Milton Keynes charity launches new inflatable mobile planetarium

    Milton Keynes charity UK Astronomy has created a brand new inflatable planetarium, allowing people to see the skies close up from the ground.

    MK-based charity UK Astronomy's new inflatable planetariums are designed to bring the wonders of the night sky to life and provide an immersive learning experience.

    This service allows users to bring the wonders of the night sky to any event.

    The inflatable planetarium is a large, self-contained dome that can quickly be set up in any indoor location, making them an ideal choice for schools, libraries, museums, festivals, and more.

    Inside, a powerful projector displays a stunningly realistic image of the night sky, with stars and constellations that can be seen in vivid detail.

    The Inflatable Planetarium Service is designed for people of all ages and backgrounds.

    The entire experience is designed to be engaging, entertaining, and educational.

    "The UK Astronomy inflatable planetarium service is a great way to bring the wonders of the night sky to those who may not have access to telescopes. It's a wonderful way to share the beauty of the stars with everyone. We hope that this experience helps to inspire a lifelong fascination in the night sky.” Ross Hockham BCAe, UK Astronomy Founder

    This work has been supported by funding from Arnold Clarke Community Fund, Buckinghamshire Council Community Boards, Foyle Foundation, Heart of Bucks, MK Community Foundation, Rothschild Foundation and William Harding Charity.

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