A newly renovated planetarium will soon be unveiled at Booker T. Washington. The facility, the first of its kind in a Miami-Dade school, will be the centerpiece for the school’s new astronomy magnet program that will begin in August. The planetarium has been in existence for 25 years, but until recently has been used as a storage unit. Shown is the old project that has been replaced with newer technology.
A newly renovated planetarium will soon be unveiled at Booker T. Washington. The facility, the first of its kind in a Miami-Dade school, will be the centerpiece for the school’s new astronomy magnet program that will begin in August. The planetarium has been in existence for 25 years, but until recently has been used as a storage unit. Shown is the old project that has been replaced with newer technology. Matias J. Ocner Miami Herald Staff
A newly renovated planetarium will soon be unveiled at Booker T. Washington. The facility, the first of its kind in a Miami-Dade school, will be the centerpiece for the school’s new astronomy magnet program that will begin in August. The planetarium has been in existence for 25 years, but until recently has been used as a storage unit. Shown is the old project that has been replaced with newer technology. Matias J. Ocner Miami Herald Staff

Booker T. Washington on the verge of unveiling state-of-the-art planetarium

January 09, 2015 06:18 PM

UPDATED January 09, 2015 08:13 PM

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