According to the BBC, a futuristic planetarium built as a part of the five year redevelopment of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, south London will be unveiled. The 45-tonne tilted bronze-clad cone with a truncated glass top will seat 120 people. The Peter Harrison planetarium also boasts a one of the most advanced digital laser projectors in the world. The redevelopment, which cost £16m, will be unveiled by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. The planetarium opens to the public on 25 May. For full article, click here.