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  • Matthew Linke
    Hi, I want to be well-prepared for the discussions ahead, and I would appreciate the following: If you are a University or College planetarium,
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 12, 2013
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      Hi,

      I want to be well-prepared for the discussions ahead, and I would
      appreciate the following: If you are a University or College planetarium,
      opto-mechanical or digital, I would really like to hear a short description
      of your installation. In a lecture hall, in a classroom, standard install,
      and anything else you can tell me, that would be great. I know a few of
      you.

      Regards,

      Matt Linke
      U-M Museum of Natural History Planetarium


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      Matthew Linke
      Planetarium Director
      University of Michigan Museum of Natural History Planetarium
      Room 4508 Museums
      1109 Geddes Ave.
      Ann Arbor, MI 48109
      734-647-1381 (voice)
      734-647-2767 (fax)
      www.ummnh.org
    • Patricia Reiff
      Rice University has a 5m Discovery Dome set up in a lab space. Ready to inflate and be ready to go in 10 minutes. It is used on campus for education for
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 13, 2013
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        Rice University has a 5m Discovery Dome set up in a lab space. Ready to inflate and be ready to go in 10 minutes.
        It is used on campus for education for astronomy classes, courses for teachers, astronomy "open houses" , visiting prospective students, and special events. it will be used this Friday, for example, in support of our Astronomy Open House.

        A second Discovery Dome is "on the road" for outreach - reached over 13,000 in 2012 in 25 events around the world, including aboard ship for the solar eclipse in Australia.


        On Feb 12, 2013, at 9:52 PM, Matthew Linke wrote:

        I want to be well-prepared for the discussions ahead, and I would
        appreciate the following: If you are a University or College planetarium,
        opto-mechanical or digital, I would really like to hear a short description
        of your installation. In a lecture hall, in a classroom, standard install,
        and anything else you can tell me, that would be great. I know a few of
        you.

        Regards,

        Matt Linke
        U-M Museum of Natural History Planetarium
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