8 Planetariums to explore in United States
Third largest and third most populous country in the world. Size-wise, it is almost as large as the continent of Europe.
Fleischmann's planetarium was built in 1963. It was the first planetarium in the United States to feature a 360-degree projector capable of providing horizon-to-horizon images and through time-lapse photography showing an entire day's weather in a few minutes. DAily a lot of peoples visits this place and is one of the major tourist spot of this locality.
Commands a view of the Los Angeles Basin, including Downtown Los Angeles to the southeast, Hollywood to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. The observatory offers a close view of the Hollywood Sign and an extensive array of space and science-related displays. Admission has been free since the observatory's opening in 1935.
This is an astronomy and culture education center located in Hilo, Hawaii. It features exhibits and shows dealing with Hawaiian culture and history, astronomy, and the overlap between the two. It also includes a 120-seat planetarium, which features a fulldome video projection system.
Also known as the Mount Lemmon Infrared Observatory, is an astronomical observatory located on Mount Lemmon in the Santa Catalina Mountains approximately 28 kilometers northeast of Tucson, Arizona . The site in the Coronado National Forest is used with special permission from the U.S. Forest Service by the University of Arizona's Steward Observatory, and contains a number of independently managed telescopes.
This is a leading space and science center which was located in the US state of Texas. The Johnson Space Center is the home of Mission Control and astronaut training. The center holds over 400 space artifacts, permanent and traveling exhibits, live shows and theaters dedicated to preserving the history of America's human spaceflight program. It has a number of significant artifact galleries.