Noble Planetarium Fort Worth

Museum of Science and History in Fort Worth

Museum of Science and History in Fort Worth. Photo: Rhonda Hole Photography

The Noble Planetarium in Fort Worth, Texas, forms part of the Museum of Science and History, originally founded by a group of female teachers as a museum for children. It offers many attractions such as permanent and changing exhibits, a Star Caf├ę to relax in, and the Noble Planetarium with interesting shows about the universe. After it was moved to a new complex of buildings, the museum reopened in 2009, with the planetarium now boasting a combined projection system comprising a SKYMASTER ZKP 4 and a powerdome┬«SPACEGATE, superseding the old Spitz A-3 projector.

Opening 2009
Model powerdome®SPACEGATE with SKYMASTER ZKP 4
Dome dia. 12.2 m (40 ft)
Seats 95
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