Traducción de planetarium en Español:


planetario, n.

Pronunciación /ˌplanɪˈtɛːrɪəm//ˌplænəˈtɛriəm/


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    planetario masculino
    • Within the scheme of science education, planetariums are considered an important tool for exciting youngsters and the general public about the wonders of the universe.
    • Marsapalooza is the product of a unique partnership funded by NASA and the National Science Foundation, produced by Passport to Knowledge, and hosted by several museums, planetariums, science centers, and schools across the country.
    • Single fish-eye projectors that cover an entire dome now display digital skies in planetariums in many schools, science centers, and public libraries.
    • Anyone taking a trip to the local planetarium would have heard that the planets have 60 or so moons orbiting them on neat, nearly circular paths.
    • I told them we trust the museum will open in the spring of 2007 and that we hope to open the planetarium, lobby, and café in the middle of this year.
    • He announced to his wife that he was going to educate the public by building a planetarium in the back room of their house.
    • Between the star parties, parks, and planetariums, Hawaii offers more publicly accessible world-class astronomy per square mile than anywhere else on Earth.
    • Not only will it offer both an earth science museum and a planetarium (the Barlow Planetarium), but it also provides visitors with an opportunity to view a portion of the Barlow collection.
    • The QM2 boasts 24-hour casinos, the only planetarium at sea, and the Canyon Ranch SpaClub, where you can unwind from the day with an assortment of pampering treatments.
    • Shows at the temporary planetarium will allow visitors to explore the planets and moons of the solar system, take a journey into ancient Egypt to see how science was used to create calendars, and look at the search for life in outer space.
    • The observatory will be open to the public for the first time and the galleries will be located in the Victorian South Building, home of the old planetarium.
    • Further applications include use in planetariums and other virtual reality scenarios in the field of entertainment.
    • A Zeiss projector that was centrepiece of the Star Theatre for the planetarium's 27-year lifespan was purchased by York University, which currently has it disassembled in storage.
    • Although not terribly well known, the Observatorio Astronomico de Mallorca has a working planetarium and offers public skywatching using telescopes sufficiently powerful to study Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, Venus and Mercury.
    • The Royal Observatory at Greenwich is to be restored and opened to the public, with the addition of a new planetarium.
    • Over 150 people, including school and college students, turned up at the planetarium on Thursday evening to view the celestial bodies.
    • Cosmonova, at the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm, is made up of an Omnitheatre with both a modern planetarium and a 70 mm-wide cinema.
    • When she got a few minutes away from planning the wedding, she was trying to set up the summer program for the planetarium.
    • So, in the past eight years, under his direction, the Bangalore Association for Science Education at the planetarium has helped young students start out on scientific careers.
    • Cosmic Microwave Background: The New Cosmology and other elements of the AstroBulletin are made available to museums, science centers, planetariums, and other public spaces nationwide and around the world.