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Seeing stars

By stephanie - June 15, 2015
Learn about the night sky by catching a show at the Museum of Natural History’s Cormack Planetarium. Built in 1953, the planetarium has undergone a series of renovations and boasts a Zeiss star projector. The projector is computer-controlled, which allows the projector to show the sky and the motions of planets in great detail. In addition, several different shows geared toward family and general audiences are offered. Before and after the show, visitors can explore the museum’s exhibits, which are included with planetarium admission. When: Daily through Friday, Aug. 31, p.m. Where: Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, 1000 Elmwood Ave., Providence Additional Information: Admission: $3. Children younger than 4 not permitted in the planetarium. Shows last roughly 35 minutes. Tickets can be purchased at the museum. C all (401) 785-9457or visit the website. Website: providenceri.com

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