Optical relics aplenty reside under one roof (parachute actually) at the Planetary Projector Museum in Southern California. Take a video tour.
The planetarium at New York's Museum of Natural History will play host to a giant space exploration game tomorrow night that starts with the birth of the universe.
Plush doubles as star show.
Flavorpill throws a party at the Rose Center for Earth and Space (News gallery teaser).
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Road Trip 2010: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman gets a behind-the-scenes look at the most complex planetarium show on Earth, and the complex astrovisualization that has been ten years in the making.
You have to cross milestones somewhere, and for CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman, making it to 2,000 miles of driving on Road Trip 2010 happened on a side street in Southington, Conn.
Space and science fiction illustrator Ron Miller has created magnificent images of how Earth's skies would appear if our planet had giant rings.