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Anthonie Tonnon and Otago Museum present: A Synthesized Universe at the Perpetual Guardian Planetarium
The Perpetual Guardian Planetarium at Otago Museum will become the synthesized universe of songwriter and performer Anthonie Tonnon for a season of shows during the New Zealand International Science Festival in July.
December is shaping up to be an exciting and fun-filled finale to another great year at Otago Museum, and the New Year brings more cool happenings...
July is going to be a sense-ational month at the Otago Museum, with a calendar full of programmes and events to keep you and your family busy these school holidays.
NASA Astronaut Rex Walheim is on his way to the Otago Museum.
The planetarium doors open with a flourish.
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