Charles F. Hager Planetarium

San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94101

415- 338-1111

It opened in January 1973 and consists of a Spitz Space Systems 512 planetarium projector housed in a 26.5 ft (8.1 meter) dome.  The projection system in the planetarium is capable of showing 1,354 stars, the sun, moon, and planets. 

In addition, the facility has a panorama (360 deg.) projection system with an 80 scene capability plus numerous special effects projectors such as: rotating galaxy, aurora projectors, solar system projector (orrery), earth-globe projector, twin rear-screen projectors, meteor shower, evolving star, solar and lunar eclipse projector, satellite projector, 12 spot projectors, slew mirror systems, etc.

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