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Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Planetarium


SOUTH AFRICA , , CAPE TOWN
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Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa
Iziko Museums of South Africa


Type: Museum
Opened in 1958

Address: 25 Queen Victoria Street (PO Box 61) - Cape Town 8000
Country: SOUTH AFRICA
Email: info@iziko.org.za
Phone: +27 (0)21 481 3800

Website: https://www.iziko.org.za/museums/planetarium
Website 2: https://museumsonline.co.za/view.asp?pg=museums&pgopt=item&ItemID=380
     
           

Team
Tom Jarrett, Dr Sally Macfarlane,







140 seats









Tilt

Dome of  15.2m




Technical
Digital system Sky-Skan : SkyVision 8K
Software: DS Dark Matter
Video system Sony : VPL-GTZ280
Video Lens: 4+2
Meridian resolution 6.0 K
Stereoscopic 3D
Cove light: Definiti Cove EX Led
Dome: Atro-Tec

Facilities
Other: SkyVision GaiaSphere, 2m dome rear projection Earth (Norxe P1 projector fisheye with Dark Matter and Kiosk)

Operation
Frequenting: 60000 people per year

History
- 1958: opening
- 1987: moved at Museum: 15.2m/140s/Minolta MS-15
- July 2016: closed for great renovation
- May 27, 2017: reopening 8K ($2 millions), seats, Minolta dismantled, dome,

Last major evolution: 2017: digital

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Latitude: 33°55'42" S  -  Longitude: 18°24'53" E  -  Altitude: 25m

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last update: 04/22/2024

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