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    Very sad news from London -- the closing of a planetarium.

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article...017210,00.html

    Mike Simmons

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    I'd lay odds that behind the door some $$$ ( pounds wise ) where crossing
    from one hand to another.

    I hope their film dies a horrored death.


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    "Mike Simmons" <mikes@nospam.mtwilson.edu> wrote in message
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    The Planetarium itself really closed several years ago when they took out
    the projector. They were running a 45 minute show for the last couple of
    years, but it was mainly "froth". Some pretty good visuals though, but
    little else. My five year old enjoyed it.




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    On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 09:48:11 -0000, "adm" <adm1@fastmail.fm> wrote:

    Not all bad news though, there is a nice planetarium at the Leicester
    Space Centre (UK), I believe Jodrell Bank Observatory still has one
    and a new digital planetarium has just opened in Birmingham at the
    Millenium Point to name just a few.

    Jim


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    "Jim Attfield" <jamesatattfielddotcodotuk@> wrote in message
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    Plus the South Downs Planetarium in Chichester, which I really must visit
    now I live in Surrey.



 

 

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