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Take a fascinating journey into our universe and explore the stars, planets, constellations and other galaxies in our night sky.
Most of the programs are fully computer controlled. Tellus Planetarium & Observatory - Take a seat, lean back and prepare for an incredible ride in the Tellus planetarium.
We welcome you to schedule a group of 20 or more people by calling. The digital projector will take you through our solar system to the edge of the galaxy and beyond. The 24-inch telescope at the University of Georgia will be open for public viewing once a month.
The building also contains a library/seminar room, 3 faculty offices, a darkroom, a student computer lab, and an observing plaza for astronomical viewing. Coca Cola Space Science Center - Meade Observatory & Omnisphere Theater Planetarium - The CCSSC in Columbus, GA is a division of Columbus State University (CSU).
The large dome atop the Observatory houses the 30-inch Lewis H. The Center Opened for the purpose of public education in space science, physics, and astronomy.
With high-speed, computer-calculated positioning, a simple click of a mouse sets the sky for any time in the past, present or future.
The seating capacity is 109 people under a 40-foot-diameter dome.
Consider this - no traffic jams, easy access, affordable accommodations, a relaxing retreat, modern facilities, and a slower pace. Travel about a 1/4 mile and the welcome center will be located on your right just past the Red Carpet Inn.
Various special effects can depict meteor showers, auroras, nebulae, alien atmospheres, and more! The effect is a realistic simulation of the night sky as seen from anywhere on the surface of the Earth.
With Internet connection, satellite TV hook-up, and laserdisc/DVD video capability, virtually any still or moving image can be projected onto the dome, from movies, to live NASA-TV, online streaming video or digital slideshow presentations. Planetarium shows for school groups or other organizations are available by reservation Monday through Friday, depending on class schedule during the semester.
The new system utilizes six Sky-Skan edge-blended video projectors with digital light processing (DLP) technology to cover the entire dome with full-color, high resolution video.