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Got plans for this evening? Cancel them now, and do everything you can to sneak into New York's Museum of Natural History. Because tonight, the museum's planetarium will play host to a 200-person space game, courtesy of Brooklyn's Babycastles arcade. It's all part of the museum's \"Cosmic Cocktails

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January 26, 2012 at 4:55AM
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-his one slipped pas- but i-'s wor-h a back-rack -o -he glory days of celes-ial ba-hing. No, no- Roman -imes, bu- -he firs- week of June, when Sega -oys in-roduced i-s Homes-ar Plane-arium Spa Edi-ion -o -he rubby-ducky infes-ed wa-ers of -he home ba-h. -he wa-erproof orb projec-s -he nigh- sky on-

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We've seen some far-out personal astronomy devices, but this mechanical \"planetarium\" from Richard Mille is also one of the most intricate pieces of clockwork we've ever come across. The model, which took 10 years to develop, displays the time, date, signs of the zodiac, phases of the moon, and rel

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We could think of quite a few things we'd rather be doing than gazing at stars projected on the ceilings of the Engadget HQ, but if your social life hasn't reached that higher plane, or perhaps has so far exceeded ours that planetariums are the hip new thing for your crowd, then by all means run ou

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