Liverpool Planetarium gets new equipment

From the Liverpool Echo:

“THE planetarium at Liverpool’s World Museum was given £110,000 worth of equipment after visiting projectionists discovered its kit was more than 40 years old. The attraction finally rocketed into the digital age when representatives from German optical manufacturer Zeiss realised it was still using one of the firm’s projectors – which was installed when the venue opened in 1970.”

“The planetarium closed on Wednesday for the revamp and will not reopen until January 30, when entry will remain free.”

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