Miryang Arirang Astronomical Observatory (Korea)

Miryang Arirang Observatory is the most original observatory in South Korea. It provides the greatest experience and lots of knowledge about exoplanets and extraterrestrial life by star observations, planetarium shows, and exhibitions.

The Miryang Planetarium features a hybrid solution of the MEGASTAR-IIA opto-mechanical projection system and the SkyExplorer by RSA Cosmos with a single shared graphical user interface. Opto-mechanical planets are projected from behind the operators console.

It opened to public from 21st May, although it has been delayed because of COVID-19.



Facility name: Miryang Arirang Astronomical Observatory (Korea)
Location: 86, Miryangdaegongwon-ro, Gyeongsangnam-do, Miryang-si, Korea
Model: MEGASTAR-IIA (ES), auxiliary projector (5 planets)
Dome specification: 14m diameter, tilted dome
Capacity: 99 seats
Digital planetarium system: SkyExplorer by RSA Cosmos
System integrator: METASPACE (Korea)
Open for public: May, 2020 (delayed because of COVID-19)

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