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K. Kobus ; Adler Planetarium & Astron. Museum, Chicago, IL, USA

Computers and network technology could revolutionize how museums display information about space science discoveries. Visualization stations are the core of the programmable gallery. Each of these stations consists of a large graphics display and computer, and a smaller text display and computer

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IT Professional  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 1 )