In "The Perfect Little Planet," a family from another star system explores ours in search of the best planet to put down roots. It's one of the kid-friendly programs on Saturdays at EKU's planetarium.
In "The Perfect Little Planet," a family from another star system explores ours in search of the best planet to put down roots. It's one of the kid-friendly programs on Saturdays at EKU's planetarium. Image provided
In "The Perfect Little Planet," a family from another star system explores ours in search of the best planet to put down roots. It's one of the kid-friendly programs on Saturdays at EKU's planetarium. Image provided

EKU planetarium receives updates; computer technology shows the universe beyond Earth

May 27, 2015 6:05 PM

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