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The planetarium first opened its doors in December 1961. Optimism about space exploration inspired the mid-century modern era’s “space age” design and increased interest in the skies. In Hawai’i, the stars hold a special significance as celestial navigation was used by Polynesian voyagers to travel the oceans. With the planetarium’s upcoming 60th anniversary, this design honors its past and celebrates its future.
Poster is 11"x17" and is quality color printed on 80lb matte stock. Print is custom designed by artist Scott Sugiuchi for Mid-Century Aloha and ships in a protected mailing tube via USPS mail.