transit Hunt lets you discover a planet by the “transit method” like what the NASA Kepler Mission used: watching a star and hunting for the tiny drops in brightness that happen when the planet passes (transits) in front it! How many properties of the planet do you think you can know just from a few minuscule dips in brightness?

Download the Kepler Exoplanet Transit Hunt (SWF ZIP, 2.4 MB)
This is a downloadable flash file and may not work with mobile operating systems.

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Learn what you can see among the stars each month with Tonight’s Sky. Click play to view. Best seen Full Screen. Tonight’s Sky is presented by Space Telescope Science Institute .

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From the journey of protons racing through the world’s largest particle collider in Europe to up-close views of the Big Bang and emergent cosmos, Phantom of the Universe is a new fulldome planetarium show designed to immerse audiences in the search for dark matter. A collaboration of Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, University of Texas at Arlington, Michigan State University, IFIC at University of Valencia, as well as other institutions. Narrated by Tilda Swinton.

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Add a science centre admission for the best value! Science North Members receive a 10% discount on Planetarium admission!

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Adults$8.00$7.20
Seniors (65+)$7.00$6.30
Youth (13 – 17)$7.00$6.30
Children (12 and under)$6.00$5.40

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Ever wanted to look at the night sky through a telescope? Come on out to a Star Party and see what’s out there!

Science North has a regular schedule of star parties throughout the year – everyone is welcome! You can gaze at the planets, the moon and other astronomical objects through powerful telescopes and binoculars. Learn how to find constellations and hear some of the mythological stories associated with them. Star parties are held outdoors in front of the small snowflake building at Science North unless noted otherwise. Please dress for the weather! In fall/winter/spring, it’s a good idea to wear a warm coat, gloves/mitts and toque. In the summer, wear long pants and sleeves, and bring mosquito repellant.

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About the Planetarium

With state-of the-art digital technology, Science North’s Planetarium is the first planetarium of its kind in Northern Ontario. Feature films about astronomy and other space topics are projected on an 8.4 metre dome. The digital technologies, surround sound and special dome screen immerse audiences, taking them through the galaxies and right to the outer extremities of the known universe, billions of light years away.

Visitors will learn about the stars, planets and galaxies through live presentations presented by Science North Staff Scientists who have access to a comprehensive library of scientific data and ready-to-use educational materials, as well as advanced real time show production tools.


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