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Turning the Hayden Planetarium Into a Giant Videogame 80

Posted by samzenpus
from the biggest-screen dept.
pigrabbitbear writes "Remember your first visit to the planetarium? Neil DeGrasse Tyson does — it was what inspired him to become an astrophysicist in the first place. That same planetarium, now under Tyson's direction, is currently undergoing a transformation the likes of which Neil's young self couldn't have possibly imagined: It's becoming a giant videogame."
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Turning the Hayden Planetarium Into a Giant Videogame

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  • Re:Neil Tyson (Score:5, Insightful)

    by K. S. Kyosuke (729550) on Wednesday January 25, 2012 @05:30PM (#38822591)

    No! We must never forget that he was the man who demoted Pluto. I liked Pluto.

    The year is A.D. MDXLV...

    Johann Albrecht Widmannstetter: Dude, Nicolaus Copernicus was awesome.

    Bartolomeo Spina: No! We must never forget that he was the man who demoted the Earth as the center of the Universe. I liked Earth as the center of the Universe!

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