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Explore the former planet of Pluto at the next Appold Planetarium program


When is a planet not a planet?  When it’s Pluto.


“What Happened to Pluto?” is the new program being presented by The Appold Planetarium at Lourdes College beginning Friday, Feb. 2, 2007 at 7:30 p.m.  The hour-long presentation will reveal how Pluto was discovered, why it was demoted, and what we call it now. 


Renovated in 2006, The Appold Planetarium at Lourdes College features state-of-the-art technology including SciDome, a fulldome digital video presentation system. 


Show dates, all Fridays, are February 2 and 16; March 2, 16, and 30; and April 13.  Admission for children under age 12, and for Lourdes College faculty, staff, and students with current college I.D., is $3.  For ages 12 and up, admission is $4.  All shows are at 7:30 p.m.  Reservations are required for “What Happened to Pluto?”  Contact Erika Buri, Planetarium Coordinator, at 419-517-8897 or [email protected] to make your reservation.


Located in Sylvania, Ohio, and rooted in the Franciscan tradition, Lourdes College is a private college that offers baccalaureate degree programs in Arts and Sciences, Nursing, and Professional Studies. 





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