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  1. Mapping the Universe by Jodi Lacy, Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum, 2007-11
  2. The Planetarium (French Literature Series) by Nathalie Sarraute, 2005-10-30
  3. Western Astrolabes (Historic Scientific Instruments of the Adler Planetarium Series; Vol. 1) by Roderick Webster, 2007-04-25
  4. The Glow-In-the-dark Planetarium Book (Pictureback(R)) by Annie Ingle, 1993-10-12
  5. Le Planétarium by Nathalie Sarraute, 1989
  6. Eastern Astrolabes (Historic Scientific Instruments of the Adler Planetarium) by David Edwin Pingree, Bruce Chandler, et all 2009-11
  7. Where Did Pluto Go?: A Beginner's Guide to Understanding the "New" Solar SystemForeword by Neil DeGrasse TysonDirector of the Hayden Planetarium by Paul Sutherland, 2009-03-19
  8. Adler Planetarium and Astronomical Museum, operated and maintained by Chicago park district;: An account of the optical planetarium and a brief guide to the museum, by Philip Fox, 1937
  9. Le Planetarium by Nathalie Sarraute, 1972-10-01
  10. Sarraute: Le Planetarium (CRITICAL GUIDES TO FRENCH TEXTS) by Roger McLure, 1988-12-31
  11. PLANETARIUM (A Bank St. Museum Book) by Barbara Brenner, 1993-02-01
  12. The Astronomer's Sourcebook: The Complete Guide to Astronomical Equipment, Publications, Planetariums, Organizations, Events and More by Bob Gibson, 1992-05
  13. Planetarium (French Edition) by Nathalie Sarraute, 1973-05
  14. Astronomical and Geographical Essays: Containing a Full and Comprehensive View, On a New Plan, of the General Principles of Astronomy, the Use of the Celestial ... of the Most Improved Planetarium, Tellurian, by George Adams, 2010-01-11

1. Loch Ness Productions: Planetarium Web Sites
A directory of worldwide planetariums.
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2. Southwest Association Of Planetariums
Contains information and membership list.Category Science Astronomy planetariums Associations......Text Only Version, Southwest Association of planetariums. Current SWAP officers. planetariumsin the SWAP service area (Active SWAP members are in bold.). Arkansas.
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Southwest Association of Planetariums
Welcome to the home page of the Southwest Association of Planetariums. SWAP is an organization made up of planetarium professionals and those who serve the planetarium community. The purpose of this page is to serve as a resource for the members of SWAP and anyone interested in planetarium-related activities in the Southwestern United States. SWAP planetariums are primarily located in the states of Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Please click on any of the following links to access planetarium resources, or scan down the page for a list of regional planetarium addresses and phone numbers. Current SWAP officers
Planetariums in the SWAP service area (Active SWAP members are in bold
University of Arkansas University of Arkansas at Little Rock University of Arkansas at Monticello
SKYTELLERS (myths and stories) Kirkpatrick Planetarium (Okla. City) (405) 602-OMNI Oklahoma Baptist University
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3. IPS: Welcome To The International Planetarium Society
Planetarians can take the IPS Survey of the World´s planetariums (download a copy in Adobe PDF format if you haven't
Welcome to the International Planetarium Society...
The International Planetarium Society (IPS) is the largest organization of professional planetarians in the world. It is made up of members from almost every continent, and has nearly 20 smaller affiliate organizations associated with it. For further information about the organization and what we do, choose from among the six listed topics; additional details about what they cover can be found below. IPS Information Brochure (please select language)
Spanish Organization
This section provides general information, as well as more specific topics, such as how to become a member of IPS , who are our elected officers, our committees, and our worldwide affiliate societies, current job openings and internships in planetariums , etc. IPS Request for Proposal - - Strategic Planning Study: The IPS Strategic Planning Committee is requesting proposals from qualified and experienced consultants to undertake the work outlined in the Terms of Reference which can be read here Events
There are many planetarium-related events that take place during the course of a year, such as regional affiliate meetings, and the biennniel IPS Conference. This section can fill you in on what's coming up. The next IPS Conference will be held 12 - 16 July 2004 at

4. List Of Planetariums
planetariums on the Net this information obtained from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific's website (http//www
Planetariums on the Net [this information obtained from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific's website (
Loch Ness Productions and EuroPlaNet also have lists of planetarium web sites.
North American institutions
European institutions
  • Armagh Planetarium, Armagh, Northern Ireland
  • Planetarium Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany
  • Planetarium Berlin, Germany
  • Cosmonova, Stockholm, Sweden ...
  • Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Copenhagen, Denmark
    Asian and Pacific institutions
  • Science Centre and Planetarium, Wollongong, N.S.W., Australia
  • Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
    Things of interest to planetarians
  • The Planetarian
  • Science Museums
  • Skywatcher's Diary
  • Stellarium 3-D star maps
    Last updated September 1, 1996
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    Adler Planetarium
    Check out the galleries via webcam. Albert Einstein Planetarium Weekly sky happenings and show information. Astronaut Planetarium Look at comets, asteroids, eclipses and more. Auckland Planetarium Astronomical images from Australia.

    6. IPS: Planetaria Worldwide -- Planetaria Around The World...
    Southwest Association of planetariums Welcome to the home page of the Southwest Association of planetariums. SWAP is an organization made up of planetarium professionals and those who serve the planetarium community.
    Planetaria Around the World Africa



    Middle East
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    South America
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    IPS Affiliate Organizations
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    the IPS Website Web Design: Tom Callen , IPS Publications Committee Technical questions? Contact the IPS Webmaster HTML 3.2 Checked!

    7. Planetariums
    Hawaiian Astronomical Society. Planetaria Travel into Space withoutleaving Earth. Great planetariums and Museum References! Astronomical
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    Hawaiian Astronomical Society
    Planetaria Travel into Space without leaving Earth
    Great Planetariums and Museum References!
    Visit at Least One Planetarium in Every State!
    • Huntsville Planetarium, Von Braun Astronomical Society
    • Juneau : Marie Drake Planetarium
    • Flagstaff : Lowell Observatory
    • Phoenix : Planetarium Project, Arizona Science Center
    • Tucson : Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium
    • Berkeley : William K. Holt Planetarium Lawrence Hall of Science
    • Chico : Roth Planetarium, California State University - Chico
    • Claremont : Millikan Planetarium, Pomona College
    • Cupertino : Minolta Planetarium, DeAnza College
    • Los Angeles : Planetarium, Griffith Observatory
    • Northridge
    • Oakland
    • Redding : Schreder Planetarium, Shasta Cnty. Off. of Education
    • San Diego : Reuben H. Fleet Space Theater and Science Center

    8. Vermont Museums Art Centers Planetariums Vermont Museum Guide From Vermont Livin
    Listing of Vermont museums, planetariums, art centers, and historic sites throughout the state, with brief descriptions and phone numbers.
    Vermont Museums
    planetariums - art centers - museums
    Vermont Museums, Planetariums, Art Centers, Historic Sites Basin Harbor
    The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum , RR#3, Box 4092, (Lake Rd.) Basin Harbor, VT 05491 Phone: (802) 475-2022. Fax: (802) 475-2953. Board a replica of the 1776 gunboat Philadelphia II, children's playground, blacksmiths, boatbuilders. Open Daily; 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, early May - October. Admission charged, discounts for seniors and students. Bennington
    The Bennington Museum
    , West Main Street, Bennington, VT Phone (802) 447-1571. Renown regional history and art museum, extensive collection of glass, pottery, furniture, "Grandma Moses" art; open daily year round; closed Thanksgiving day, Christmas and New Year's Day, Park McCullough Historic House , Off Route 67A on West Street, Bennington, VT Phone: (802) 442-5441. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 35 room mansion houses is an an impressive example of Second empire Victorian architecture. Open May 24-Oct. 25; hourly tours, 10:00 am -3:00 pm. ; closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Bennington Battle Monument , State Historic Site, Bennington, VT Views of New York, Massachusetts and Vermont from this 306 foot high monolith, built of gray-blue dolomite. Marks the site of of arsenal for 1777 Battle of Bennington, considered by many to be the turning point of the Revolutionary War.

    9. Welcome To FirstLight Laser Productions
    ADAT format laser light shows and ADAT and Showtime show programming for planetariums and other venues.
    skip intro FirstLight Laser Productions, 2525 Tarpley Rd., Suite 108, Carrollton, Texas 75006
    Phone: (972) 418-1100, Fax: (972) 418-1106

    10. Planetariums
    Aberdeen Planetarium Abrams Planetarium Adelaide’s Planetarium Adler Planetarium Astronomy Museum Albert Einstein Planetarium Allentown School District
    Aberdeen Planetarium
    Abrams Planetarium

    Albert Einstein Planetarium
    Allentown School District Planetarium ...
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    11. Lasersmith Light Show Systems Home: Professional Laser Light Shows And Laser Lig
    Lasersmith provides laser entertainment for trade shows, conventions, hotels, theme parks, casinos, product launches, sporting events, concerts, museums, planetariums, holiday celebrations, fund raisers or your own creative needs.



    Welcome to Lasersmith Light Show Systems. Lasersmith's Dream Projector is a dream come true for both the client and us. This projector is one of the highest quality systems available in the laser lightshow industry. It employs several image scan sets running at 60,000 points per second, using both digital and analog coloring systems and an onboard beam table with fiber optic remote capabilities to leave a more-than-lasting impression for your corporate presentation. The system is controlled by Lasersmith's proprietary "Lasersho" show control system which can manipulate the projector as well as a venue's lighting system, sound, fog machines, fans, motor controls, pyrotechnics, dancing waters etc. If you can dream it, we can produce and control it, with computer-controlled repeatability. At Lasersmith, we consistently provide our clients with the latest in state-of-the-art laser light show entertainment and related services Since 1989, Lasersmith has produced professional multimedia presentations for many different clients in various industries.
    Centrally located in Washington State, Lasersmith delivers cutting-edge laser light and sound services throughout The United States and abroad.

    12. 3-D TV Almost Ready For Those With Deep Pockets
    Based on technology designed for use by air traffic controllers, 3DTV will be available next year. Interested museums, theme parks and planetariums prepare to write big checks. Wired News

    13. Providing School Assemblies And Related Educational Items
    Providing live school assembly programs in elementary and middle schools throughout the United States. Programs are on chemistry, physics, live animals, starlab planetariums, light and lasers, TV productions, and robots.
    Welcome to the home page of
    providing live school assembly programs in elementary and middle schools throughout the United States since 1979
    School Assembly Programs Comments About Our Programs Our Staff Message From Our President ... CURRENT BROCHURE This is a large file (10Meg) and takes awhile to download on slower machines Click icon to Download Adobe Acrobat Reader FREE If you are interested in receiving special information on programs, prices or products Please join our notification service Click on the "Join Now" button CALL TOLL FREE
    Why Mobile Ed ? Personalized Service Money Back Guarantee Competitive Pricing Block Bookings Available Variety of Programs No Waiting for a Performance Date Performance Dates Assigned When You Call All Programs can be done in Assembly Format Only Search Engines and Affiliated Links and Websites CALL TOLL FREE
    All programs are presentations of: Mobile Ed Productions, Inc., 26018 West Seven Mile, Redford, MI 48240
    Phone: (313) 533-4455 - Fax: (313) 533-8445 School Assembly Programs -mail us Staff Employment Opportunities ... School Comments Thanks to all of you who have visited our website Enter information here to search our website

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    Mobile Ed is a proud member and supporter of the following organizations: The Michigan Chamber of Commerce
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    14. Dynamic Directory - Science - Astronomy - Planetariums
    Planetarium Web Sites A directory of worldwide planetariums. Usenet sci.astro.planetarium - news - Google Groups
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    • - When PKO-AL Sc is completed in 2006 it will house a celestial telescope, state-of-the-art planetarium and internet enabled computer workstations for Astronomical and Cosmological research.
    • Planetarium Net - The online meeting place for planetarium professionals. Includes articles, news, educational resources, and more for astronomy educators.
    • Planetarium Software - Links to many different kinds of software for several platforms.
    • Planetarium Web Sites - A directory of worldwide planetariums.
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    15. The Astronomy Network Of Ohio
    A useful resource for Ohio astronomers that includes a bulletin board, and links to astronomy clubs, planetariums, observatories and educational material.
    The Astronomy Network of Ohio
    M Y N E T W O R K O F O H I O This site is for everyone interested in Astronomy and the wonders of the natural sky above, from educators to students and from veteran amateur observers to novice stargazers. This page is under Construction. If you would like to learn more about the sky, the stars and telescopes, explore these pages to find out where you can go in your area to learn more. This site is intended to be a useful resource for Ohio Astronomers, veteran and aspiring. If you have any information that should be included, or if you have any suggestions for improving this site, please send your comments to: Mike Grilley Ohio Astronomy Bulletin Board Your public forum for posting and reading updates about astronomy-related events around Ohio. Is your club having an observing session? Is your planetarium having a special public program? Any good guest speakers coming soon?

    16. Evans & Sutherland: Visual Systems For Commercial And Military Simulation And Tr
    E S produces visual systems for simulation and training in defense and commercial applications as well as highperformance systems for domed theaters and planetariums.
    Our newest product for commercial aviation training, EP-1000CT represents a revolution in visual simulation technology. Features
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    17. Planetariums
    planetariums back to keyword index. Armagh Planetarium, The ArmaghPlanetarium is host to one of the largest telescopes available
    Planetariums [ back to keyword index
    Armagh Planetarium The Armagh Planetarium is host to one of the largest telescopes available for public use in Ireland and these Web pages give full details of how to attend one of the public telescope nights (usually twice a month) and the other facilities offered by the planetarium to give the public access to the science of astronomy. Among the features of the Web pages are a “virtual tour” of the planetarium’s assorted galleries and exhibits and details of the programme of “Star shows”, audio-visual presentations given in the planetarium’s “Star Theatre”. Planetariums Astronomy Astrodome Astrodome is "the world's first portable planetarium" and is available for hire by schools. The planetarium offers presentations on astronomy and geography. The astronomy presentation covers such topics as night and day, the seasons, planets, stars, comets and galaxies, while the geography presentation provides a journey from the formation of the solar system to the future of the earth. Booking information is available from the website. The site also provides a wealth of astronomy and geography information online ranging from fact files and glossaries to information on the night sky and links to many other relevant organisations. Geography Planets Astronomy Planetariums ... Explorerdome Explorerdome is a travelling planetarium operated by two young scientists. They travel throughout the UK presenting shows and hands- on science experiments suitable for all ages. The current shows cover light, sound, the human body, space and creation. The site has booking information for the shows as well as a page of fun science quizzes and a small section on the solar system.

    18. ASP List Of Planetariums - Old Location
    The ASP list of planetariums has moved. We apologize for the inconvenience. Forthe time being, use the alternative link to the ASP list of planetariums.
    The ASP list of planetariums has moved. We apologize for the inconvenience. If the above link doesn't work, it's probably because your Internet service provider has not yet updated its list of domain names. For the time being, use the alternative link to the ASP list of planetariums Patrick Galloway / Page last updated 22 August 1997

    19. Additional Space Science Education Resources
    Includes links to NASA Affiliated sites, Professional Organizations and Standards,Schools/Museums/planetariums, and more, from the Space Science Data Operations Office of NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
    Additional Space Science Education Resources
    NASA Affiliated:

    20. SSE Forum: For Museums & Planetariums
    You are here Home For Museums planetariums, US and Russian astronautsin space Click to link to http//
    Events Calendar Explore a Planet For Educators For Students ... About the Forum You are here: Home
    Image Libraries

    Whether you're looking for for a planetarium show, showcasing the true colors of Jupiter's clouds or taking your audience on a photographic journey through more than 40 years of space photos, this list of NASA image links links you to a wide spectrum of space images.
    17-21 Mar 2003
    34th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

    19-22 Mar 2003
    Museums and the Web 2003

    27-30 Mar 2003
    NSTA National Convention

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