Construction of Buhl Planetarium, 1938 (via) 
On This Day in Pittsburgh History: October 24, 1939 
Buhl Planetarium, built at a cost of $1.1 million and containing a giant projector, was dedicated; 400 scientists were guests at the first sky show. [Historic Pittsburgh] 

Construction of Buhl Planetarium, 1938 (via

On This Day in Pittsburgh History: October 24, 1939 

Buhl Planetarium, built at a cost of $1.1 million and containing a giant projector, was dedicated; 400 scientists were guests at the first sky show. [Historic Pittsburgh

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    Today the Buhl building itself, now part of the Children’s Museum, is just about the only thing visible here that’s...
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    Let’s put this on our ‘Burg bucket list. I’m pretty sure I went here on a field trip as a kid, but I only vaguely...
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