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Hubble and its progeny send great images focused on distant bits of the galaxy and larger universe.
A planetarium has the ability to model the night sky and illustrate what can be seen on the earth with the naked eye at different points on the earth and at any time of the year. In some respects A planetarium teaches more about the earth’s place and movement than it does what is around it.
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My dad was perfectly happy to walk to the end of our suburban block each morning, catch a bus to the train station, and ride for 50 minutes into Grand Central Station in mid-town Manhattan. The Chrysler Building was adjacent; he could walk underground to the elevator lobby and rise to the 37th floor. He wore a hat and carried a brief case, in which might be secreted the latest issue of Mad Magazine. He might nap in the train on his way home; if he did he always woke before his stop. The city bus took him back to within half a block of home and hearth.