Tuesday, June 28, 2011

The Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College.

Tom Hooten (director of the Hudnall Planetarium) shared these images to show the progress of the new construction. Can't wait till it's open :)

Before (Hudnall Planetarium)

After ... and still in progress (CESSE)

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