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Planetarium


Planetarium is an optical mechanism placed in the middle of round room which has an 8 m width, the white hemisphere, showing the fake sky, is vaulting over the heads of a visitors. For the visitors interested in astronomy it shows the night sky with stars, planets, sun, moon, unusual phenomenon and the movements of the sky figures. The small Planetarium, type ZKP -II, made by Zeiss Jena has two projecting heads. These are in fact the two diaprojectors, each with 16 lenses, by which is showed the specific section of the sky. Individual pictures are overlapping and making perfect illusion of the sky full of stars. Two projecting heads are able to show the night sky from the northern and also the southern hemisphere.

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