Copernicus Science Centre (Poland)

The new Copernicus Science Center is a lighthouse in Poland and one of the most advanced science museums in Europe. The Planetarium features the most advanced trends in the planetarium industry. The theater features 3D shows, real time shows, full dome shows, laser shows and star shows with the optical system MEGASTAR-IIA (ES). MEGASTAR-IIA (ES) system features 5 optical planets, sun and moon projectors, and is the first starball in the world to apply the solid state electronic shutter enabling it to mask any region on the dome.


Facility name: Copernicus Science Centre (Poland)
Location: Wybrzeze Kosciuszkowskie 20, Warsaw, Poland
Model: MEGASTAR-IIA (ES), auxiliary projectors (Sun, Moon, 5 planets)
Dome specification: 16m diameter, tilted dome
Open for public: June, 2011

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