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Education, Museums, and Theaters

In the afternoon, thousands of school children parade into dozens of local planetariums across the nation to watch a 30-minute documentary on the spectacular eruption of a volcano in Guatemala that took place just six months ago. Fantastic footage from AstroVision, as well as video from planes flying near, leaves the children astonished. When they exit the planetarium’s theater, students examine live AstroVision coverage of Guatemala on the exhibit hall main screen.

There is also a three-dimensional “live Earth” exhibit set up by NASA’s education office as an additional service negotiated in an expanded part of that agency’s acquisition of scientific data from AstroVision, a continuation of a long-standing relationship.

Another documentary, that includes archived AstroVision coverage, is advertised at the entrance of co-located IMAX theaters.

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Disclaimer: This scenario is provided for the purpose of demonstrating the potential advantages of AstroVision’s product. The information is fictional and the agencies mentioned have not necessarily made an agreement to procure AstroVision's services.

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